Germany vs Sweden, Women’s World Cup 2019, Quarter-Final: Prediction, Odds, Live stream, TV channel, Kick-off time and Pick

Germany and Sweden will fight for a spot in the 2019 Women’s World Cup semifinals rounds when they meet on Saturday in the quarterfinal round. Germany thumped out Nigeria in the round of 16, while Sweden beat Canada, with both of these teams recording shutouts. Germany has made the semifinals in every Women’s World Cup and is the strong favorite to do it again here against a Swedish side that at times has struggled in attack.

What time is kick-off and Location?

THIS quarter-last conflict is set for Saturday, June 29.

Kick-off is at 5.30pm BST.

Location: Roazhon Park – Rennes, france

In the build-up to the tournament these sides played a warm-up friendly which the Germans won 2-1.

Which TV channel can I watch it on?

YOU can get this game live and free on BBC ONE.

Coverage will begin at 5.15pm.

The majority of this present summer’s World Cup is being broadcast by the BBC, with live streaming available on the BBC iPlayer.


Germany -1/2 (-145) | Sweden +1/2 (+125) | O/U: 2

Germany vs Sweden

Germany: The Germans are the main team has hasn’t surrendered an goal in this competition. Truth be told, when considering the team last amicable, before the cup, it’s been five recreations without getting goal and 471 minutes, returning to April 9 against Japan. With Sweden scoring one goal in its last two games, Germany needs to like one more cleansheet.

Sweden: The last third play needs to improve. Five shots on goal in the last two amusements just won’t cut it. Against a German team that holds its shape well, Sweden is going to need to discover another approach to make. Getting behind them with long balls is tricky, as is beating them on set pieces. Expect Sweden to play more compact and try to work quick passes into space to take their shots.


While Sweden have the potential to take the game to extra-time, it’s difficult to see a past a win for Germany, who should edge past their opponents. Germany 2-1 Sweden.