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  • Deadlock in Sweden as far-right gains

    Stockholm : Sweden faced political deadlock on Monday after the far-right made gains in legislative elections that left the question of who will form the next government up in the air. The prime minister is usually the leader of the party with the most votes, but Sweden’s fragmented political landscape after Sunday’s election makes it impossible to predict who will form the next government.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: FPJ’s dream XI predictions for Sweden and England

    FIFA World Cup 2018 has seen a lot of twists when powerful teams have been knocked out from the tournament. For instance, Germany, Argentina, Portugal and Spain have been knocked out which are major upsets for everyone. Yesterday too, fans were shocked when Brazil lost to Belgium in the quarterfinals by 2-1 and were eliminated from the tournament. Today, England is set to play against Sweden in quarterfinals stage. The match will

  • Sweden set to stop English hurri(K)ane

    Repino : Enthused by an exciting young squad and a potentially kind draw against Sweden in tomorrow’s quarter-final, England fans are starting to believe they can end a 52-year wait to win the World Cup.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Sweden edge past Switzerland to enter World Cup quarter-finals

    St Petersburg: Winger Emil Forsberg’s second-half strike helped Sweden beat Switzerland 1-0 to enter the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup after a gap of 24 years. It was a brilliant neck-and-neck affair till the 66th minute when Forsberg scored the goal, after which Switzerland failed to display the same energy and thus lost the issue.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: FPJ’s dream XI predictions for Sweden vs Switzerland

    Sweden, who qualified ahead of Netherlands, knocked Italy out in the play-offs and have now topped a group containing defending champions Germany, will look to continue their 2018 World Cup journey when they face Group E runners-up Switzerland in the round of 16. The match will take place at St Petersburg’s Krestovsky Stadium on Tuesday July 3 and kick off is scheduled for 7:30 pm (IST).

  • Showdown as European teams collide

    St. Petersburg  : The World Cup Round-of-16 match between Switzerland and Sweden on Tuesday will be a duel between Europe’s two quiet, under-the-radar achievers.

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    FIFA World Cup 2018: Argentina’s last-minute entry in knockout to Germany’s exit, a look at tournament journey so far

    With a grand opening of Russian victory over Saudi Arabia by 5-0, FIFA World Cup 2018 has now entered the professional stage with round of 16. The group stage is over and it saw lots of twists and turns for various teams. For instance, defending champion Germany’s shocking exit in the first round, Mexico’s qualification in knockout stage in spite of a loss to Sweden, Argentina’s dramatic entry into the knockout stage

  • Mexican fans celebrate Germany’s defeat outside South Korean embassy in Mexico

    The celebrations of South Korean victory over Germany was not only limited to Korean fans, but it was also gave a reason for Mexican fans to celebrate. With South Korean unexpected win over Germany, the doors for Mexico to go into the round of 16 opened. Although Mexico registered a loss to Sweden by 3-0 in their final group match, Germany’s defeat helped them to pass into the next round.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: FPJ’s dream XI predictions for Mexico vs Sweden

    Having won their first two matches, Mexico needs only one point against Sweden to qualify for the second round as group winners, yet a Swedish win will not only see the Swedes finish ahead of Mexico but could also eliminate them if Germany beat South Korea too. The match takes place at Ekaterinburg Arena today, and kicks off at 7:30 pm (IST).

  • Fans dance in Berlin rain as Germany survive

    Berlin: Fans danced in the rain in Berlin as defending champions Germany avoided an embarrassing World Cup exit with a 2-1 win over Sweden.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: FPJ’s dream XI predictions for Germany vs Sweden

    Germany and Sweden will face off in their second match of the 2018 World Cup on Saturday at 11:30 p.m. (IST). After their first match, Germany is in a desperate need of some points, Joshua Kimmich who tried his best against Mexico, showed his incredible moves with the ball, but Germany’s star player Mesut Ozil was not seen anywhere, it Is high time that he shows his skill against Sweden, if he gets

  • Can Forsberg hurt Germans?

    In-form Sweden striker Emil may shock struggling defending champions .

  • FIFA World Cup 2018 Match 12: Sweden vs South Korea LIVE Blog

    Sweden and South Korea kick off their 2018 FIFA World Cup campaigns on Monday at Russia’s Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, it is the first World Cup of Sweden in 12 years. As we know Sweden star player Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not be participating in World Cup as he retired after the Euro Cup in 2016. The charismatic striker, who had hinted he might come out of international retirement, was left out of the

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: FPJ’s Dream XI prediction for Sweden vs South Korea

    Sweden and South Korea have faced each other only thrice in international matches. In their first match back in 1996, Sweden won 2-0 while in 2005 both the matches ended in a draw. Within this group, there is also Germany and Mexico, which makes it one of the toughest group at the World Cup. Though Sweden has some great players, Son Heung-Min and team can give them a tough competition.

  • India & Sweden to deepen collaboration through strategic innovation partnership

    Stockholm : India and Sweden on Tuesday agreed to strengthen defence and security cooperation and also unveiled a strategic innovation partnership and a joint action plan for a “win-win” outcome during talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Swedish counterpart Stefan Lofven.