Sweden have announced three changes to their team to face England in Kiev on Friday.
Erik Hamren's men know they will become the second team to be eliminated from Euro 2012 if they lose the contest.
And that has seen Hamren make changes in defence, midfield and attack following their disappointing 2-1 loss to Ukraine on Monday.
Mikael Lustig has been axed at right-back after enduring a torrid time against Yevhen Konoplyanka last time out so a defensive reshuffle is required.
Andreas Granqvist moves from the centre of defence to allow West Brom's Jonas Olsson to return to the team.
Forwards Ola Toivonen and Markus Rosenberg also make way to accommodate veteran midfielder Anders Svensson and Johan Elmander up front.
Both players are familiar with English opposition as Svensson had a four-year stay with Southampton from 2001 to 2005, while Elmander remains Bolton's record signing in their history.
Sweden: Isaksson; Granqvist, Mellberg, Olsson (J), Olsson (M); Svensson, Kallstrom; Larsson, Ibrahimovic, Elm; Elmander.