Stream Serbia – Sweden (24/9): Live from the Nations League

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What: Serbia – Sweden, Nations League Where: Stadion Rajko Mitic, Belgrade When: At 20:45, Saturday 24 September Live stream: Viaplay TV: TV6 Betting tip: X2 (1.83 at Bet365)

Stream Sweden – Serbia live

It is not very difficult to live stream Serbia – Sweden, as long as you only know how to find a broadcast of the match. The meeting will be broadcast live on Viaplay, which is Viasat’s streaming service. With an account and sports subscription there, you can watch the meeting live.

You choose yourself whether to watch your Serbia – Sweden stream via mobile, computer or tablet. If you have a Chromecast, Apple TV or similar, you can also connect your football stream to the TV screen, to watch the match on TV.

The quality of the broadcast is high, in terms of both picture and sound. The commentators and experts in the studio are also talented, which adds a lot to a broadcast.

  • Go to Viaplay
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  • Watch Serbia – Sweden on TV

    How do you then watch Serbia – Sweden live on TV? The channel that broadcasts the match live is TV6, and in order to watch the match on TV it is therefore required that you have that channel in your selection. If there is, just browse the channel to see directly.

    The studio starts already at 19:30, before it is time for kick-off 1 hour and 15 minutes later, at 20:45. At 11:30 p.m., after a long discussion, the broadcast ends.

    If you miss the channel that shows the match live but still want to watch the match on TV, we would recommend you to connect your Sweden – Serbia stream to the TV screen, via a Chromecast, for example.

  • Channel: TV6
  • Broadcast start: 19:30
  • Kick-off: 20:45
  • Before the game

    Sweden chose after the World Cup qualifiers ended to change their formation and their style of play. From a classic 4-4-2, they would now start playing 4-3-3, and they would also try to be more game-oriented. Four games into the new style of play, we must state that this experiment did not turn out as well as desired, as we ended up with one win and three losses. Janne Andersson has already opened up that there may again be some changes in the way of playing, but he did not want to reveal anything regarding formation.

    When we played at home against Serbia, we lost 0-1, and now the question is whether Sweden can stand for a stronger effort at home at Friends Arena. Unfortunately, the defensive problem is still big, with many injured centre-backs. Offensively, some usually given plays are also missing, in the form of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Albin Ekdal and Jesper Karlsson.