SportFootball Everything you need to know ahead of the Euro 2020 game: Daily Briefing A place in the last eight at Euro 2020 will be available on Tuesday night as Sweden and Ukraine meet in the final round of 16. The Scandinavian side have yet to lose a game at the tournament and have kept a clean sheet in their first two group matches, losing to Poland...
A place in the last eight at Euro 2020 will be available on Tuesday night as Sweden and Ukraine meet in the final round of 16.
The Scandinavian side have yet to lose a game in the tournament and kept a clean sheet in their first two group matches, losing only twice to Poland after progress had already been secured - and they still won that match late on to secure first place.
Their organisation and clinical edge, when it matters, has impressed, and there is a feeling that Sweden could be the real dark horses of the tournament after Turkey and Poland come out early.
Ukraine do not have that aura, but have shown Holland that they can put up a good fight if their side underestimate them, although their only win so far was over Northern Macedonia, and Andriy Shevchenko's side will need to add to their momentum to continue their summer adventure.
Here's everything you need to know before you play.
When's the match?
The game kicks off at 8pm BST on Tuesday 29 June in Glasgow.
Where can I see it?
The match will be broadcast live on BBC One and can be streamed via BBC iPlayer.
What's the team's news?
Sweden need to call to find out who Alexander Isak's partner is. in attack, and Dejan Kulusevski may have improved his chances of winning thanks to a powerful and creative play in Sweden's last game. Otherwise, the team mostly picks itself.
Ukraine's Oleksandr Zubkov remains injured. Andriy Shevchenko must decide whether Taras Stepanenko or Serhiy Sidorchuk will anchor his midfield.
SWE - Olsen; Lustig, Lindelof, Danielson, Augustinsson; Larsson, Ekdahl, Olsson, Forsberg; Isak, Kulusevski
UKR - Buschan; Karavaev, Zabarniy, Matvienko, Mykolenko; Stepanenko, Shaparenko, Zinchenko; Yarmolenko, Yaremchuk, Malinovskiy
Sweden - 6/4
The draw is 9/4.
Ukraine - 40 / 29
The most organised defence to win the day - and judging by the results of their first three matches, it will be Sweden. If they score first, it will be very difficult for Ukraine. Sweden v Ukraine 1: 0 .