Ibra aiming for Dutch upset
Ibrahimovic is familiar with the ArenA having played for Ajax earlier in his career and he is adamant the visitors will have no fear against the FIFA World Cup™ finalists as two sides with 100% records in Group E of UEFA EURO 2012 qualifying go head to head.
Sweden currently lie second having played a game less but they are confident they can pull level with the Dutch on nine points.
He said: "The Netherlands are the favourites in this group but we have come to win. Do we have a chance of qualifying if we lose to the Netherlands? No, I don't think so, which is why I have not come here to lose."
Third-placed Hungary go to Finland tomorrow night and will expect a much tougher contest than they got on Friday, when they thrashed San Marino 8-0.
They are likely to have to beat Jussi Jaaskelainen in Helsinki with the Bolton goalkeeper lured out of international retirement due to a shoulder injury to regular number one Otto Fredrikson.
"It's great to be back. I promised to be available if this situation arose," said Jaaskelainen. "Otto is first choice, that's clear, but obviously I hope to play now that I'm here."
San Marino will look to bounce back from that mauling when they host Moldova.