The Swedes are top of the group with four points, and are guaranteed to finish as one of the best third-placed teams at the tournament.
Should the Swedes lose and the other game end as a draw, then Sweden, Slovakia and Poland would be split for first to third place on results between the three teams.
As for Poland, they can finish second if they win and Slovakia vs Spain doesn't end as a draw.
Date, kick-off time and venue
Sweden vs Poland is scheduled for a 5pm BST kick-off on Wednesday, June 23, 2021.
The match will be held at Gazprom Arena in St Petersburg, Russia.
Where to watch Sweden vs Poland
TV channel: The match will be televised on ITV for free.
Live stream: UK viewers will be able to watch the match online via the ITV Hub.
Sweden vs Poland team news and lineups
Sweden: Olsen, Lustig, Lindelof, Danielson, Augustinsson, Sebastian Larsson, Olsson, Ekdal, Forsberg, Quaison, Isak
Subs: Bengtsson, Berg, Johnsson, Svensson, Helander, Sema, Krafth, Claesson, Jansson, Kulusevski, Nordfeldt, Cajuste
Poland: Szczesny, Bereszynski, Glik, Bednarek, Jozwiak, Krychowiak, Klich, Puchacz, Swiderski, Zielinski, Lewandowski
Subs: Dawidowicz, Kedziora, Kozlowski, Linetty, Skorupski, Rybus, Placheta, Frankowski, Fabianski, Kownacki, Swierczok, Helik
Lustig, Olsson (Sweden) and Jozwiak, Klich, Lewandowski, Moder (Poland) will miss the next match if they are booked.
Sweden vs Poland prediction
Sweden will clearly want to finish the group stage as strongly as possible, but Poland will be desperate for a result to take them through. Poland need a win, but we’re backing a draw as the most likely outcome.
Sweden 1-1 Poland
Head to head (h2h) history and results
Sweden wins: 8
Poland wins: 14
Betting odds and tips
Sweden to win: 37/20
Poland to win: 6/4
Robert Lewandowski to score anytime: 21/20
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