The home side are winless in their three matches in the qualifying campaign and were held to a 1-1 draw with Belgium on Saturday.
They took the lead in the 21st minute with an own goal by Orlo Mangala, which was canceled out by Romelu Lukaku’s strike in the 61st minute.
The visitors suffered a 3-0 defeat against Belgium to open their campaign and recorded a 5-0 win over Azerbaijan in March. They faced New Zealand in a friendly on Friday and goals from Jesper Karlsson, Robin Quaison and Anthony Elanga helped them record a 4-1 home win.
Austria vs Sweden: TV Channel and Live Streaming
Australia: Optus Sports
Austria: servustv.com, Servus TV, ORF eins
Denmark: TV2 Play Denmark
Germany: DAZN, Servus TV
Ghana: DStv Now, SuperSport Laliga ROA, SuperSport MáXimo 3, SuperSport GOtv LaLiga
Greece: Nova Sports 3
Indonesia: MNC Sports, K-Vision
International: UEFA.tv, Sport 24 Extra
Kenya: SuperSport MáXimo 3, SuperSport GOtv LaLiga, DStv Now, SuperSport Laliga ROA
Malaysia: sooka, Astro Arena 2, Astro Jo
Nigeria: DStv Now, SuperSport MáXimo 3, SuperSport Laliga Nigeria, SuperSport GOtv LaLiga
Norway: TV6 Sweden, TV2 Play
Poland: Polsat Sport Premium 2, Polsat Box Go
Serbia: Arena Sport 6 Serbia
South Africa: DStv App, SuperSport MáXimo 3, SuperSport Laliga, SuperSport GOtv LaLiga
Sweden: Viaplay Sweden, TV6 Sweden
Switzerland: DAZN, RSI La 2, SRF zwei, RTS 2, RTS Sport
United Kingdom: Viaplay Xtra, Viaplay UK