This head-to-head is an interesting one in that Russian Federation have already shown, in beating Spain, they can implement a frustrating defence against a passing team based on hard work, which works against Croatia.
Edmund's coach, Fredrik Rosengren, is Swedish and the British number one insists he is enjoying some banter with his team ahead of the World Cup quarter-final.
'It's been a bit of fun the way it's worked out, that we're playing Sweden'.
Happy to sacrifice possession, defend deep and wait for their opportunity on the counter-attack, they will let England have most of the ball. Ibrahimović said the ex-footballer and model has to treat him to anything he wants at an IKEA furniture store.
England team predicted to face Sweden in World Cup quarter-finals Thu, July 5, 2018 England face Sweden in the World Cup quarter-finals - who will start? We still put pressure on ourselves; we don't feel like we are satisfied here.
So, they're clearly a good side, and we want to win.
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"But the bottom line is we're through and that's really all that matters". They play very structured from the back, sit quite deep from what we've seen, and we know what we're up against. But Gareth Southgate's side also did well to respond after conceding an equaliser so late, and obviously recovering from that.
However, he believes that Sweden can beat England "if they continue what they've done in the World Cup so far".
As Sweden heads into their match with England, Ibrahimović is backing his nation for success.
Emil Forsberg will be key to Sweden's chances against England. I see this going all the way again and I can actually see England having to come from behind just to get to extra time as they'll have heavy legs.
"I miss the national team".
"No Zlatan no problem", seemed to be the tone of Sweden fans on Twitter as they basked in the glory of their 1-0 win over Switzerland.