This is old school football! Both teams are going 4-4-2 with two big strikers. We can expect a lot of booting it forward and big forwards jumping to win the ball from big defenders. If you don't like modern day football then you wouldn't be watching the Euros, but if you're that guy who is stubborn enough to watch it anyways just so you can complain about it, you will like this match.
For England, the formation change means Andy Carroll comes into this team, which will bring plenty of jeers and jokes, but it actually makes sense. Despite being the tallest team in the tournament, Sweden struggle on set pieces and just to mark people in general on crosses. If Carroll was ever going to score he would probably do it against Sweden.
Meanwhile, Sweden will just hope to get enough support somewhere for Zlatan Ibrahimovic. It doesn't need to be a lot, just enough.
Sweden (4-4-2): Andreas Isaaksson; Andreas Grandqvist, Olof Mellberg, Jonas Olsson, Martin Olsson; Sebastian Larsson, Anders Svensson, Kim Kallstrom, Rasmus Elm; Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Johan Elmander.