Sweden have no injury news ahead of their make-or-break game against England, but have a number of options if they decide to change things up, with Svensson and Elmander amongst those hoping to come into the side.
The former Bolton striker is getting back to full fitness and could be in contention to take Markus Rosenberg's place up front.
Jonas Olsson could also come into the side, moving Andreas Granqvist to right-back, with Lustig dropping to the bench.
With Wayne Rooney still suspended, England could start with the same XI that picked up a draw against France.
That would mean another start for 18 year-old Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on the left side of the midfield, though recent reports have suggested Andy Carroll may take his place in a 4-4-2 formation, with Young moving to the left.
Danny Welbeck lead the line well and will have more support if Carroll does start against Sweden.
With Rooney returning and a shoe-in to start the final group game against Ukraine, England's attacking players will be playing for their place in the line-up for that game, and a goal for any of them could be vital in that sense.
In their first Euro 2012 game, England had fewer shots than any other team managed, mustering only 5 attempts on goal. However, their performance was a dogged and committed one which deserves more credit than that statistic suggests. At times they played some good football and could take a lot from that game, as well as having a point to show for their efforts.
Sweden, meanwhile, have nothing to show for their work against Ukraine, having thrown away a lead which they were well placed to hold on to. They showed their weakness though, with Shevchenko scoring 2 headers - something that England may well look to exploit.
Neither side had the best of starts to Euro 2012 but this is a new game and the sides' last result will count for very little. On paper England probably have the better players, but Sweden have a truly world class player in Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is capable of a moment of magic. While he may well score, England should have enough to subject the Swedes to a second Euro 2012 defeat.
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