Sweden Women's recent form has been unpredictable to say the least. In their last ten games, Blagult have managed four wins, four defeats and two draws in their last ten games and they didn't perform anywhere near their best in the first of their two friendlies in this short tour of Spain as they went down 1-2 to fellow Scandinavians Norway last Thursday.
In front of their own supporters Pia Sundhage's charges have managed a few decent victories of late including a 7-0 mauling of Iran and a 2-1 victory over Slovakia. On the road is where they've struggled of late including on neutral grounds like in this Tuesday afternoon clash. You can back them for a victory at odds of 7/4 with BetVictor
England Women's long-running unbeaten streak came to an end against Norway on Sunday afternoon in La Manga. Prior to that 0-1 defeat against Martin Sjogren's side had gone ten games without tasting defeat in an excellent run that had included two 7-0 wins over Serbia in the UEFA Women's Championship and further victories over the likes of Spain and the Netherlands.
Next month Mark Sampson's side will take on the tough challenge of the SheBelieves Cup as they face heavyweights of the Women's game in France, Germany and the USA. After that defeat last week, the Lionesses need a confidence boosting win ahead of that tournament and they're slight favourites to get it at odds of 11/8 with William Hill
With little riding on this game, we can see a bore draw being played out at the Pinatar Arena Football Centre. The Lionesses are arguably the better side on paper, but Sweden have had slightly more rest time following their last game and England's confidence will have been affected by that draw with Norway. The draw is priced at 9/4 with Sky Bet