The race to top Group E has made an interesting start after Sweden's surprise draw with Spain, while Slovakia got one over on Poland.
Were it not for Marcus Berg's glaring miss, Sweden may well have picked up all three points in their opening game.
As it happens, they still head into their next fixture as favourites over Slovakia, despite the latter currently topping the table.
Slovakia's victory over 10-man Poland also came as a surprise, and they will now see the clash with Sweden as a huge opportunity for them to reach the last-16.
With a match against Spain still to come, Slovakia will be keen to earn at least a point, while anything less for Sweden would put pressure on them going into their final game with Poland.
The winner of Group E will face one of the third placed teams from Groups A/B/C or D, at 8PM on Tuesday 29 June, at Hampden Park.
The second placed side in Group E will play against the second placed team in Group D, which features England, Scotland, Croatia and Czech Republic. This game will take place at 5PM on Monday 28 June at the Parken Stadium, Copenhagen.
The final set of Group E fixtures will take place on Wednesday June 23, with Sweden playing Poland at the St Petersburg Stadium , whilst Slovakia will play against Spain at La Cartuja Stadium, Seville.
Both games will be played concurrently, kicking off at 5PM UK time, and both Poland and Spain may be eyeing up a third placed qualification spot, given their disappointing starts.
When is the match?
Sweden play Slovakia at the St Petersburg Stadium in their second Euro 2020 Group E match on Friday 18 June at 2PM UK time.
What channel is it on?
Fans in the UK will be able to watch the match live on BBC 1, with coverage starting from 1:45pm and kick-off scheduled for 2pm.
The fixture will also be available to stream via the BBC iPlayer.
For a full list of Euro 2020 fixtures, dates, times and broadcast listings, click here.
Sweden head coach Janne Andersson will be able to select both Dejan Kulusevski and Mattias Svanberg, after both players finished their periods of self-isolation following them contracting COVID-19.
Forward Kulusevski will likely start up front alongside Real Sociedad's Alexander Isak, who has reportedly drawn the attention of a number of Premier League clubs.
However, fullback Mikael Lustig is a doubt after coming off in his country's opener against Spain, with what appeared to be a groin injury.
Sweden : Olsen; Augustinsson, Danielson, Lindelof, Krafth; Larsson, Olsson, Ekdal, Forsberg; Isak, Kulusevski
Unlike Sweden, Stefan Tarkovic's Slovakia side have no major injury concerns, and they are expected to field an unchanged lineup.
Slovakia : Dubravka; Hubocan, Skrinar, Satka, Pekarik; Hromada, Kucka, Mak, Hamsik, Harasin; Duda
Despite Slovakia's victory against Poland, Sweden are favourites to win the game, with Alexander Isak 7/4 to score anytime and 17/4 to open the scoring with Grosvenor Casinos.
Sweden - 4/5
Draw - 49/20
Slovakia - 4/1
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