Ukraine and Sweden – the final two teams to make their bow in this summer’s Euro 2012 tournament – meet in Monday’s late kick-off in Kiev.
With fellow Group D opponents France and England favourites to qualify, both sides will be desperate to get three points on the board.
Co-hosts Ukraine have been in decent form of late, despite losing their last two warm-up games.
In the six games prior to those defeats by Austria and Turkey, Oleh Blokhin’s side were unbeaten, with the squad members from Ukrainian Premier Division runners-up Dynamo Kiev contributing more than their fair share.
Midfielder Oleh Gusev has four goals in his last four games – plus penalty duties in his favour – and is 4/1 to score at any time against the Swedes.
However, it is forward Andriy Yarmolenko who has really been catching the eye in recent games.
Yarmolenko, who is attracting interest from some top European clubs, managed five international goals last season, on top of his 12 at domestic level.
The 22-year-old is 6/1 to get the first goal in Kiev, meaning punters who use their free £25 bet for registering on this selection will see a return of £175 if he gives his team the lead.
Yarmolenko can also be backed to score at any time at odds of , while Gusev is available at .
Alternatively, if you think the co-hosts will start the game nervously, you might be tempted to back Sweden to take the lead.
Their talisman is the enigmatic Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who, on his day, could lay claim to being one of the most talented strikers in Europe.
The AC Milan man is the 11/2 favourite to open the scoring this evening or to score at any time.
But with Sweden coach Erik Hamren deploying him in a deeper position in recent matches – and Ukraine likely to follow Poland’s example by starting on the front foot – Yarmolenko and Gusev provide the value options in the goalscorer markets.
Oleh Gusev to score at any time @ 4/1
Andriy Yarmolenko to score first @ 6/1
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