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Andersson's men are aiming to reach the last four for the first time since 1994 when they finished third in the United States.Andersson says he is unlikely to spring a surprise on England coach Gareth Southgate.One key area where the quarter-final could be won or lost is on set-pieces, with both teams excelling in this regard so far.Sweden have scored twice from set plays, while England have scored three, the most at the tournament.If Sweden manage to defeat England, a team they have only lost to twice in the last 15 meetings, they will face either Russia or Croatia in the semifinal.
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