"We've got the measure of them now, and that's an advantage," he said. "It's the last game before the World Cup now. Get behind us and we'll make it."
The 32-year-old Ibrahimovic will be hoping for more openings than he had on Friday night when Cristiano Ronaldo’s header ten minutes from time gave Portugal a 1-0 victory, their first over Sweden on home soil.
Sweden need at least a two-goal cushion if they are to make it through to next summer’s tournament in Brazil, although a 1-0 result would lead to extra-time and maybe even penalties.
The Friends Arena is a happy hunting ground at least for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who has scored ten goals there since it opened a year ago.