England vs Sweden live stream: How to watch Women's World Cup third-place play-off online and on TV

England vs Sweden live stream: How to watch Women's World Cup third-place play-off online and on TV

England take on Sweden in the Women’s World Cup third-place play-off today.

Phil Neville’s side gave it everything but ultimately came up short with Alex Morgan’s goal proving the difference between the two sides.

The USA will now take on the Netherlands, who needed extra-time to beat the Swedes, with the two losers meeting here in Nice.

Both teams will want to end their tournaments on a high with a bronze medal on the line.

What time does it start?

England vs Sweden kicks off at 4pm BST on Saturday 6th July

Where can I watch it?

The match will be shown live on BBC One from 3.45 pm BST. The match will also be available to stream via the BBC Sport website

Past three-meetings…

England 0 Sweden 2 (Jakobsson, Anvegard), International Friendly, November 2018

Sweden 0 England 0, International Friendly, January 2017

England 4 (Carney 2, Kirby, Sanderson) Sweden 0, International Friendly, August 2014

Form guide…

England: WWWWWL

Sweden: WWLWWL


England to win: 4/6

Sweden to win: 4/1

Draw: 29/10


England have come an awfully long way in this tournament and while this wasn’t where Phil Neville wanted it to end, they’ll be desperate to finish their French adventure on a high.

Sweden are no pushovers though and for a bounce of a ball here or there could’ve been facing the USA in tomorrow’s final.

Third-place play-offs are always a tricky prospect to predict with team selection and the obvious motivational angle throwing form, to a certain degree anyway, out the window.

That said, if England play how they’ve played over the last month they should win. Let’s say they go out with a victory and a bronze medal to boot. England 2-1 Sweden

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