ST PETERSBURG (Reuters) - Sweden play Switzerland in a World Cup round of 16 match in St Petersburg on Tuesday.
Where: St Petersburg Stadium
When: Tuesday July 3, 1700 local (1400 GMT/1000 ET)
Referee: Damir Skomina (Slovenia)
* Switzerland’s two draws and one win in Group E was the first time the team have gone unbeaten in the group stages of a World Cup since 2006.
* Group F winners Sweden have now progressed to the last 16 in all of their World Cup appearances since 1990.
* The Swiss have scored at least once in six of their last seven World Cup matches.
* Sweden’s 3-0 win over Mexico was their biggest World Cup victory since their 4-0 trouncing of Bulgaria in 1994.
* Defender Andreas Granqvist is the first Swede to score two or more goals in a single World Cup campaign since Henrik Larsson scored three in the 2002.
* Switzerland have lost one of their last 25 matches, a 2-0 defeat by Portugal in October.
* The Swiss last reached the quarter-finals at their home World Cup in 1954 while Sweden reached the semi-finals in 1994.
* Sweden have won three of their five World Cup meetings with Switzerland, with the Swiss winning the other two.
* Swiss duo Stephan Lichtsteiner and Fabian Schar are both suspended, while Sweden will be without injured midfielder Sebastian Larsson.
* The winner of the match will face either Colombia or England in the quarter-finals.
Previous meetings: The European rivals have faced each other 27 times, with both winning 10 games each and seven ending in a draw, including their most recent meeting in a friendly international in 2002 and their last competitive meeting at the European Championships in 1995.
Compiled by Simon Jennings in St Petersburg; Editing by Hugh Lawson