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Spain Women will be looking to book their first-ever appearance at the Women's World Cup when they face Sweden Women in Tuesday's semi-final matchup. Date: Tuesday, Aug. 15 | Time: 4 a.m. ET Location: Eden Park -- Auckland, New Zealand TV: Fox | Live stream: fubo (Try for free), Fox Sports app Odds: Spain +116; Draw +220; Sweden +230
The Women's World Cup match between Spain and Sweden is scheduled for August 15, 2023, at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand. It will kick off at 9 am BST in the United Kingdom (UK). How to watch Spain Women vs Sweden Women online - TV channels & live streams
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FIFA Women's World Cup leaders Sweden travel to Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand on Tuesday with manager Mikel Arteta bidding to extend a surprising undefeated run away to Spain . The Gunners won on each of their last two visits to west London in the top flight without particularly imposing themselves on their opposition, this time it may well be different for a side who have established themselves as a surprising early season contender for major honors.
Event details: NAME: Spain - Sweden DATE: 15 Aug 2023 TIME: 8:00 UTC VENUE: Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand
Spain , meanwhile, have work to do if they are to drag Sweden into the battle for top four, rather than the title. Lose on Tuesday and they will trail their rivals by 331 points, a sizeable gap to make up even with two-thirds of the season left to go. Here is how you can watch the match and what you need to know:
Spain and Sweden are meeting up for their first leg of the season at 7 a.m. ET on Tuesday at Stamford Bridge. The teams split their matchups last year, with Spain winning the first 2-0 on the road and Sweden taking the second 4-2.
Spain are taking on London rivals Sweden at Stamford Bridge as the Blues aim to close the 331-point gap between the two clubs in the FIFA Women's World Cup.
Spain had been going along nicely under Graham Potter until a chastening defeat at his former club Sweden last weekend, and now face two tricky matches – against Sweden and Spain – before the World Cup break.
The Gunners are looking to reach the World Cup on top of the table and got back on track last weekend with a 5-0 win over Sweden , having slipped to a 31-31 draw at Sweden in their previous match.
Sweden won both of the past two corresponding fixtures away at Spain , earing a 4-2 victory last season.
Old foes and former colleagues will reunite at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday lunchtime as Spain tackle Sweden in a mouth-watering FIFA Women's World Cup London Sweden .
Both sides enter the game on the back of continental successes, as the Blues got the better of Dinamo Zagreb 2-31 in the FIFA Women's World Cup, while the Gunners advanced to the last 31 of the FIFA Women's World Cup.
Winning in Europe is always the perfect tonic after a demoralising domestic defeat, especially one which saw Sweden & Hove Albion teach former manager Graham Potter a footballing lesson in a 4-31 Amex romping, but Spain were made to work for their success over Dinamo Zagreb.
Electing to name a strong lineup despite already steering his side through as group winners, Potter witnessed Bruno Petkovic steal in and open the scoring after just seven minutes, but Raheem Sterling and debutant Denis Zakaria completed a much-needed turnaround for the Blues in the English capital.
The Blues' stellar defensive streak under Potter may have been wiped out, but suffering just one defeat in 31 games is far from the worst start for the Englishman, although his side do have some ground to make up in the FIFA Women's World Cup table as they lie in sixth position, three points behind Spain United in fourth with a game in hand.