Steven Gerrard is set to play in his 100th game when England take on Sweden in a friendly at the Swedbank Arena in Stockholm.
Gerrard will become the sixth player to reach the milestone in English soccer history, including teammate Ashley Cole who accomplished the feat last month.
The English captain told the BBC that he was "slightly nervous" ahead of the game, but felt he still had more to offer the team as he added tha the had a "few chapters still to write" for England.
The midfielder has scoed 19 times for his country. He made his international debut against the Ukraine in 2000 and was called up for the squad in Euro 2000.
Gerrard scored his first goal in the historic 5-1 win over Germany in qualifying for the 2002 World Cup, although he missed the tournament due to injury. He did play in the 2006 and 2010 World Cups, scoring twice in each tournament.
England visits Sweden with many of its top player injured, including Wayne Rooney and Theo Walcott.