THE TEAMS! England: Hart, Johnson, Cole, Terry, Lescott, Gerrard, Young, Milner, Parker, Carroll, Welbeck SUBS: Green, Butland, Kelly, Baines, Jones, Jagielka, Walcott, Henderson, Downing, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Defoe. Sweden: Isaksson, Mellberg, Granqvist, M. Olsson, J. Olsson, Elm, Larsson, Svensson, Kallström, Ibrahimovic, Elmander SUBS: Wiland, Hansson, Lustig, Antonsson, Safari, Wernbloom, Holmen, Bajrami, Wilhelmsson, Hysen, Toivonen, Rosenberg.
Just to confirm, England make only one alteration, Andy Carroll taking the place of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. That means Ashley Young, who had played up front against France, moves out to the left wing with Caroll assuming his usual position up front.
"Hopefully England don't stick with flat 4-2-2 for the whole game. Be flexible and switch to 4-3-3 at times with Young wide left and Welbeck wide right, dropping Milner into the middle."
It is a quick turnaround in games thanks to that freak weather over Donetsk, but we're in the warmer, rain-free climate of Kiev now. The players are on their way out of the tunnel and in just a few minutes, England's second game of Euro 2012 will be coming at ya, like Cleopatra.
KICK-OFFSweden v England 20:00
Andy Carroll's second action is to give away another free-kick for a late tackle. Bit over-enthusiastic from the big striker.
It has been a very broken opening to the game with both sides giving away cheap free-kicks. England make their way into the Sweden half for the first time but the ball for Ashley Young is a bit too strong and it runs through to Swedish keeper Andreas Isaksson.
England push into Sweden territory as good play from James Milner releases Ashley Cole. He is forced to check, though, and the chance to strike evaporates. England feeling their way into the game, looking to hold on to possession and build slowly.
First effort in anger goes to England and it is from an unlikely source. Scott Parker tries a shot from 25 yards and it is goalbound but Andreas Isaksson dives to his left to claw the ball away from goal.