England will be looking to secure their place at the Euro 2020 semi-finals when they face Ukraine in Rome on Saturday at 8pm (UK time).
The Three Lions beat Germany in the last-16 while Ukraine saw off Sweden, with either Czech Republic or Denmark awaiting the winner.
Where to watch Ukraine vs England on TV:
- UK: BBC One
- US: ESPN3
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Where to live stream Ukraine vs England:
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Scoreline prediction: Ukraine 0-2 England
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Ukraine vs England build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
While the build up to this match has been very one-sided, Ukraine are looking to make their own history, having reached the quarter-finals of a major tournament for just the second time. The first appearance came at the 2006 World Cup when they lost 3-0 to Italy, and Andriy Shevchenko’s men will be hoping to go one further this year. Ukraine were placed in an interesting group alongside North Macedonia, Austria and Netherlands, kicking off the tournament with a 3-2 defeat to the latter. They then beat North Macedonia, a result that was enough to secure them a place as one of the best third-placed sides, securing passage even after their defeat to Austria. Ukraine were then involved in an exciting last-16 clash, beating Sweden thanks to a goal scored in the final minute of extra-time.
England, on the other hand, are looking to qualify for back-to-back major tournament semi-finals after their 2018 World Cup journey that was ended by Croatia. The Three Lions have been virtually perfect at Euro 2020 so far, winning three of their four games without conceding a single goal. Scotland are the only team to prevent an England win so far, with Gareth Southgate’s side seeing off Croatia and Czech Republic to finish top of Group D. Their reward for that was a tie against Germany in the last-16 and England saw off their old rivals with a 2-0 win at Wembley.
- Ukraine (vs Sweden): Bushchan; Zabarnyi, Kryvstov, Matvienko; Karavaev, Sydorchuk, Shaparenko, Stepanenko, Zinchenko; Yarmolenko, Yaremchuk.
- England (vs Germany): Pickford; Walker, Maguire, Stones; Trippier, Rice, Phillips, Shaw; Saka, Kane, Sterling.
Neither side has any fresh injury concerns going into this match, with England able to call upon Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell.
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Players to watch:
- Ukraine: England have proven themselves tough to beat defensively at this tournament so Ukraine will be relying on Andriy Yarmolenko to cause them problems. The West Ham man has been Ukraine’s attacking player of the tournament and has been directly involved in four of their six goals so far, scoring two goals and recording two assists. Against Sweden last time out, it was Yarmolenko who set up Oleksandr Zinchenko for Ukraine’s opening goal, having also assisted in the 2-1 win over North Macedonia. Yarmolenko scored against North Macedonia and Netherlands and while he failed to find the net in each of their past two matches, don’t count him out here.
- England: Raheem Sterling has deservedly received a lot of praise for his role at Euro 2020 so far, but against Germany Jordan Pickford took his improvements to a new level. The Everton shot-stopper has constantly come under criticism for his performances at club level, and also for a goal conceded at the 2018 World Cup. But after four games at Euro 2020, Pickford is yet to concede, keeping four clean sheets. While he was protected by his defence in the group stage, having to make just four saves, Pickford stepped up against Germany with three saves including one excellent effort to tip Kai Havertz’s goal-bound shot from the edge of the area over the bar. Another clean sheet and England will have a good chance of reaching the semi-finals.