Current Squad

AGE CAPS GLS DOMESTIC CLUB
1 Cedric Mensah (G) 29 15 -   N/A
16 Kossi Agassa (G) 39 67 -   N/A
23 Baba Tchagouni (G) 27 21 -   N/A
3 Hakim Ouro-Sama (D) 20 3 -   N/A
5 Serge Akakpo (D) 30 60 2   N/A
6 Gafarou Mamah (D) 32 84 -   N/A
9 Vincent Bossou (D) 32 27 1   N/A
11 Maklibe Kouloum (D) 30 6 -   N/A
13 Sadat Ouro-Akoriko (D) 30 36 1   N/A
21 Dakonam Djene (D) 26 31 -   N/A
2 Franck Atsou (M) 39 4 -   N/A
7 Mathieu Dossevi (M) 30 15 2   N/A
14 Kossi Segbefia (M) 27 26 -   N/A
15 Alaixis Romao (M) 34 65 -   N/A
18 Atakora Lalawele (M) 27 26 2   N/A
20 Henri Eninful (M) 25 9 -   N/A
22 Ihlas Bebou (M) 24 6 -   N/A
4 Emmanuel Adebayor (F) 34 73 30   N/A
8 Komlan Agbegniadan (F) 27 7 3   N/A
10 Floyd Ayite (F) 29 32 8   N/A
12 Razak Boukari (F) 31 16 1   N/A
17 Serge Gakpe (F) 31 44 4   N/A
19 Kodjo Fo-Doh Laba (F) 26 7 4   N/A
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Match in Focus

13:00 Mo 18Jun ITV

Sweden v South Korea

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Sweden have won only two World Cup matches since reaching the semi-finals in 1994
Expert verdict
Neither team comes into the tournament in great nick and it could be worth taking a chance on a minor World Cup upset with South Korea a little bit of value against Sweden. South Korea possess the best attacker on the pitch in Heung-Min Son, while Sweden tend to be a team who struggle when asked to force the issue as favourites.