Group D brings the first phase of Euro 2012 to a close on Tuesday evening with France needing just a point against the already eliminated Sweden in Kiev to progress to the last-eight.
But with Spain almost certain to top Group C, the French must equal England’s result in order to come out on top and avoid the world and reigning European champions in this weekend’s quarter-final games.
[one_half first][iconbox title=”Sweden” icon=”info.png”]Sweden have won 65%, drawn 10% and lost 25% of their last 20 games.
Sweden have conceded no more than 2 goals in 95% of their last 20 games.
Sweden have scored exactly 2 goals in 7 of their last 20 games, going on to win 6, draw 0 and lose 1 of these matches.[/iconbox][/one_half]
[iconbox title=”France Stats” icon=”info.png”]France have won 65%, drawn 35% and lost 0% of their last 20 games.
– France have kept a clean sheet in 55% of their last 20 games.
– France have scored no more than 1 goal in 50% of their last 20 games.[/iconbox]
Laurent Blanc’s side go into the game having lost just once in their last seven competitive games and could have Rennes midfielder Yann M’Vila in the starting XI ahead of the struggling Newcastle star Yohan Cabaye, while Gael Clichy is set to stay at left-back ahead of Patrice Evra.
Sweden coach Erik Hamren has no fresh injury problems as he sends his side out with just pride to play for following defeats to Ukraine and England so expect France to come out on top and send them home without a point to their name.
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