Doubts over Elmander and Elm for Sweden ahead of France clash

The duo missed training this morning ahead of Erik Hamren's team's final match of the Euro 2012, with the Blagult having lost both of their matches in Group D so far
Sweden have doubts over the fitness of Johan Elmander and Rasmus Elm, with both players facing a battle to be passed fit for their country's final match of Euro 2012 against France tomorrow evening.

The Galatasaray striker and the AZ Alkmaar midfielder both failed to take part in the Swedes' training session on Monday morning.

Elmander, who has scored 16 international goals, was given a rest as he returned to the starting line-up during Friday's 3-2 defeat by England having recovered from a broken foot sustained six weeks ago.

Markus Rosenberg started Sweden's first match against Ukraine ahead of Elmander, and could again be preferred against Les Bleus.

24-year-old Elm has suffered from a virus, and missed training in order to stay at the team hotel. Previously rumoured to be a target of Liverpool's, the playmaker has featured in both of Sweden's matches but was moved from central midfield to a wider position against England.