Spain The pass to an unprecedented World Cup final in Australia and New Zealand will be played this Tuesday with two changes in his starting eleven, including the return to ownership of Alexia Putellas and the entry of Olga Carmona in place of Oihane Hernández, who was suspended.
Spain and Sweden will face each other at Auckland’s Eden Park Stadium (New Zealand) from 10.00 to look for your ticket to the final of the championship.
Spain bets in its starting eleven for: Cata Coll; Ona Batlle, Irene Paredes, Laia Codina, Olga Carmona; Teresa Abelleira, Aitana Bonmatí, Alexia Putellas; Alba Redondo, Mariona Caldentey, Jenni Hermoso.
Spain – Sweden: schedule and where to watch the game on TV and online
After overwhelm Switzerland in the round of 16 and suffer a lot against the Netherlandscurrent runner-up in the world, in the quarterfinals, the illusion and maturity of Spain will have to deal with the current Olympic runner-up, a Sweden that blocked the way to the United States after surviving a tense penalty shootout where they were on two occasions at edge of the abyss and then finished with another world champion like Japan (2-1) with some solvency. A tough ‘bone’ to crack that will require patience above all and which, moreover, has never won in its history, with the 1-1 draw last October in Córdoba as the last duel between the two.The match It can be seen open on the RTVE Sports channel, Teleport.
Some matches can be seen on their signal on Digital Terrestrial Television for free and others on their online streaming platform. RTVE Play is the free platform that Spanish public television has developed to be able to view its content on computers, tablets and mobile phones.
Matches of the final phases of the 2023 World Cup
round of 16 matches
Saturday, August 05
07:00 | Switzerland – Spain
10:00 | Japan – Norway
Sunday, August 06
04:00 | Netherlands – South Africa
11:00 | Sweden – United States
Monday, August 07
09:30 | England – Nigeria
12:30 p.m. | Australia – Denmark
Tuesday, August 08
10:00 | Colombia – Jamaica
1:00 p.m. | France – Morocco
Friday, August 11
03:00 | Eighth winner 1 – Eighth winner 3
09:30 | Round of 16 winner 2 – Round of 16 winner 4
Saturday, August 12
09:00 | Eighth winner 5 – Eighth winner 7
12:30 p.m. | Eighth winner 6 – Eighth winner 8
Tuesday, August 15
10:00 | Quarterfinal Winner 1 – Quarterfinal Winner 2
Wednesday, August 16
12:00 | Quarterfinal Winner 3 – Quarterfinal Winner 4
Match for 3rd and 4th place
Saturday, August 19
10:00 | Semifinal loser 1 – Semifinal loser 2
Sunday, August 20
12:00 | Semifinal Winner 1 – Semifinal Winner 2