Women's World Cup: How to Watch USWNT vs. Sweden, Live Stream, TV Channel, Odds

After two comfortable wins in the opening two games, the U.S. women's national team (USWNT) faces its first proper test when it takes on Sweden in the final game in Group F.

The defending champions made light work of Thailand and Chile in their opening two games, scoring a combined 16 goals without conceding.

Both USWNT and Sweden have already clinched a spot in the knockout stage, meaning their game on Thursday will determine who tops the group.

Sweden has also won both of its opening games but due to its inferior goal difference it can only win the group by beating the U.S., while a draw would be enough for the latter to finish top of its pool.

Winning Group F could have major ramification for both teams, as the winner is set to play Spain in the round of 16 in Reims with a potential quarter-finals against France looming large.

The runner-up will instead play Canada or the Netherlands in Paris, who like the U.S. and Sweden meet on Thursday to decide who wins their group. The winner of that round of 16 tie could then face Germany in the quarter-finals.

While finishing runners-up in the group might spare the USWNT a meeting with France until the final, players are unlikely to make such calculations.

"[Beating Sweden] is huge," Ali Krieger told FOX Sports. "It makes a huge impact on the world to see that we are not messing around, we are here to win. We are here to win every game, to score as many goals as we can and to prove we are the best team in the world. Each game is the biggest game of our lives. That's how we are taking it [moving] forward."

The last official meeting between USWNT and Sweden came at the quarter-finals of the 2016 Rio Olympics, with Sweden knocking out the U.S. after a penalty shoot-out.

When and where is the game?

USWNT and Sweden face off at Stade Oceane in Le Havre on Thursday, June 20, with kick-off scheduled for 9 p.m. local time (3 p.m. ET).

The home of Le Havre AC has already hosted four games in this World Cup and the stadium will welcome France in its round of 16 game next week.

TV channel

The game will be broadcast live on FOX Sports in English and on Telemundo in Spanish.

Live stream

USWNT's third game of the tournament will be available FOX Sports' and Telemundo Deportes' digital platforms. Live streams will also be available on fuboTV, Sling Blue, Hulu Live and PlayStation Vue.

Match odds

Sweden is expected to provide a much sterner test than Thailand and Chile have done, but bookmakers expect USWNT to make it three wins out of three. According to Oddschecker, the U.S. are 2/7 favorite to win, with the draw at 4/1 and Sweden a 9/1 outsider.

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Carli Lloyd of USA Women Celebrates with Tierna Davidson of USA Women, Christen Press of USA Women during the World Cup Women match between USA v Chile at the Parc des Princes on June 16 in Paris, France. Eric Verhoeven/Soccrates/Getty

The tournament so far

The U.S. and Sweden have both already qualified for the knockout stage, where they will be joined by France, Norway, Germany, Spain, Italy, Australia, England, Japan, the Netherlands and Canada.

China and Brazil are so far the only teams guaranteed to progress as one of four best-ranked third teams, with Nigeria and Argentina currently holding the other two spots.

Despite having lost both of their first two games, Cameroon and Chile are still in contention and could qualify if they win their respective games against New Zealand and Thailand on Thursday.

Argentina has two points, meaning a win would be enough for Cameroon and Chile to leapfrog it in the table. Should both teams win, goal difference will determine who misses out.

Nigeria finished the group stage with three points but its goal difference is better than Cameroon's by a single goal, while Chile requires a four-goal swing to leapfrog Nigeria in the table.

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