France know that a point would see them through to the knockout staged while Sweden only have pride to play for.
Erik Hamren’s men will be fuming with themselves after letting their winning positions slip in both of their matches of the tournament.
Should they have been able to see a game out and keep a lead, they would be in the quarter-finals.
Hamren’s men were 2-1 up against England and dominating the game but they ended up losing the match 3-2 which ended their hopes of a successful competition.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic was fantastic on Friday evening and would have been left frustrated that the players around him could not match his performance. He did not score in the game but was at the heart of everything good about Sweden on the night.
As for France, they had an impressive 2-0 victory over Ukraine, a result that will please Laurent Blanc and his side are now in pole position to reach the final eight.
Blanc’s men could be a big contender in Euro 2012 with their fast, attacking football. They will need to keep improving as the tournament goes on but will be delighted with their start to the European Championships.
Yohan Cabaye and Jeremy Menez were the two players on the score sheet last time out which shows goals are coming from all over the park. Cabaye is a massive player for France, he makes them tick and brings the front three into the game.
This is a match that Blanc will want his side to go out and win and win well to ensure they top the group.
It’s all set to be a fascinating evening in this competitive group, make sure you don’t miss the action.