- Euro 2012
Shevchenko doubt for England clash
Ukraine face a major selection headache ahead of Tuesday's final group encounter with England, as captain Andriy Shevchenko missed Sunday's training session with a knee injury.
Shevchenko, 35, had been a doubt for his side's tournament opener against Sweden, but led his side to victory with a fine brace as Ukraine emerged victorious.
However, with blows to his knee sustained in both games, Shevchenko is now rated doubtful for Tuesday's decisive Group D encounter.
A spokesman for the Ukraine Football Association said: "Andriy suffered a kick to his knee during the second half against Sweden and then another kick in the same area against France.
"He is unable to train today and I would say he is doubtful for Tuesday. He has seen the doctor and is now having treatment. We hope he can still take part but I repeat, he is doubtful.''
Ukraine currently lie third in Group D on three points, behind France and England, who have four points from their two matches, and must win to progress or hope for a French defeat.
However, Sweden find themselves bottom of the group, yet to win a point from their two fixtures.