Laurent Blanc says he is not taking Sweden lightly as he looks to guide France into the knockout stages.
Les Bleus need a draw to ensure their quarter-final place, and face a Sweden side who will finish bottom of the group and have not beaten France since 1969.
France followed up a 1-1 draw against England with a 2-0 success over co-hosts Ukraine to top the group and France boss Blanc has called for focus heading into tonight's clash.
"There is the fear you might take your eye off the ball, so it is up to us to be very serious in the way we prepare," he said.
"We need to be aware of what we need to achieve. We were very happy after the Ukraine game.
"We are playing against a side who have not qualified but they will still go out to win. We must not underestimate Sweden."
The recent triumph against Ukraine was France's first win at a major tournament since the semi-final of the 2006 World Cup, when they beat Portugal.
But they are serious contenders in Poland and Ukraine having gone on a 23-match unbeaten run under Blanc, who said midfielder Yohan Cabaye is a slight doubt for the Sweden clash.
"The more games you play the more pressure you feel," said the coach. "You need to be able to manage it well.
"This is the last game in the group stage and it is always going to be decisive.
"I think we are very well prepared in terms of fitness. We are also getting better technically. The players are all prepared to play all three games."
Captain Hugo Lloris echoed his coach's sentiments, hailing their efforts so far but demanding they do not underestimate Sweden.
"We are not going to look any further than tonight's game," said the keeper.
"We have been excellent so far and hope to continue this. The coach has a footballing philosophy appreciated by all the squad.
"We are all focused on a common objective. We all have the same ambitions and everything is going very well indeed."
Erik Hamren has claimed Sweden have under-performed at the tournament, after losses against Ukraine and England.
With just pride to play for, Hamren feels the pressure is off and they can enjoy their final game.
"We don't have anything to lose and can go out there and perform," said Hamren, who confirmed striker Johan Elmander (foot) will not feature and midfielder Rasmus Elm (leg) is a doubt.
"The players are frustrated because we haven't got the results we wanted. I feel myself, and I can see this in the players, a motivation to be better."