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Joel Ekstrand has become a key part of Watford’s defence after signing on loan from Udinese

Joel Ekstrand: Ice-cool Swede keeping calm over Watford's big day in the Championship

The defender can help his side reach Premier League today – but that’s fun not daunting, he tells Jack Pitt-Brooke

Merseyside Derby: Brendan Rodgers happy for Liverpool to embrace Fair Play route to Europe

Manager denies playing down desire for Europa League qualification

Kastellholmen, Stockholm Archipelago

Why not study in Sweden?

More young Brits are choosing to do their degrees in Sweden than ever before. There's a reason for that, says Catherine Adams; it's a much better place to live and learn

Too Swedish? The Volvo S60 R-Design

Don’t like the taste of Swedes? Well neither does Volvo's new Chinese owner

Are Volvos too Swedish? They are, according to Li Shufu, head of the Chinese firm that bought the car manufacturer in 2010. He told a TV interview that the interiors “feel too Scandinavian”, and the management’s a bit Swedish, too, whatever that means. Volvo’s PR team has swung into action to insist Mr Shufu’s comments got lost in translation, but maybe he’s onto something. Here, Trending presents a handy guide to what is and isn’t  “too Scandinavian”.

Magnus Olsson has died in Spain after suffering a stroke at the age of 64

Sailing: Magnus Olsson dies in Spain, age 64

Magnus Olsson has died in Spain after suffering a stroke at the age of 64. He had previously survived two heart attacks, which are not thought to be connected to the stroke.

Abba's Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Anderson are teaming up with Avicii for Sweden's 2013 Eurovision entry

How could they ever refuse? ABBA's Benny and Bjorn to pen Sweden's Eurovision track

They won Eurovision with their hit “Waterloo” in 1974 and now ABBA’s two frontmen will help pen Sweden’s entry for this year’s contest.

Puritan made: The drive to hard work powered the Thatcher and Blair eras

The Protestant work ethic: Heaven knows I'm miserable now

It really does exist, and as jobs disappear, grafters are having to rethink their work-life balance

DVD & Blu-ray review: Call the Midwife: Series 2 (12)

Various directors DVD/Blu-ray (355mins)

Wayne Rooney: Showed glimpses of what United were missing against Real Madrid, but ultimately lost his grip on the game. 6

'There is only one club to sign for': Zlatan Ibrahimovic urges Wayne Rooney to consider PSG switch

Manchester United striker has been linked with a switch away from Old Trafford

Back to the drawing board: Draw Something 2 hopes to win back users

Can 'Draw Something 2' save the app from death?

When Omgpop, the company behind digital Pictionary game Draw Something, sold out to Zynga last year, it promptly gained and then shed millions of users as people briefly spent their bus journeys trying to draw The Importance of Being Earnest with their index finger. It once had 13m daily users, but now the figure is just 1m.

Ireland player Jonathan Walters looks dejected at the end of Ireland's 2-2 draw with Austria

Giovanni Trapattoni insists Republic of Ireland are still in hunt for 2014 World Cup qualification

Austria scored a late equaliser last night to dent their chances

Untrained GPs blamed for 2,000 child deaths

Incentive payments encourage GPs to closely monitor adult patients – but not children

'Ungoogleable' removed from list of Swedish words after row over definition with Google

California based search engine giant asked Swedish to amend definition

Ireland striker Robbie Keane

World Cup qualifier Sweden v Republic of Ireland match preview

A look ahead to tonight’s Group C fixture in Stockholm

Giovanni Trapattoni gestures during his side’s 6-1 defeat to Germany

Giovanni Trapattoni backs Republic of Ireland spirit over flair ahead of Sweden test

Republic of Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni is convinced his team's strong spirit makes up for their lack of individual flair.

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