Euro 2012, Group D, Monday, Kiev, 7.45pm
UKRAINE are keen to get off to a flier but like fellow co-hosts Poland may have to settle for an opening draw.
On paper there is little between two teams who are more workmanlike than spectacular and could cancel each other out in a low-scoring draw. Under 2.25 goals pays 4-5 with BetVictor.
Sweden are often regarded as a one-man team and for sure Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the man to consider for a goal. He is 11-5 at Betfred to net at any time and 6-1 with William Hill and others to score first.
Ibrahimovic netted 28 goals for AC Milan last season but is likely to play off frontman Ola Toivenen in a role that has found him more effective for his country and it was from that position he netted five goals in qualifiers.
With Andriy Shevchenko not getting any younger, Ukraine's new star is Dynamo Kiev winger Andrei Yarmolenko who has netted six goals in his last 10 internationals.
Yarmolenko to score
(3-1, Paddy Power)
Under 2.25 goals