Spain wary of Swedish threat
A victory for either side would almost certainly assure them of a place in the quarter-finals after both won their first matches.
But despite their stunning form in the opening 4-1 dissection of Russia, Spain's players are not getting carried away and insisted that they will have their work cut out in keeping Sweden's front men quiet - with Ibrahimovic having scored in the 2-0 win over Greece.
"We've got to try to stop them," said Villarreal midfield enforcer Marcos Senna, a Brazilian by birth. "Both of them have experience and quality, we will have to concentrate very hard against them or we'll concede goals."
Centre-back Carlos Marchena said both of them are fine individual players but together they form a lethal partnership.
"We know them individually in their respective teams but when they play together they understand each other perfectly."
But Marchena, who in 42 appearances has never been on a losing Spanish side, insisted Sweden are not only about certain individuals.
"It's no good when a team depends on just one player but they have a great team, they're good all over the park, very good footballers. Perhaps those two are their best known players but there's a great team backing them up."
Spain midfielder Cesc Fabregas said he was looking forward to playing against his former Arsenal team-mate Sebastian Larsson, who this season suffered relegation from the Premier League with Birmingham City.
"He's a friend of mine. He's a great player, he couldn't make it at Arsenal because there are so many players that there's a lot of competition but sometimes it's good to take one step back in order to take two forward. It's a shame they (Birmingham) went down but now he's at the European Championships and playing well.
"I'm sure tomorrow he'll play against Spain and I wish him the best although I hope he doesn't play his best match tomorrow."
Fabregas said he was accepting his backstage role, though.
"For me it's not hard at all as I can see there are great players with the national team," he said. "I want to be in the starting 11 but when I have to help the team from the bench, whatever the boss wants me to do, I will be there to help. It's not a problem to be on the bench, I know I can help the team also from the bench and I will try to help the boss when I can."