Apart from a place in the semis, an added incentive for the Swedes is to avenge the 5-0 defeat to Serbia in 2006.
Sweden's coach Jörgen Lennartsson admitted to UEFA.Com that the "opportunity for revenge" might be an extra motivation for his side. "If it matters at all, it's as a form of inspiration. But the teams this time are completely different, both Serbia and Sweden," he said.
In Monday night's climax to Group B, Germany joined England in booking a place in the semi-finals, getting the point they needed in a 1-1 draw with England, who topped the group. Spain and Finland are out.
Kick-off this evening is 8.45pm