England v Ukraine, Donetsk, Tuesday, 7.45pm, live on ITV1
Sweden v France, Kiev, Tuesday, 7.45pm, live on ITV4
ENGLAND unleash Wayne Rooney on the Euros tonight – so what will be his response?
Will he score, will he behave, will he last 90 minutes? You can have a bet on some or all of them as Roomania hits Rookraine.
Rooney has been grinning from the sidelines as his team-mates have been off winning points on the pitch.
And boosted by the return of the Man United striker I expect Roy Hodgson's men to beat Ukraine and take their place in the last eight.
Doubts were cast about England's chances of making the top two in Group D with Rooney banned for the first two games.
But players such as Danny Welbeck, Andy Carroll and Theo Walcott have stepped up to the plate and Hodgson's side have performed better than expected so far.
The 1-1 draw with France was the kind of display we've come to expect from Hodgson sides but the one against Sweden wasn't.
It was a thriller – the best second half of the tournament so far – and England ran out deserved 3-2 victors.
So all they need against co-hosts Ukraine tonight is a draw but they can beat a side who looked poor in their 2-0 defeat to France.
There is no doubt Rooney to score first at a best 11-2 with BetVictor, Coral and others will be the most popular punt – but will he hit the ground running?
After a couple of weeks on the sidelines he may need time to get going and is unlikely to last the whole game. Ladbrokes offer 7-2 Rooney is subbed and it's a fair chance. To score at any time he's 6-4 at bodog.
Rooney is likely to be partnered by Welbeck (15-2, Stan James) and he has to be worth a look after his strike against the Swedes. Welbeck is 4-6 at Ladbrokes to start at the expense of Andy Carroll (11-10).
And what about skipper Steven Gerrard who has yet to break his Euro 2012 duck but went close against the Swedes. He is 12-1 at unibet to break the deadlock and 9-2 at Betred to score at anytime.
The Three Lions have come out on top in three of the other four encounters – conceding two goals in the process – and Hodgson's men are 11-4 with the likes of Paddy Power and Skybet to win to nil.
In the other Group D France also need a draw but again I'm on them to beat a Sweden side already out of the tournament.
To net at any time it's Benzema (6-4, Blue Square) and Giroud (2-1, Betfred).
Sweden have scored in their two games so far and can do so again so look at both to net at 10-11 with William Hill.
Rooney to be subbed
Gerrard to score
Giroud to score
Both to score France v Sweden
(10-11, William Hill)