Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes Sweden can beat England

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Sweden are attempting to reach a first semi-final since 1994, when they were beaten 1-0 in the last four by eventual champions Brazil.

However, Swedish-born Eriksson insists it would be foolish to dismiss England's quarter-final opponents after they topped a group featuring Germany and Mexico before ousting Switzerland in the last 16.

England will continue in their quest to bring football home against Sweden, while the host nation will be praying Russian Federation can continue this wildly unexpected run.

Belgium is one of the strongest teams in the world right now, and their coach Roberto Martinez has come out and admitted that he is here to stop Brazil's chance for a sixth world cup. "They made a big statement and by winning against the Swiss", Ibrahimovic told reporters on Wednesday.

"Muslera was our support during this entire process and I would never wash my hands of one of my players", Tabarez said. But, if anyone in the squad thinks they have an easy game on Saturday, they're wrong. I am not going to say anything else about Cavani because I already have given enough information and I don't want to get into games.

Colombian protests aside, England has advanced and will take on Sweden on Saturday. The last time they faced off was on November 14, 2012, a match in which Zlatan Ibrahimovic unleashed this famous bicycle kick.

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"They should continue doing what they're doing". "It's hard to play against them and to score against them".

"If one is suspended, they will put in another one and you won't know the difference", he said.

"There were a lot of off-the-ball things you probably haven't heard about, all the sort of things that you don't really hear in a football match".

The 3-0 win over Mexico in Sweden's final group match is the only time the Scandinavians have scored more than once in their past 11 official games. Whoever can handle that best has an advantage.

Cavani trained alone on Thursday at Uruguay's camp in Bor‚ near Nizhny Novgorod where he was seen running and training with a ball but observers said he was still moving gingerly.