FOOTBALL - The following are several key facts and figures on the friendly between Sweden and England, which will be played on Wednesday, 14 November, at Solna’s Friends Arena.
> Sweden plays its first match at the new national stadium, Friends Arena in Solna. England also met Sweden in its first international match at the old national stadium, Råsunda in Solna. England won 4-0 on May 17, 1937.
> The last time Sweden met England in a friendly in Sweden was on March 31, 2004. Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored the only goal of the match (54’).
> Sweden have scored at least one goal in all their 16 competitive matches under Erik Hamrén, and they came back from 4-0 down to draw 4-4 with Germany in Berlin in their last match on October 17.
> Steven Gerrard is set to win his100th cap – the sixth player to reach this milestone for England after Peter Shilton (125), David Beckham (115), Sir Bobby Moore (108), Sir Bobby Charlton (106) and Billy Wright (105).
> Raheem Sterling will be 17 years and 343 days old on the day of the match, and could become the fifth youngest ever player to feature for England and youngest since Theo Walcott’s record of 17 years and 75 days in 2006.