Sweden is already assured of a place in the eighth finals and Poland can still place in the last sixteen with a victory in Saint Petersburg.
Spain will continue on their own in the tournament with a win over Slovakia, which itself needs a draw to remain active at the European Championship. The match in Seville is led by the arbitration team of referee Björn Kuipers.
Slovakia – Spain
National coach Luis Enrique of Spain has kicked his team against the Slovaks. Sergio Busquets, who missed the first 2 group matches due to corona, is in the base. César Azpilicueta, Eric Garcia and Pablo Sarabia are also participating from the start. Dani Olmo, Marcos Llorente, Pau Torres and Rodri are now on the bench.
National coach Luis Enrique said earlier this week that he does not intend to resign if Spain is already eliminated in the group stage.
Slovakia’s team has changed in two places compared to the team that started in the lost game against Sweden (0-1). Lukas Haraslin and Jakub Hromada can show it from the kick-off in Seville. Slovakia needs a draw to stay in the tournament.
Follow the game between Spain and Slovakia from 6 p.m. with the goalscorers, standings and extensive statistics
Sweden – Poland
Sweden starts against Poland with attacker Robin Quaison instead of Marcus Berg in the starting grid.
Quaison, player of FSV Mainz, is in the attack next to former Willem II player Alexander Isak. Berg, former player of FC Groningen and PSV, starts the match on the bench. For the rest, national coach Janne Andersson left the starting line-up the same as in the 1-0 win against Slovakia.
Grzegorz Krychowiak returns to Poland’s lineup. The midfielder had to leave the field after his second yellow card in the 2-1 loss against Slovakia and was suspended against Spain. He replaces Jakub Moder, who is suffering from a knee injury.
National coach Paulo Souza also sends the same players into the field as in the draw against Spain. Captain Robert Lewandowski is supported in the front by Piotr Zielinski and Karol Swiderski.
Follow the game between Sweden and Poland from 6 p.m. with the goalscorers, standings and extensive statistics
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