Sweden had a 5-2 lead with two rounds left, but then team Bruce Mouat got up and picked up to 5-5.
In the arbitration round, Sweden once again pulled the longest straw and eventually won the match 6-5.
At 03 tonight, it’s time for a new match for team Edin. Then against Denmark.
The Men’s Curling World Championships in Calgary take place April 2-11. The World Cup is the first in two years since the World Cup in nearby Lethbridge in 2019 when Sweden’s team Niklas Edin defeated Canada’s team Kevin Koe in the final.