Sweden have flown under the radar all the way to the quarter-finals where they aim to use their solidity as a unit to put a stop to English dreams of a first World Cup victory since 1966 in Samara on Saturday.
With England looking to continue their assault towards the latter stages against Sweden and host nation Russian Federation taking on Croatia, the Soccer Saturday pundit has offered his views on how things will unfold.
"If you look at the games we have played, the opponent has had more ball possession than we have but we have created more chances, more risky chances", Granqvist said.
"They think they are so good but they are not".
"Something about 99 times out of 100 they would beat us". It will be hard, but I think England will just have enough about them. "Every Swedish person in the world is proud and we will be proud however it goes in the coming games".
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The two men's careers have followed similar paths, both also playing for the likes of Manchester United and AC Milan, and playing together at Paris Saint-Germain.
"They should continue doing what they're doing", Ibrahimovic said.
Croatia haven't got bundles of pace in their team and Russian Federation will be hard to beat, just like they were against Spain. It's a quarterfinal, and a lot of emotions come into the game.
"The team that can handle their feelings best will have an advantage".
Maradona said sorry after being rebuked by soccer's governing body following comments he made after England's hard-fought penalty shootout win in Tuesday's game.