Match corresponding to the 10th day of the qualifying phase for the 2020 Eurocup in group F, in which the selections of Sweden and Faroe Islands will meet in the Friends Arena. A winter day with 7ºC temperatures, possible rains and some breeze is expected for Monday in Stockholm.
Sweden has already signed his pass for the 2020 Eurocup by securing 2nd place in this group F after defeating Romania at home by 0 goals to 2, the work of Marcus Berg and Robin Quaison. The Scandinavian team concludes its qualification phase in which practically all the league has passed being 2nd in the group after Spain, which ends in its natural position in the group.
The best up was Robin Quaison, who has played all 9 games and scored 5 goals.
Now Sweden can take the game as a training in order to test players or systems, or simply celebrate with the fans the meritorious move to the Euro.
Faroe Islands :
Faroe Islands will terminate its participation in the qualification phase for the European Championship with this match that is pure proceeding for the Faroese team. Of the trajectory of the Faroe Islands in Group F, only the victory against Malta stands out, having resulted in the rest of the games being defeated. It has been the team that has scored the most goals with 27, which averages 3 goals per game against. In attack they have only scored 4 times, 2 to Malta, 1 to Romania and another to Spain.
The Faroese team has been alternating in the last and penultimate position with Malta, and they will be the places that both teams occupy.
Faroe Islands does not know what it is to participate in a final phase of a great tournament and it is normal, since this small territory of northern Europe barely reaches 50,000 inhabitants.