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Stalemate for Sweden and Denmark

Stalemate for Sweden and Denmark


Sweden take on Denmark in a World Cup warm-up match at the Friends Arena in Stockholm later [18:45 BST] in what could be a close affair.

Draw at 11/5.

The Swedes claimed a 1-0 win when these two sides met in a friendly back in January but Denmark may be able to get a result tonight.

Both sides are gearing up for the main event in Russia and this fixture may not be played with the same kind of intensity in different circumstances.

Sweden have only won once in four attempts since downing Italy in their play-off, while their fellow Scandinavians head into the clash off the back of an impressive draw with Chile.

The two respective coaches may opt to tinker with their line-ups and try out as many different ideas and players as possible as they prepare for the World Cup, and that could well result in a draw in Stockholm.

The games between Sweden and Denmark are generally fairly low scoring affairs and only twice in the last seven meetings have there been over 2.5 goals. With that in mind a 1-1 exact score bet at 19/4 also appeals.

Juan Martin del Potro to beat Albert Ramos 3-0 at 5/4.

Juan Martin del Potro has played down his chances of landing the French Open title but he looks to be in solid form after an injury scare at the Rome Masters. The Argentine takes on Spain’s Albert Ramos in the third round today and he should be able to come through without dropping a set.

Ramos is yet to drop a set in France but he hasn’t faced anyone of Del Potro’s quality yet and when he has taken on top level players recently he’s struggled to make an impact, having lost 2-0 to Novak Djokovic in Rome.


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