Scotland and Ukraine will look to put their collective World Cup heartaches to one side when they meet in the Nations League on Wednesday night at 7.45pm (UK time).
These two nations battled it out in the European qualifiers for Qatar 2022, with Ukraine knocking Scotland out of the play-offs, before going on to lose to Wales in their winner-takes-all showdown in Cardiff. In search of a morale-boosting result, a place for promotion to League A is still up for grabs here, with Ukraine currently leading the Group B1 charge, ahead of Scotland by just the single point. It’s all to play for in Glasgow.
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Where to watch Scotland v Ukraine on TV:
- UK: ITV 4 & Premier Sports 1
- US: N/A
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Scotland team news
Steve Clarke has been unable to call up national captain Andy Robertson, who is currently out injured. That opens up a place for either Kieran Tierney or Aaron Hickey to slot in as Scotland’s No. 3 for this showdown. With centre-back trio Grant Hanley, John Souttar and Liam Cooper all unavailable, Clarke has also handed uncapped Ryan Porteous a rare call-up.
Ukraine team news
The only major concern for Oleksandr Petrakov is Arsenal left-back-cum-midfielder Oleksandr Zinchenko, who is currently sidelined. Mykola Shaparenko is also out of contention, alongside ‘keeper Heorhiy Bushchan and Club Brugge left-back Eduard Sobol. Emerging Shakhtar sensation Mykhaylo Mudryk will look to add to his five caps, while skipper Andriy Yarmolenko retains his place after his summer move to Al Ain.
Scoreline prediction: Scotland 1-2 Ukraine
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