As it is, one goal may not be enough as these two battle at Friends Arena. Still, it's not like Sweden inspired a lot of confidence with its performance. Portugal dominated possession for 68 percent of the match and took 13 more shots on goal. With such a narrow margin in aggregate and Ronaldo and Ibrahimovic on the pitch, this should be a wonderful day of soccer. When: Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 2:45 p. m.
Sweden vs. Portugal: Date, Time, Live Stream, TV Info and PreviewMike Hewitt/Getty ImagesFacing a 1-0 deficit in aggregate, Sweden will host Portugal on Nov. 19 in the second and final leg of their playoff—with a place for the 2014 World Cup on the line. With world-class scorers Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic roaming the pitch, these two teams were stuck on a 0-0 stalemate into the 82nd minute. Given these numbers heading into the match, that was a surprise: Of course, the 82nd minute is when Ronaldo saved what otherwise would have been a disastrous night for Portugal. It would have been a blow not just on the scoresheet but to the confidence of Portugal to head to Sweden without an aggregate advantage.