The last day of the pre-quarter finals of the FIFA World Cup 2018 is here. Uruguay, France, Brazil, Belgium, followed by Russia and Croatia, have already advanced to the quarter finals. This means four teams will be up in arms on Tuesday, 3 July, to grab the last of the two seats.
Argentina’s exit from the tournament, followed by that of Portugal and Spain has made the FIFA World Cup 2018 come alive. The final 8 teams of the tournament will lock horns against each other starting 6 July, with first quarter final match set to kick off between Uruguay vs France.
Here’s all you need to know about today’s Sweden vs Switzerland Round of 16 Match:
Where Will Sweden vs Switzerland Match Be Played?
The Sweden vs Switzerland FIFA World Cup 2018 Round of 16 match will be played at the Saint Petersburg Stadium.
When Will Sweden vs Switzerland Match Be Played?
Sweden vs Switzerland FIFA World Cup 2018 Round of 16 match will start at 7.30 pm IST on 3 July.
How to Watch Sweden vs Switzerland FIFA World Cup Online?
Reliance Jio and Airtel have announced that their live TV apps – Jio TV and Airtel TV – will stream the FIFA World Cup for their subscribers in India.
Airtel TV will also give viewers the option to watch the World Cup in various languages along with Hindi and English. Users will also get access to match schedules and updates about the World Cup. Airtel users will be able to watch behind the scenes footage of all the matches, along with match previews/reviews.
Similarly, Jio TV will offer premium sports content for Jio users for free. Both Jio TV and Airtel TV are in a customer base war, with Jio claiming to have 100 million users while the Airtel TV app has 50 million downloads on Android.
The matches will be streamed live on the Sony’s Liv app. Sony has the rights for this year’s World Cup and the matches will be live on Sony Six and Sony Six HD.
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