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England to win 1-0
Sweden have only conceded two goals at this tournament, keeping three clean sheets along the way.
England are big favourites to progress, but it’s likely to be tight.
Harry Kane to score
Kane has 14 goals in his last 10 games for England, six of which have come in three appearances at this tournament.
If there is to be a solitary goal, then he has to be backed to get it.
Over 6.5 England corners
England have had seven corners in three of their four games in Russia, with the walkover against Panama the only exception.
Having already scored four goals and won two penalties from set pieces, they’ll look to rack up as many as possible on Saturday.
Under 3.5 total cards
England have only received 13 yellow cards in 12 competitive matches under Gareth Southgate.
Sweden have 15 in the same period, five of which came in the second leg of their play-off against Italy in November.
Despite a place in the semi-finals being on the line, this shouldn’t be a dirty game.
Sebastian Larsson to be carded
One player that is liable to pick up a card is Larsson, who missed Sweden’s last-16 victory over Switzerland after getting booked twice during the group stages.
Playing with a free pass before the amnesty, the former Premier League veteran is a good bet to become the fourth central midfielder at this tournament to be booked against England.
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