Yohan Cabaye has trained with the rest of the squad after suffering a slight thigh problem and will be fit for Sweden on Tuesday.
Gael Clichy impressed having replaced Evra at left-back last time out and should keep his place, while Menez could also start after scoring against Ukraine.
Laurent Blanc could rotate his squad a little once again, with a draw enough to see them progress against a Sweden side who are already out.
Sweden already know their fate but will be keen to avoid going home without having picked up any points, where a point is all that France need to progress.
Blanc's side are, however, in the driving seat to win the group and will be keen to do so, knowing that Spain may well await the runners-up in the quarter finals.
Though pride can often be enough to spur a team on, along with wanting to avoid disappointing the fans, Sweden will have had the stuffing taken out of them after losing a lead against England and it's hard to see beyond les Bleus here.
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