Sweden vs Italy by Sureseye
Sweden in their last match showed class over Finland winning easy by 5-0. By half time Sweden was already 3 goals up and the final result was an opportunity for Fischer Nilla and Schelin Lotta to each record a brace.
Their first match was a 1-1 draw against Denmark ending 1-1 with the two goals scored in the first half between 10 minutes.
Italy's first match against Finland ended barren; an entirely boring match by both teams and especially Finland who had no attempt at goal. Italy continued to play defensive under coach Antonio Cabrini since taking over in May 2012. Last match was against Denmark, upsetting the odds to win 2-1 with all the three match goals between 11 minutes after Italy were already two goals up courtesy Gabbiadini Melania 55' and Mauro Ilaria 60'. The first half had ended barren with only one shot on target.
Sweden are for sure the favourite; Italy's strategy will continue to be remaining undefeated, relying majorly on the strength of their backline.
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