It depends on what you’re thinking. When I was in Sweden I was in the middle of a long, grueling battle with my latvia versus sweden hockey rival. I had both as my favorite team, and I knew there was only one way to beat them.
Swedes vs. Latvians. It is almost like a war between two countries in which each country has a clear advantage. In hockey, the Swedes are a bit better at controlling the puck. The Latvians are known for the ability to score in bunches, so I think they will win this fight.
If you are interested in hockey, the Latvians could definitely win this game. They have the ability to score in bunches and are known for being the masters of out-of-control scoring. Unfortunately, I have no idea what the Swedes are capable of, but I could be wrong.
I hope so. Sweden is known as the land of the free. Unfortunately, in hockey these two countries have been fighting for centuries.
So I guess if we want to see some real hockey, we might as well go to Sweden.
They have recently been fighting for centuries too. The two countries are tied together by their hatred towards each other. And they are very close too. That’s why when I went this summer to watch the Sweden vs Latvia game, I ended up sleeping on a bench in a neutral zone between the two teams. Latvia was winning, but I was just so sick of seeing the Swedes trying so hard to make it a war. I couldn’t take it anymore.
I just think its funny that a country that is so close to each other, and has been so close for so long, shouldnt be fighting each other.
I’m not as crazy about the idea of a war between the two countries, but a war between two countries would be a good thing. One way to prevent this from happening is with an international event like the Olympics or the World Cup. As it turns out, even though Latvia is a very small country, it has a lot of international experience and is well-versed in international sports. So in theory, you could end up with a big team from both countries.
Of course, given the events we’ve seen in the last couple of days, it’s hard to imagine Latvia playing Spain or even Sweden. This is the world’s largest country, and it’s far bigger than the two countries. But, it’s also the second smallest country not in the EU.
Sweden on the other hand, is a very small country with only about 2,000 people living in it. So when the Swedish team is playing Latvia, it makes sense that they would have to use the same tactics that Latvia has used in the past. Latvia, in particular, seems to be a very old team and their past is filled with some very old strategies (for instance, using a large, slow moving formation to create a wide open space to attack).