Ukraine go into their final match of Group D with their fate in their own hands, knowing a victory over England will help them reach the quarter-finals.
The win over Sweden was tempered with a 2-0 reversal at the hands of France, meaning only a victory will guarantee Oleg Blokhin's team a place in the last eight.
We caught up with Ukrainian football writer Oleksandr Sereda, to discuss how his country has been perceived, his player of the tournament so far and his favourite moment from the legend that is Andrey Shevchenko.
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