Sweden makes 2 changes to lineup for France game
Sweden made two changes to the lineup for the country's final European Championship match against France.
The Swedes, who have already been eliminated, stuck to their habit of announcing their starting 11 nine hours before kickoff Tuesday night. France will have plenty of time to make any adjustments, needing only a draw to advance to the quarterfinal.
Sweden will start with Ola Toivonen up front in place of Johan Elmander, who is sidelined with a right foot fracture. Emir Bajrami will make his debut at the tournament on the left wing in place of Rasmus Elm, who is ill and struggling with a knee problem.
The rest of the lineup remains unchanged from Sweden's 3-2 loss against England. Sweden will head straight to Kiev's airport after Tuesday's match.