The 55-year-old coach has picked a host of young players for the match against the Three Lions and talked up the future of the national team
The Scandinavians entertain Roy Hodgson’s men in their first match at the New Friends Arena on November 14 and the 55-year-old will look to use a host of relatively untried players for the game.
There are call-ups for Udinese striker Mathias Ranegie, Ajax’s Tobias Sana as well as Malmo pair Jiloan Hamad and Pontus Jansson and Hamren was quick to talk up their international credentials at a press conference.
“I see quality, attitude and future,” Hamren told reporters.
Sweden are currently sat in second place in Group C of World Cup qualification and host Republic of Ireland on March 22.
|Par Hansson||Helsingborgs IF|
|Pontus Jannson||Malmo FF|
|Jonas Olsson||West Brom|
|Martin Olsson||Blackburn Rovers|
|Rasmus Elm||CSKA Moscow|
|Jiloan Hamad||Malmo FF|
|Samuel Holmen||Istanbul BB|
|Kim Kallstrom||Spartak Moscow|
|Anders Svensson||IF Elfsborg|
|Pontus Wembloom||CSKA Moscow|
|Zlatan Ibrahimovic||Paris Saint-Germain|