History of matches between Russia and Sweden with Liga Stavok

Liga Stavok analyses previous matches between Russia and Sweden ahead of the 2020 Channel One Cup battle on December 17:

- These two countries have competed against each other 28 times at this particular competition, with Russia earning 18 regulation victories and two in a penalty shootout in comparison with Sweden's seven wins. One game finished in a 0:0 draw;

- Sweden claimed their maiden win against Russia at the Russian stage of the Euro Hockey Tour in 1997 with our team having already previously tallied four victories;

- Only five matches have ended with one of the teams winning by a difference of at least three goals. Four of those games saw Russia emerge victorious;

- Russia's largest defeat against Sweden at this tournament was in 2015 (1:4), while the biggest victory was recorded in 2012 (5:1).

Liga Stavok rates Russia as the favourite at 1.84. The chance of a draw in regulation time is 3.60, while Sweden's probability of winning is rated at 4.30.

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