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The latest Sweden v Belgium international friendly news from the Friends Arena, Solna.

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World cup dark horses Belgium will step up their preparations for the World Cup when they take on Sweden in Solna later today.

Belgium have stumbled some-what in recent months and will head into the clash with the Swedes with just one win in their last five games.


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Following defeats to Japan and Colombia as well as draws with Wales and the Ivory Coast, the Belgians secured their first win of 2014 with a 5-1 win over Luxembourg.

While the result won’t have sent a shiver down the spine of their rivals, the welcome boost of a win coupled with some strong individual performances from the likes of Romelu Lukaku, who scored a hat-trick, and Kevin de Bruyne will have pleased manager Marc Wilmots.


The game with Luxembourg was also notable as it saw the debut of Manchester United starlet Adnan Januzaj, the highly coveted winger/attacking midfielder, who has been chased by England.

The youngster came on for the second half of the clash and could make his first start against Sweden.

Others who will hope to get a start include Steven Defour, Dries Mertens, Nacer Chadli and Moussa Dembele all of whom started Monday clash on the bench and their chances of starting will have been boosted by comments from Wilmots.

The Belgian coach revealed after the game that there was plenty of room for improvement from his side, telling reporters “I was not happy with the organisation. We played casually.”

The former International also revealed [in February, when the fixture was announced] that the unlikely setting of Solna will provide the perfect climate to help his players acclimatise to Sao Paulo.

“Stockholm is ideal because of the climate, where the average temperature will be 22 degrees, comparable to the temperatures we will have in Sao Paulo,” he said

While that typically may the case, it won’t be on Sunday with temperatures expected to 19 degrees although that will be an improvement on the rain and colder temperatures experienced on Friday and Saturday.

Sweden for their part won’t be in Brazil, the country finished runners up in their group behind Germany before losing in the play off to Portugal.

They have since won two and lost two of the outings with their most recent games resulting in defeats to Turkey and Denmark.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.