Sweden take on Romania in Euro 2020 qualifying today and can take all three points in what could be a high-scoring affair, while Caroline Garcia can progress in the Miami Open without dropping a set.
Sweden have just one win in their last five home games but can get their Euro 2020 qualification campaign off to a good start by beating visitors Romania.
The Swedes reached the quarter-finals at the World Cup last summer and tend to up their game when it comes to competitive football, having cone through the qualification campaign for the 2018 World Cup unbeaten at home.
Romania have scored in each of their last five away games and can make this competitive by grabbing a goal, but Sweden should still be strong enough to get the victory.
Garcia picked up an impressive 2-0 win over former world number one Victoria Azarenka in the last round in the Miami Open and can back it up with another straight-sets victory over Julia Goerges.
World number 21 Garcia is six places below Goerges in the WTA rankings although she has won both of her previous meetings with the German and heads into this clash in good form, with four wins in her last six games.
Goerges has struggled of late, with just two wins in her last five, and wasn’t particularly convincing in the last round against Magdalena Rybarikova despite winning 2-0.