FIFA World Cup continues today with the final two last 16 ties. The early kickoff will be between Sweden and Switzerland. Later on, Colombia will face England in the late showdown. Russia tournament has delivered more drama than in 2014 and 2010 combined. On Monday, we saw what could be the best game so far between Belgium and Japan. Brazil had earlier done what they do best by thrashing Mexico 2-0 to book a place in the last eight. The showpiece has been tough on fans especially those who are trying to place a bet. It is the reason why we want you to be cocksure when and where to invest your hard-earned cash. All our predictions so far in the round of 16 have been 100 percent correct. Who will come out on top? Take a look at the following tips and predictions; we hope this information helps you make an informed decision courtesy of Bet9ja.

Get 100% Welcome Bonus on this site. Winners don’t wait.

Round of 16

Time: CAT 1600, EAT 1700

Sweden Vs. Switzerland

The pundits thought Sweden was dead and buried when Germany came from behind to beat them 2-1 in their second group game. However, they proved everybody when by beating Mexico 3-0 in their final game to finish top of the group. No matter what Zlatan Ibrahimovic thinks, this team is no doubt better without him. The journey to Russia was incredible because they knocked out Italy in the European playoffs. They don’t fear anybody and this makes them a threat to anybody.

In Kenya? Want to watch games LIVE on your mobile?? Click here to try it NOW!

Switzerland frustrated favorites Brazil in their opening group game to get a point. They then shocked everybody by coming from 1-0 down to win 2-1 when everybody had written them off. In their final game, a 2-2 draw with Costa Rica was enough to book a place in the last 16 behind the Samba Boys.

This game will be open. The two teams can qualify for the last eight if they fight for it this evening. This is where I feel Sweden will have the edge. The Scandinavians are tall and this will trouble Vladimir Petković team. It is an advantage they used perfectly against Germany and Mexico. Xherdan Shaqiri will trouble Janne Andersson men but they will certainly have a plan in place to stop him.

Head-To-Head

The two nations have met 13 times since 1961. Both have won and lost 5 matches between them. The other three were draws. The last time they met was in 2002 in a friendly match played in Stockholm. It ended in a 1-1 draw. This clearly shows this game can go either way this evening. However, the height advantage in the Swedish team could be the deciding factor today.

We Predict Sweden Win

Do you agree with our prediction? Why not put your money where your mouth is for cash rewards. Visit Bet9ja for more

1
2