'WE'RE 100% GOING TO WIN': THIS IS HOW THE NATION FEELS ABOUT THE ENGLAND VS SWEDEN WORLD CUP MATCH

JAMES IS FROM SWITZERLAND, BUT IS IN BIRMINGHAM FOR THE WEEK VISITING FAMILY AND PLANS TO WATCH THE MATCH IN A LOCAL PUB WITH HIS COUSIN.

WE'RE ALSO HIRING MORE REPORTERS OUT OF LONDON, STARTING IN BIRMINGHAM.

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Scott Swallow, 41, who lives in Ward End, is looking forward to the match and is confident about England's chances.

England’s dramatic penalty shoot-out win over Colombia on Tuesday was emotional - to say the least - and now, only Sweden stand between the team and a place in the World Cup semi-finals.  So, how is the nation feeling...

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