Tune in at 2:45 PM ET as Sweden takes on England. Rob Sturney will be liveblogging for your enjoyment.
I'm Rob Sturney here with the Group D match between Sweden and England, fifteen minutes later than originally scheduled because of the 55 minute rain and lightning delay in Donetsk.
In Donetsk, France leads Ukraine 2-0 with just over ten minutes to go. We're in Kiev or Kyev, if you like, to see if Roy Hodgson replacing Oxlade-Chamberlain with Carroll is a good idea.
England has a point for the draw with France. Sweden is pointless. No, that's not a pun. Erik Hamren has made three changes to the side to prevent both meanings of that word.
Lineups: Sweden: Isaksson, M. Olsson, J. Olsson, Granqvist, Mellberg; Elm, Kallstrom, Larsson, Svensson; Ibra, Elmander
England: Hart, Lescott, Terry, Cole, Johnson; Gerrard, Parker, Milner, Young; Welbeck, Carroll
So, Carroll will place the traditional centre-forward role as an aerial threat with Welbeck playing off of him. Young and Milner will whip in the crosses.
The Blagult have switched Granqvist to right back. Jonas Olsson comes in as centreback. This is because Lustig is out with a hip injury.
Toivonen has dropped to the bench in favour of Svensson. Elmander has replaced Rosenberg, possibly at the request of Ibra, who really didn't get much service versus Ukraine.
Sweden's Euro history essentially starts in 1992 when they hosted the tournament. They finished ahead of eventual winners Denmark in their group and lost in the semis to Germany. That's their highlight.
England also lost to Germany in the semis of the Euro they hosted in 1996. They missed Austria-Switzerland. Their highlight in the tournament is beating the USSR in 1968 to take third place.
The Ukraine v France game is just going into three minutes of extra time. France will lead the group with 4 points. Goals for Menez and Cabaye in that affair.
Never argue with either a psychic or a psychotic penguin, I say.
Hopefully we'll still get to hear the anthems, "God Save the Queen" and "Du Gamla, Du Fria" before the match.
I looks like England is in their change kit of blue, grey-blue etc. Sweden must be in their traditional yellow jerseys and royal blue shorts.
Isaksson is in a very light blue-grey kit. Joe Hart is all red, I think.
Andy Carroll and Ibra are having a topknot competition.
I think he's not crazy about Sweden's "Thou Ancient, Thou Free" song.
"God Save the Queen" first. Boisterous and regal, as always.
Now Mellberg rustles his beard in singing "Du Gamla, Du Fria" with gusto.
Righto, so England's kit is navy blue with sky blue trim. Joe Hart is clad in all red.
Yes, fifteen minutes to compensate for the 55 minute delay in the Ukraine 0 - 2 France game.
Niklas, my Swedish is limited to "Katten springer under bussen"
England will attack from right to left in this half. Right to left. Sweden kick us off.