Sebastian Larsson says Sweden are happy to be underdogs as they attempt to bounce back from their opening defeat against Ukraine in a crucial Group D game with England on Friday.
"Most people would say England are favourites and that's fine by us," Larsson said. "We don't worry about what people think and who are the favourites.
"We just worry about ourselves and trying to reach the level that we can because that's what we didn't do against Ukraine.
"The game against Ukraine was not one of my better ones. We didn't reach the level we were looking for. Not in the first-half.
"It was hard to seize this game. Personally, I feel a strong desire to play a good game against England."