We take a look at the players you should consider for your team
Goalkeeper - Hugo Lloris (France)
Hugo Lloris has conceded just one goal in the first two games of Euro 2012, earning three fantasy football points.
The French are up against a demoralised Swedish team and are unlikely to allow their opponents the same careless openings that England gifted them.
At £8.5m on Fantasy League Classic, Lloris is great value to keep a clean sheet this evening.
Defender - Mathieu Debuchy (France)
Mathieu Debuchy, valued at £9m, has impressed in his first two matches at the tournament.
Defensively he looks secure and provides the added dimension of being a darting threat going forward.
Sweden's shaky back four have been exposed by their inability to deal with crosses, so Debuchy is a good bet to add an assist to his three fantasy football points.
Midfielder - Steven Gerrard (England)
Steven Gerrard continues to prove that he's one of England's most potent threats.
He's scored four Fantasy League points already during the Euros thanks to two assists and it would be unwise to bet against someone with his scoring record not to pick up a goal of his own.
At £11.5m, the England captain could have a definitive say in whether England progress through to the quarter-finals this evening.
Attacking Midfielder - Andriy Yarmolenko (Ukraine)
The 22-year-old is widely tipped to be Andriy Shevchenko's heir in his homeland.
Even if Shevchenko does make the starting 11, Andriy Yarmolenko could prove to be Ukraine's greatest attacking threat against England with his ability to both create and score goals.
He's valued at £8.5m, which could prove a bargain if England were to be upset tonight.
Striker - Danny Welbeck (England)
Danny Welbeck has played well in England's first two games, scoring a dramatic winner and three fantasy football points against Sweden last time out.
Welbeck and the returning Wayne Rooney developed a dangerous partnership for Manchester United last season, so expect the £11m forward to pose a real threat against a Ukraine defence that struggled to contain the French attack.