Sweden v South Korea
Sweden v South Korea Odds
We've highlighted which sportsbooks offer best odds for an Sweden win (H), a win for South Korea (A), or the match being drawn (D). Compare odds from more sportsbooks in the table below.
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Sweden will shortly kick off their World Cup campaign for this year, when they take on South Korea at The Nizhny Novgorod Stadium on the 18th of June...
Sportsbooks offer Sweden as the favourite to win this Group F fixture, and Janne Andersson’s team are more than capable of claiming an opening match victory against South Korea.
Sweden and South Korea have only met on 3 occasions.
Sweden won the first match, but the 2 subsequent fixtures have ended in draws and this result wouldn’t be a far-fetched outcome when the two teams meet.
Whoever wins will still have a difficult time progressing to the next stage of the competition, especially with World Cup experts Germany, and Mexico in their qualifying group.
It’s hard to tell how far Sweden will go in this years World Cup, after their average qualifying campaign, and the fact that they recently lost to Romania (0-1) and Chile (1-2).
They look like a much more promising team than we have seen come out of Sweden in a while, but if their recent form is anything to go on, they could struggle in the competition.
South Korea shouldn’t prove too difficult to beat, and a victory would give them the edge heading into their matches against reigning champions Germany and Mexico.
If Sweden do win, and they can also beat Mexico, who sportsbooks offer similar odds on, they may just progress to the Round on 16 of this World Cup.
Andersson’s squad are definitely one of the teams to watch in the World Cup, with a young and fast attack packed full of decent players, who knows how far they will go.
South Korea’s qualification for the World Cup wasn’t impressive by any means, and they also lost both of their March pre-competition friendlies to Poland (2-3) and Northern Ireland (1-2).
Confidence isn’t high in the South Korea camp, and Shin Tae-Yong is likely going to find it hard not to finish at the bottom of a group that also contains Germany and Mexico.
If Sweden do beat them, it could spell disaster for South Korea as their chances of beating tournament favourites Germany, and a strong Mexican side are low.
You won’t find sportsbooks offering South Korea as one of the top contenders, but if they can beat Sweden in this match, they may still be in with a chance of progressing.