(Sporting Alert) — Sweden are already out of Euro 2012, but promises to end the tournament with a win when they take on France in their final Group D game night.

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The Swedes were beaten by Ukraine and England in their opening two games and will be looking for gain some pride against the French who are looking to top the group.

France and England are both on four points in the group.

Sweden vs France

Sweden: Isaksson, Granqvist, Mellberg, Jonas Olsson, Martin Olsson, Svensson, Kallstrom, Larsson, Ibrahimovic, Bajrami, Toivonen

Subs: Wiland, Lustig, Elm, Elmander, Hysen, Antonsson, Wernbloom, Safari, Holmen, Wilhelmsson, Rosenberg, Hansson

France: Lloris, Debuchy, Rami, Mexes, Clichy, Nasri, Diarra, M’Vila, Ben Arfa, Ribery, Benzema

Subs: Mandanda, Evra, Cabaye, Valbuena, Giroud, Matuidi, Reveillere, Menez, Malouda, Martin, Koscielny, Carrasso

Referee: Pedro Proenca (Portugal)

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