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    Sweden warn England about overconfidence ahead of World Cup clash


    Joe Jones

    Sweden assistant coach Peter Wettergren has warned England about having too much confidence ahead of their World Cup quarter-final on Saturday.

    The Scandinavians progressed to the last eight with a 1-0 win over Switzerland in the round of 16, having topped their group, and have conceded just two goals in the tournament, both coming in their 2-1 loss to Germany.

    Wettergren believes England have "no respect for them", saying: "I don't think they do. I don't think people think that we are going to win, the pressure is on England I think."

    Sebastian Larsson, meanwhile, feels everyone back in England "expect them to go through" and if they didn't beat Sweden "it would be a massive disappointment to say the least".

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