England are even money with Sky Bet to take a giant step towards Euro 2012 quarter-final qualification with victory over Sweden on Friday night.
Roy Hodgson's side took a deserved point from their opening Group D clash against France, while Sweden let a one goal lead slip to go down 2-1 to co-hosts Ukraine.
England have a poor record against Sweden, having never beaten them in a competitive fixture, but a friendly win at Wembley last November will give the Three Lions confidence.
A Daniel Majstorovic own goal gave the home side a 1-0 win on that occasion and a repeat of that scoreline is available at 5/1.
England will be hoping not to rely on a Swedish gift this time round and will be hoping their strike duo of Ashley Young and Danny Welbeck can supplement their recent good performances with a goal.
Welbeck is 11/2 favourite with the online betting company to open the scoring for his country, while Manchester United teammate Young is 6/1 to find the first goal.
Hodgson will be hoping the United duo find their shooting boots as his side were the only team without any shots attempted by their strikers in the first round of group games.
Sweden need to win to have a realistic chance of progression and talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic is 7/1 to score the opening goal.
The draw is available at 23/10, but both sides will be desperate for a win, especially Erik Hamren's men, who are 14/5 to cause an upset and leave England win-less in Group D.