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AGE CAPS GLS DOMESTIC CLUB
Jonas Lossl (G) 29 1 -   GermanyMainz
Frederik Ronnow (G) 25 6 -   DenmarkBrondby
Kasper Schmeichel (G) 31 34 -   EnglandLeicester
Andreas Christensen (D) 22 14 1   EnglandChelsea
Henrik Dalsgaard (D) 28 10 -   EnglandBrentford
Mathias Jorgensen (D) 28 12 -   EnglandHuddersfield
Simon Kjaer (D) 29 77 3   SpainSevilla
Jonas Knudsen (D) 25 3 -   EnglandIpswich
Jens Stryger Larsen (D) 27 12 1   ItalyUdinese
Jannik Vestergaard (D) 25 16 1   GermanyMgladbach
Thomas Delaney (M) 26 26 4   GermanyW Bremen
Christian Eriksen (M) 26 77 21   EnglandTottenham
Michael Krohn-Dehli (M) 35 58 6   SpainDeportivo
William Kvist (M) 33 79 2   DenmarkFC Copenhagen
Lukas Lerager (M) 24 3 -   FranceBordeaux
Lasse Schone (M) 32 35 3   NetherlandsAjax
Martin Braithwaite (F) 27 19 1   EnglandMiddlesbro
Andreas Cornelius (F) 25 18 4   ItalyAtalanta
Kasper Dolberg (F) 20 5 1   NetherlandsAjax
Viktor Fischer (F) 24 18 3   DenmarkFC Copenhagen
Nicolai Jorgensen (F) 27 30 8   NetherlandsFeyenoord
Yussuf Poulsen (F) 24 27 3   GermanyRB Leipzig
Pione Sisto (F) 23 13 1   SpainCelta Vigo
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Match in Focus

13:00 TODAY 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.