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Fotboll VM Kval 2009-10-10 Danmark vs Sverige Swedish PDTV XviD Avi (1 dvd)

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Reuters - Sweden are hoping striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic can use his sizzling
Barcelona goal-scoring form to sharpen their often blunt attack when they
face Group One leaders Denmark in a World Cup qualifier on Saturday.

The match between the Scandinavian rivals could determine who wins the group
and qualifies automatically for next year's finals in South Africa. Undefeated
Denmark, on 18 points, are three points ahead of second-placed Sweden with two
games left.

Sweden's main problem during the campaign has been a lack of goals. They have
lost 1-0 to Denmark, drawn 0-0 twice with Portugal and once with Albania, and
beat Malta 1-0 last month only thanks to an own goal.

With Ibrahimovic in great form at his new club Barcelona, scoring five goals
in the first five La Liga games this season, Sweden hope he will build on that
momentum. He is likely to be joined upfront by Henrik Larsson, 38, who is back
from injury.

Denmark, whose defence has been hit by injuries, are wary of the threat
Ibrahimovic poses.

"Zlatan is one of the best right now. I have great respect for his performances,"
Danish striker Nicklas Bendtner told Danish tabloid BT.

"He seems to be in a fantastic form in Barcelona, but that doesn't mean he will
be that for Sweden."

Sweden cannot afford to lose in Copenhagen if they want to keep alive their hopes
of topping the group.

Denmark would still be in with a chance of winning the group if they draw or lose
but want to win before they face dangerous Hungary next week. Sweden's opponents
in the final round are the less imposing Albania at home.

"They (Denmark) are in the best position right now but we have got a big chance
and now we are going to get them," daily Aftonbladet quoted Ibrahimovic as saying.
"If we win, we've got a big chance of winning the group."

While Sweden have struggled to score, Denmark's troubles have been at the back
because of injuries. The Danes have fielded a different defence, including
a different goalkeeper, in every qualifier so far.

Liverpool defender Daniel Agger is likely to be back in the starting lineup for
Denmark on Saturday after being sidelined with back problems since the Sweden match
in June.

"It gives us a boost to have him back, and if nothing bad happens during the next
training sessions, then he'll be in the lineup (on Saturday)," said Denmark coach
Morten Olsen, who has some unfinished business from the last time the two sides met
in Copenhagen during a Euro 2008 qualifier.

That match, in June 2007, was abandoned in the closing stages after a fan attacked
referee Herbert Fandel after he awarded the visitors a penalty with the score at 3-3.

Sweden were later awarded a 3-0 victory by UEFA.

"The way I see it, we didn't lose that match. It ended 3-3," Olsen was quoted as
saying by Aftonbladet.

"In my eyes, we had the upper hand during the last 20 minutes. Then things happened
that we more or less could not control."

Probable teams:

Denmark: Thomas Sorensen; William Kvist, Daniel Agger, Simon Kjaer, Lars Jacobsen;
Christian Poulsen, Jakob Poulsen, Jon Dahl Tomasson; Dennis Rommedahl, Martin
Jorgensen, Nicklas Bendtner.

Sweden: Andreas Isaksson; Mikael Nilsson, Olof Mellberg, Daniel Majstorovic, Behrang
Safari; Kim Kallstrom, Rasmus Elm, Samuel Holmen, Anders Svensson; Zlatan Ibrahimovic,
Henrik Larsson.

Fotboll VM Kval 2009-10-10 Danmark vs Sverige Swedish PDTV XviD Avi (1 dvd)

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