Finland Sweden live score (and video online live stream*) starts on 18 May 2022 at 17:20 UTC time in World Championship, Group B - International. Here on SofaScore livescore you can find all Finland vs Sweden previous results sorted by their H2H matches.
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Sweden got the best of Finland in the first game-winning 4-3. The Swedes jumped out to a 4-1 lead and then held on to take down Finland and earn first place in Group B.
Sweden then got the easier quarterfinal game and made the most of it by blowing out Germany 7-1.
Saturday, Sweden will look to stay hot and beat Finland for a second time and earn a championship game appearance against either the United States or Czechia. Finland will be looking to avenge that loss and get a big win against a Sweden team playing well.
Finland got to the semifinals by upsetting Canada in the quarterfinals 6-5 in overtime.
Finland trailed 5-3 in the third but got two late goals and then got the winner by Joakim Kemell 28 seconds into overtime to get the huge win.