They'll be tough to beat, but they'll struggle to make the quarter-finals
Sweden qualified for Euro 2012 via the side door, as the best runner-up from the nine groups meaning they avoided the dreaded play-offs.
They averaged just over three goals per game, but did score 16 of those in three games against San Marino and Finland.
The Swedes like to play counter-attacking football and use two holding midfielders in front of the defence, which allows the other four attackers, and the full-backs, plenty of opportunity to attack.
Star Man - Zlatan Ibrahimovic
AC Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic, arguably Sweden's only World Class player, has taken up a new position for his country in recent months.
The 30-year-old, who has 29 goals in 75 caps, often found himself isolated when playing up front on his own, and now operates in a more withdrawn role behind former Bolton man Johan Elmander.
He scored five goals in eight games in qualifying and is still the man to watch.
One to Watch - Ola Toivonen
Ola Toivonen scored an impressive 24 goals in 48 games for PSV Eindhoven this season.
The 25-year-old plays as a withdrawn striker for the Dutch Eredivisie side but, with Ibrahimovic taking that role for Sweden, he is shifted to a wider role for his country.
He can take penalties, scored two goals in qualifying and certainly should not be overlooked.
Goals scored in qualifying: 31 in games
Goals conceded in qualifying: 11
Top scorer: Five - Ibrahmovic
Most assists: Seven - Kallstrom
Most attempts on target: 18 - Ibrahimovic