No defensive mistakes against Germany
Sweden manager Erik Hamrén told the nation's media on Saturday that his team must be 100 percent in its defending if it was to have any chance of avoiding defeat against Germany in Tuesday's World Cup qualifier in Berlin.
Sweden came from behind to beat minnows the Faroe Islands 2-1 on Friday thanks to an assist and winner from talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but despite the poor performance, Hamrén says the psychology will be different in Berlin.
"Against Germany we have everything to win, against the Faroe Islands we had everything to lose."
Germany thrashed the Republic of Ireland 6-1 in Dublin on Friday to restore belief in the camp after a disappointing end to Euro 2012. Germany top Group C.
Sweden striker Johan Elmander, who missed Friday's qualifier with a foot injury, took part in training on Saturday.
In November 2010, Sweden drew 0-0 against Germany in a friendly in Gothenburg.