The final round of group games get underway on Saturday, with Group A's four sides all vying for a spot in the last eight.
Sweden joined the Republic of Ireland in exiting the tournament after just two matches, having gone down to England on Friday night.
Off the pitch, the Croatian FA are under investigation following accusations of racism from their supporters towards Italy striker Mario Balotelli.
All the goals and the best of the action as England come from behind to beat Sweden in Kiev.
France pick up their first win at a major tournament since World Cup 2006 with victory over co-hosts Ukraine.
A statement from the governing body says proceedings have been opened but don't specifically say if they are in relation to a banana found on the pitch (ITV).
The Sunderland midfielder believes that the 23-year-old would not be able to repeat his second-half strike against Sweden and admitted his frustration at going out of Euro 2012 (Goal).
The defender has a knee injury and is not expected to feature in his country's final Group A match (Soccerway).
The trio were believed to be on their way to protest at the game between the co-hosts and France, but were arrested by local authorities and released without explanation (Goal).
The Chelsea striker showed his true worth in the 4-0 win over Ireland. David Van Zanten pays tribute to worthy winners.
Mike Chiari looks at the players who will have a big role in whether the Czechs will make the knockout stages (Bleacher Report).
Paulo Bento looks set to keep the same Portugal XI for the fifth straight competitive game and Andy Brassell salutes the stablity and the attacking flexibility of that familiar lineup (UEFA).
Our daily look at the latest from the tournament, with Keith Downie and Thom Watt looking ahead to Saturday night's final games in Group A.
The players are ordered off the park by the referee following an electric storm in Donetsk.
David Schiavone, editor of Forza Italian Football, discusses the matches with Spain and Croatia, and cruel, cruel irony.
After Germany's second victory of the group stage, we caught up with Bundesliga Football's Stefan Bienkowski to discuss the match.
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- Football Talk: 64-team Champions League plans, Chick Young photobombing
- Where do Sweden go after their poor performance at Euro 2012
- Joseph Sexton on Spain's striking dilemma and accusations of boredom
- David Schiavone discusses Pirlo, Prandelli and a prolific striker
- Attempting to solve the problem of 'super' Mario Balotelli
- The case for the defence of the much derided 4-6-0 formation
- Italy well aware they have work to do at Euro 2012 despite final surprise
- Tracing Spain's evolution from untouchable brilliance to boredom
- England's Euro performance shows signs of promise for World Cup 2014
- Germany look to record first-ever competitive win over the Italians