Make sure the batteries on your calculator are in good condition, they might be needed. Sweden take on Poland in their final Group E game and top the group with four points. The other group match sees Spain up against Slovakia. Sweden have four points from their two games, having drawn with Spain and then beating Slovakia. If they avoid defeat in this match then they will go through to the last sixteen. It'll get really confusing if they lose this match and the other game is drawn, then it'll be goal difference that decides the top three with Spain in fourth. Sweden are yet to concede a goal in this tournament but have only scored one of their own and that was a penalty when beating Slovakia. They are unbeaten in their last seven internationals so have a good amount of momentum going into this match. In those seven games, they have only conceded one goal and five of the matches have had under 2.5 goals scored in them.
Poland got off to a poor start in this group with a 2-1 loss to Slovakia. That was followed by a come from behind 1-1 draw with Spain so it's not hard to work out who are the form team in this match. With just one point from two games, they really need to win this match. Only one of their last nine games has been won, that was a 3-0 home win over Andorra, so not the most confidence breeding result. Five games have been played without a win since then. Both teams have scored in each of those matches but can they get a goal against the Swedes? Sweden know a draw will take them into the last sixteen so why be adventurous in this game? Go for under 2.5 goals to be scored in this match with a side bet on a draw.