The final day of group play will take place Tuesday, with Group D leaders France taking on Sweden and England facing off against tournament co-host Ukraine. The winner of Group D will oppose Italy, the runner-up of Group C, while the runner-up of Group D will face off against reigning champion Spain, the winner of Group C.
Below are some notes on the game, as well as info on where to watch.
England v. Ukraine – 2:45 pm EST – Donbass Arena, Ukraine
TV: Available on ESPN (coverage begins at 2:30 pm EDT)
Online: Available on ESPN3.com
Wayne Rooney returns to the pitch for England after being suspended for the first two matches due to a red card given in a qualifying match. Andriy Shevchenko has two goals to his name thus far, and could be an X-factor this afternoon.
England can advance to the knockout round with a win or draw, whereas the Ukraine needs a win to stay alive.
France v. Sweden – 2:45 pm EST – Kiev Olympic Stadium, Ukraine
TV: Available on ESPN2 (coverage begins at 2:30 pm EST)
Online: Available on ESPN 3
Franck Ribéry, who has thus far been cold on offense with just a single assist, is the Frenchman to watch this afternoon due to his explosive attack on the French wing.
While Sweden has already been eliminated from the tournament, the French can clinch the group with a win and can advance with a draw.
Group D Standings (Wins-Losses-Draws):
France – 4pts (1-0-1)
England – 4pts (1-0-1)
Ukraine – 3pts (1-1-0)
Sweden – 0pts (0-2-0)