Sweden vs Turkey Free Betting Tips 10/09

Sweden vs Turkey Betting Tips


The victory of the Russians in Turkey puts pressure on the Swedes, who did not perform well nor result in their friendly preparations for the League of Nations debut. On Thursday, September 6, they took 2 to 0 of Austria. The goals were scored by Helander (counter) in the 11 minutes of the first half, and Alaba, 19 minutes from the final stage.
In this type of game, however, the score is the least important. The performance numbers, however, are even more disappointing than the scoreboard. The Swedes had 44% possession and tried only five finals – half compared to the home owners. The only positive aspect was the degree of efficiency. Three of them (60%) went in the right direction. However, goalkeeper Lindner did well. The same did not occur to Nordfeldt, who was ‘betrayed’ even by one of his companions.
Although this analysis is necessary it is necessary to relativize its importance since the technician Janne Andersson has chosen to give opportunities to athletes that are not used frequently. This meant leaving the bench players who are fundamental to the team, for example, Marcus Berg.
You certainly will not repeat that formula in a competitive game. To face Turkey will certainly put the best on the field. The players called for the match were:
Goalkeepers: Karl-Johan Johnsson (EA Guingamp, France), Kristoffer Nordfeldt (Swansea City AFC, England), Robin Olsen (AS Roma, Italy)
Defense: Ludwig Augustinsson (SV Bremen, Germany), Andreas Granqvist (Helsingborg), Filip Helander (Bologna FC, Italy), Jansson Point (Leeds United FC), Emile Krafth (SC Amiens, France), Mikael Lustig FC, Spain), Victor Nilsson Lindelöf (Manchester United FC, England), Niklas Hult (AEK, Greece)
Arsenal FC (FC Crotone, Italy), Sam Larsson (Feyenoord, Netherlands), Albin Ekdal (Sampdoria), Oscar Hiljemark (Genoa CFC) , Ken Seman (Watford FC, England) Gustav Svensson (Seattle Sounders FC, United States)
Attackers: Marcus Berg (Al-Ain FC, United Arab Emirates), Viktor Claesson (FC Krasnodar, Russia), John Guidetti (Deportivo Alaves, Spain), Robin Quaison (1. FSV Mainz 05, Germany), Isaac Kies Thelin Leverkusen 04, Germany)


Too much ball possession and few options on what to do with it. That was what Turkey showed in their opening match in the League of Nations. In the game against the Russians, the Turks had the ball for 61% of the time. However, they tried fewer finals than their rivals (11 vs. 12). They even hit more shots on the target (six to four). But with Cheryshev in the 13th minute of the first half and Dzyuba in the fourth of the second, the visitors managed to put the ball in the net, while the constituents only managed to pour the rival goalkeeper with Aziz in the 41st minute of the start.
The defeat put an undefeated series of five games (three draws and two wins) that the Turks had established in the friendly since March and made the country a strong candidate for relegation to League B of the League of Nations.
Playing at home, Romanian coach Mircea Lucescu started the match with a strong defensive scheme. He put two flyers to protect the defensive line of four defenders. He reinforced the pack with three midfielders and used only one striker. Out of his domain, he should not take a more daring stance, even in need of victory.
For the confrontation he has at his disposal the following athletes:
Goalkeepers: Gökhan Akkan (Çaykur Rizespor A.Ş.), Serkan Kırıntılı (Atiker Konyaspor) and Sinan Bolat (Royal Antwerp FC, Belgium);
Defenders: Mehmet Zeki Çelik (LOSC Lille, France), Şener Özbayraklı (Fenerbahçe A.Ş.), Çağlar Söyüncü (Leicester City FC, England), Ertuğrul Ersoy (Bursaspor), Kaan Ayhan (Fortuna Düsseldorf, Germany), Mert Müldür SK Rapid Wien, Austria), Serdar Aziz (Galatasaray A.Ş.), Hasan Ali Kaldırım (Fenerbahçe A.Ş.) and Ömer Bayram (Galatasaray A.Ş.);
Socks: Cengiz Ünder (AS Rome, Italy), Yusuf Yazıcı (Trabzonspor A.Ş.), Serdar Gürler (SD Huesca, Spain), Emre Akbaba (Galatasaray A.Ş.), Oğuzhan Özyakup (Beşiktaş A.Ş.) Mahkut Tekdemir (Medipol Başakşehir FK), Mehmet Topal (Fenerbahçe A.Ş.), Okay Yokuşlu (RC Celta de Vigo, Spain), Tarkan Serbest (Kasımpaşa A.Ş.), Berkay Özcan (VfB Stuttgart, Spain), Hakan Çalhanoğlu (AC Milan, Italy) and Yunus Mallı (VfL Wolfsburg, Aleamanha);
Attacking players: Cenk Tosun (Everton FC, England) and Enes Ünal (Real Valladolid CF, Spain).
History of the matches Sweden vs Turkey
Turkey have won four of their 10 matches against Sweden. The Swedes have won twice and draws have been recorded on four occasions. The most recent meeting was in 2016. The friendly ended with a 2-1 Turkish win.

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Despite a numerous defensive system, Turkey showed little ability to insure a Russia that was not even very offensive. In the face of a Sweden that will have to be more daring, the prospects are not the best. So the prognosis in the success of the owners of the house is the most appropriate option for this Monday’s showdown.

Bet Tips: Sweden

Odds: 2.15


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