- England with two wins from three
- Watch the games live on Rugby Europe website here
England Sevens progressed to the Cup quarter-final at the Rugby Europe Sevens Grand Prix Series in Lodz, Poland despite a 17-19 loss to Georgia.
They began the day with a 22-5 win over Sweden as Tom Bowen scored two tries, and followed that up with a last minute score from Tim Bitirim to beat France 17-14.
England will wait to find out their opponents tomorrow following the conclusion of the rest of the day one games, but will play at 09:00 or 09:44 BST on Sunday with the game available on the Rugby Europe website here.
Georgia comebackKnowing a win would mean they topped the group, England started brightly and Will Muir's offload sent Femi Sofolarin sprinting down the wing to slide over.
Georgia went over through Ramazi Kharazishvili with the successful conversion giving them a 5-7 lead at the break.
England regained their lead shortly after when quick hands down the line saw Sofolarin dive over for his second, before a powerful run from Muir got England's third.
Ivane Khelaia gave Georgia some hope with a couple of minutes to go with his score and conversion making it 17-14 to England, and got they got the winner with the last playing of the match.
Last second drama
It was France who struck after just 40 seconds, when a smart step by Alexandre Benard produced a hole in the England line and he raced in from his own 22 to under the posts.
England responded with some neat footwork of their own with Will Muir's step beating two France defenders to dot down, Will Edwards added the extras to level it up.
After France were shown a yellow card, England took advantage as Tom Bowen popped the ball up for George Chatterton to walk in for a 12-7 half-time lead.
With their first meaningful attack of the second half, France ran in from inside their own half as Thibaut Trotta finished off a counter attack, but England would win the game with time dead as Tim Bitirim's show and go gave him the space he needed to run in from deep and make it over the line.
After dominating the early possession, Sweden conceded a penalty and were shown a yellow card for a high tackle on Tom Bowen, and following a tap from Will Edwards close to the line, he stepped and fed Bowen to score.
Tom Muir's offload set up George Chatterton to stroll over for a second, before Bowen grabbed his second when he picked up from the base of the ruck and darted down the right wing.
Sweden responded at the start of the second half when Philip Murphy slid over, but both sides then struggled for any attacking consistency in greasy conditions.
However, England did get a fourth try when Ben Harris gathered from the back of a ruck and powered over from a couple of metres out.
England Sevens squad:
Jamie Barden, Tim Bitirim (Loughborough University), Tom Bowen, George Chatterton (Exeter University), George De Cothi (Loughborough University), Will Edwards ©, Ben Harris, Ade Lipede (Nottingham University), Will Muir, Femi Sofolarin, Charlie Spawforth (Durham University), Tom Walsh (Loughborough University).
England schedule (all times in BST and games available via RugbyEurope.tv)
Pool A: England 22-5 Sweden
Pool A: England 17-14 France
Pool A: England 17-19 Georgia