You'd be forgiven for thinking that, given the effort their propaganda outlets (RT, Sputnik, Breitbart, InfoWars, et al) make at badmouthing us, but realistically, the geopolitical situation make it more plausible that Georgia, the Ukraine, the Baltic states and possibly even Finland are all ahead of us on their invasion shortlist.
The Finns are very careful about not poking the bear though, and seldom get the kind of flack we do in Russian controlled media. Our politicians are more outspoken and seldom miss a chance to criticise Russia when they violate international law, and that seems to annoy them.
Nevertheless, if Russia were to attack us, they'd probably have to take Finland first, for strategic reasons. If they invade Sweden,without first securing Finland, an attack on St Petersburg, Russia's second city could easily be launched from Finnish soil. And either way, an attack on either of us would be an attack on the EU, so they'd have to expect the ire of all of Western Europe. That's why they were so keen on helping the brexiteers; breaking up the EU would increase the power of Russia.