Good afternoon and welcome to Eurosport's LIVE coverage of the Euro 2016 Group E clash between Republic of Ireland and Sweden. We'll bring you all the goals and action as it happens at the Stade de France. Kick-off: 17.00.

Euro / Group Stage
Stade de France / 13.06.2016
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Graham Ruthven
Graham Ruthven
Updated 13/06/2016 at 17:52 GMT
That result doesn't really help either side in their efforts to make it into the last 16. Ireland will be disappointed that they couldn't see out the win, but a draw was probably the fairest result. It was a scrappy affair, certainly not a classic, but well contested.
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FULL-TIME: Republic of Ireland 1-1 Sweden
One last chance? Ireland have a freekick and an opportunity to lump the ball into the Swedish penalty area. But the team in yellow are organised at the back and repel the delivery.
Now it's Ireland who have the ball, but they have been pegged back, playing it all the way back to Randolph. Is there a chance that they are now holding for what they have?
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Three minutes of stoppage time to be played at the end of the second half.
But for the moment it's Sweden who are pressing, looking for the goal that would give them the win to start their campaign. Randolph is having to punch away crosses into his box.
Keane has hardly had a touch of the ball since coming on. Can Ireland get possession to him in these final few moments? Can they create one last chance to take all three points?
Although that's not to say that there has been much in the way of quality. It has been rather scrappy, although that might be the design of the Irish. They like to play this way.
Can either side find a winner in these final few moments? Both teams are taking it in turns to attack. It has taken time to come to the boil, this match is now an end-to-end affair.
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Republic of Ireland sub: James McCarthy OFF, Aiden McGeady ON.
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IBRAHIMOVIC INCHES AWAY! Olsson once again does well to get down the left side and fizzes a low cross into the striker. But he can't make a connection and the chance is gone.
Whilst it certainly was surprising to see Keane come on for Ireland as they look for a goal, it was somewhat surprising to see Hoolahan come off. He had been their best player.
Olsson has been a real threat down the left side for Sweden in this second half. His crosses into the box have given Ireland plenty to think about at the back. The left-back has come on to a game.
On comes Keane and Republic of Ireland are going to have a real go at this now. He is the country's top goalscorer. All he needs is one chance. Can Ireland create one in the final 10 minutes?
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Republic of Ireland sub: Wes Hoolahan OFF, Robbie Keane ON.
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YELLOW CARD: Glenn Whelan (Republic of Ireland)
Hoolahan has been excellent for Republic of Ireland today. He took his goal really well, but more than that, everything that the Irish have done against Sweden has come through him.
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