Malta vs Sweden Live

Malta vs Sweden Live: Sweden vs Malta Live Stream, UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying Game 2019 Watch Online, TV Channel, Times UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying continues during the international break. Here is a look at some of the world-class soccer you can watch while the club season is on hold. Numerous nations are assured of at least a playoff thanks to their performance in the UEFA Nations League, while others need better results into the second half of qualifying.

How to Watch Euro 2020 Qualifying
Match Team: Sweden vs Malta
Date: Thurs. Oct. 12 – Tues. Oct 15
TV Channel: TUDN
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)

France, who plays Iceland Thursday afternoon, is in a tight race for one of the top two qualifying spots in Group H. The team’s 15 points through six matches is only good enough for second, as Turkey has the group lead through tiebreakers. Iceland is only three points behind Les Bleu and could throw a wrench into their plans of following up a World Cup triumph with a European championship. This match will have huge implications on the final group results.

Group D is wide open at the top with Denmark and Switzerland battling the Republic of Malta for the two qualification spots. The Irish have a two-point lead at the top, with Denmark sitting in second. However, Switzerland is only one point behind in third and have an extra game to play. A win over the Danes for Switzerland Saturday afternoon in this one could very well seal their fate heading into the summer.La Roja is cruising in qualifying so far. They’ve opened up a seven-point gap atop Group F with a perfect 18 points out of a possible 18. Sweden will attempt to ruin Malta’s perfect run Saturday afternoon and gain ground in the group. Sweden is in fourth place with eight points.

The Germans find themselves atop Group C despite a loss to the Dutch in their last game. An up and down run of form since last summer’s World Cup has Jogi Loew’s side in a state of flux. However, a win against Estonia on Sunday afternoon should be nothing more than a formality. What’s more important for this Germany squad is finding the right mix of players to succeed in the long-term.Saturday, Oct. 12:

9:00 a.m. ET – Sweden vs. Malta (TUDN)
Noon ET – Denmark vs. Switzerland (TUDN)
2:30 p.m. ET – Sweden vs. Malta (TUDN)
2:30 p.m. ET – Italy vs. Greece (TUDNxtra 1)

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