Sweden vs Poland Live Score and Live Stream

Live Coverage

Sweden played Poland at the Group E of Euro-2020 on June 23. The match kicked off 16:00 UTC. Sweden won 3-2.

Emil Forsberg scored the first goal on the 2nd minute of the game followed by goals from Robert Lewandowski and Viktor Claesson. Forsberg later scored 1 more. 3-2 is the final score.

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We are updating team formations and line-ups for Sweden - Poland in real time.

Sweden kicked off the game with Robin Olsen, Ludwig Augustinsson, Marcus Danielson, Victor Lindelof, Mikael Lustig who got substituted by Emil Krafth on the 68th minute, Emil Forsberg who got substituted by Viktor Claesson on the 77th minute, Kristoffer Olsson, Albin Ekdal, Sebastian Larsson, Aleksander Isak who got substituted by Marcus Berg on the 68th minute and Robin Quaison who got substituted by Dejan Kulusevski on the 55th minute as starters, with Karl-Johan Johnsson, Kristoffer Nordfeldt, Pierre Bengtsson, Filip Helander, Pontus Jansson, Emil Krafth, Jens-Lys Cajuste, Viktor Claesson, Dejan Kulusevski, Ken Sema, Gustav Svensson and Marcus Berg on the bench.

Poland's starting eleven were Wojciech Szczesny, Jan Bednarek, Kamil Glik, Bartosz Bereszynski, Tymoteusz Puchacz who got substituted by Przemyslaw Frankowski on the 46th minute, Mateusz Klich who got substituted by Kacper Kozlowski on the 73rd minute, Grzegorz Krychowiak who got substituted by Przemyslaw Placheta on the 79th minute, Kamil Jozwiak who got substituted by Jakub Swierczok on the 62nd minute, Piotr Zielinski, Robert Lewandowski and Karol Swiderski, with Lukasz Fabianski, Lukasz Skorupski, Michal Helik, Tomasz Kedziora, Maciej Rybus, Pawel Dawidowicz, Przemyslaw Frankowski, Kacper Kozlowski, Karol Linetty, Przemyslaw Placheta, Dawid Kownacki and Jakub Swierczok on the bench.

Referee showed the yellow card 3 times throughout the game. Marcus Danielson, Grzegorz Krychowiak and Kamil Glik were the ones to receive it.


Explore stats from Sweden vs Poland on ScoreBat - we are updating the numbers on this page every second of the game.

  • Ball Possession: 41 - 59
  • Total Attempts: 7 - 9
  • Shots On Target: 4 - 6
  • Saves: 4 - 0
  • Corners: 6 - 10
  • Fouls: 13 - 13
  • Free Kicks: 14 - 13
  • Throw-Ins: 25 - 26

Sweden have won 2 of their 3 matches in Group E, drawing 1 and having 0 defeats this season. They have scored 4 goals - 1.33 per match, conceding 2 - 0.67 per match. Poland have won 0 of their 3 matches in Group E, drawing 1 and having 2 defeats this season. They have scored 4 goals - 1.33 per match, conceding 6 - 2.00 per match.

Recent Form

Sweden have won Slovakia in their previous match while Poland have played a draw with Spain in their previous match. Overall, Sweden have won 13 of their last 20 matches, losing 6 and drawing 1, while Poland have won 9 of their last 20 matches, losing 6 and drawing 5. In their most recent 6 matches Sweden have won 5 times (1-0 against Slovakia on 18th of June, 3-1 against Armenia on 5th of June, 2-0 against Finland on 29th of May, 1-0 against Estonia on 31st of March and 0-3 against Kosovo on 28th of March) and drew once (0-0 against Spain on 14th of June). In their most recent 6 matches Poland have won once (3-0 against Andorra on 28th of March), lost twice (1-2 against Slovakia on 14th of June and 2-1 against England on 31st of March) and drew 3 times (1-1 against Spain on 19th of June, 2-2 against Iceland on 8th of June and 1-1 against Russia on 1st of June).

Team Streaks

  • Sweden have gone 10 consecutive home matches without a draw.
  • Sweden are undefeated in their previous 7 matches.
  • Poland have gone 5 consecutive matches without a clean sheet.

Live Standings

As always, Euro-2020 Group E's live standings are availble and updated in real time. Sweden are the leaders in the table with 7 points after 3 matches, while Poland are 4th with 1 point in 3 matches.

Video Highlights

We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Sweden and Poland in real time. You can watch the goals by Emil Forsberg, Robert Lewandowski and Viktor Claesson as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Sweden - Poland are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.

Live Commentary

  1. Full Time
    Match ends. Sweden 3, Poland 2.
  2. 90 + 4'
    3 - 2
    Viktor Claesson scores for Sweden.
  3. 84'
    2 - 2
    Robert Lewandowski scores for Poland.
  4. 83'
    Kamil Glik is shown the yellow card.
  5. 79'
    Substitution for Poland. Przemyslaw Placheta replaces Grzegorz Krychowiak
  6. 77'
    Substitution for Sweden. Viktor Claesson replaces Emil Forsberg
  7. 74'
    Grzegorz Krychowiak is shown the yellow card.
  8. 73'
    Substitution for Poland. Kacper Kozlowski replaces Mateusz Klich
  9. 68'
    Substitution for Sweden. Emil Krafth replaces Mikael Lustig
  10. 68'
    Substitution for Sweden. Marcus Berg replaces Aleksander Isak
  11. 62'
    Substitution for Poland. Jakub Swierczok replaces Kamil Jozwiak
  12. 61'
    2 - 1
    Robert Lewandowski scores for Poland.
  13. 59'
    2 - 0
    Emil Forsberg scores for Sweden.
  14. 55'
    Substitution for Sweden. Dejan Kulusevski replaces Robin Quaison
  15. 46'
    Substitution for Poland. Przemyslaw Frankowski replaces Tymoteusz Puchacz
  16. Kick-off
    Second half begins
  17. Half Time - 1 : 0
    First half ends.
  18. 10'
    Marcus Danielson is shown the yellow card.
  19. 2'
    1 - 0
    Emil Forsberg scores for Sweden.
  20. Kick-off
    First half begins