Paris Saint-Germain superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic is fit and should lead the line for the visitors.
Moldova, meanwhile, have won just two of their last 11 competitive games at home. Both of those victories were against San Marino and they have lost both of their home Euro 2016 qualifiers so far to Austria and Liechtenstein.
These two sides were in the same group for Euro 2012 qualifying as well, with Sweden triumphing 2-1 at home and 4-1 on their last trip to Chisinau. They also met in a friendly since then last year in Abu Dhabi which Sweden won 2-1 .
Form in Euro 2016 qualifying: LLDL
Form in all competitions: LLDLLD
Possible starting lineup: Cebanu; Armas, Epureanu, Golovatenco, Racu, Patras, Ioniţa, Gatcan, Cojocari, Dedov, Spataru
Form in Euro 2016 qualifying: DDWD
Form in all competitions: DWDLWL
Possible starting lineup: Isaksson; Antonsson, Olsson, Bengtsson, Ekdal, Larsson, Kallstrom, Ibrahimovic, Forsberg, Durmaz, Zengin
Sports Mole says: 1-2