| THT Betting Corner, A guide to Bundesliga 2020/21: Everything you need to know before tuning in, Why Borussia Dortmund Can Live Without Jadon Sancho | THT Opinions, Counter Klopp-wise: Why Thiago Alcantara can keep the Liverpool clock ticking. Sweden have lost all their three games in the Nations League so far, the most recent being a 2-1 loss to Croatia in Zagreb on Sunday. However, he needs to replicate that form against Sweden this midweek if he wants to see his nation retain their place at the top of the group table. Sweden themselves haven’t had a positive campaign so far, notably losing all three of their Nations League fixtures. The Scandinavians have beaten Portugal seven times, while Portugal have won six games, with six games ending in draws.
The Portuguese attack should be spearheaded by Joao Felix, although it is Ronaldo who is more likely to play a key role in the final third.