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              Sweden vs. Belgium Prediction, Tips & Stats

              For our Sweden vs. Belgium prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.

              We have an intriguing EURO 2024 qualifying match on Friday night as Sweden host Belgium in Group F.

              Sweden are coming into this game off the back of a disappointing World Cup qualifying campaign having lost to Poland in the play-off round.

              They are, though, in decent form right now as they enter this game having won their last four games on the bounce.

              However, they followed up their unsuccessful World Cup qualifying campaign with an even more underwhelming Nations League campaign where they won one, drew one and lost four of their six games in a group containing Norway, Serbia and Slovenia.

              Sweden have some good players on paper - the likes of Dejan Kulusevski, Alexander Isak and Anthony Elanga - but their trajectory seems to be somewhat concerning at present.

              They can at least take confidence from the fact they won all five of their World Cup qualifiers on home soil, including against Spain, so their record on home soil is fairly encouraging.

              They'll likely compete with Austria for 2nd spot in this group and if successful would qualify automatically for the EUROs. As far as this game is concerned it's their most difficult on paper so don't expect them to take three points here.

              Belgium are coming into this game hoping to get back on track after a dismal World Cup campaign that saw them eliminated in the group stage from a group containing Morocco, Croatia and Canada.

              As such, manager Roberto Martinez was removed from his post and since then former RB Leipzig manager Domenico Todesco has taken up the role.

              Todesco seems, on paper, like a savvy appointment by the Belgians having had some impressive stints at club level, particularly at Spartak Moscow.

              They enter this game on poor form having won just one game at the World Cup, a 1-0 win vs. Canada.

              Todesco is ushering in a new era at Belgium, with the likes of Eden Hazard, Axel Witsel and Toby Alderweireld no longer in the picture and teenagers such as Zeno Debast, Romeo Lavia and Johan Bakayoko now involved.

              How this will come to bare fruits remains to be seen, but no doubt a freshen up was needed and this new era of Belgian football could be an exciting one.

              This could be Belgium's toughest game of the group stage given Sweden's strength on home soil but having won their last three on the bounce over the Swedes they can be confident of a win here.

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