Ukraine were joint hosts of that tournament but lost against the English in a match made memorable by the 'goal' that was scored by the home side but never awarded.
The sides will meet again in Kiev with top spot in Group H still up for grabs, with the visitors travelling without the suspended Danny Welbeck and injured Daniel Sturridge, who withdrew yesterday due to a thigh problem.
Their absence will offer Ukraine further incentive, although Lampard does not believe that they were short on reasons to pursue victory. "That win [at Euro 2012] won't help us but maybe it means a bit for them to get revenge," said the midfielder. "They can be very tough. It might not be the most enjoyable of games, but it's a big game and we will give our best."