Wales and Ukraine will finally learn their World Cup fates on Sunday as they contest in Europe’s much-anticipated play-off final for a place in Qatar (5pm kick-off, UK time).
On an emotional night at Hampden Park, Ukraine took apart Scotland 3-1 in their play-off semi-final to set up this winner-take-all clash against Wales at the Cardiff City Stadium.
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Wales team news
Rob Page has called up his strongest possible squad, with recent Champions League winner and now free agent Gareth Bale among those in his ranks. Championship play-off winner Brennan Johnson is also in the squad, hoping some of his Wembley gold dust can rub off on the Cardiff City Stadium. Aaron Ramsey missed a crucial spot-kick in Ranger’s Europa League final defeat to Frankfurt, so he will almost certainly being looking to bounce back from that heartache. There is just one uncapped players for Page in Oliver Denham, who is largely relying on his tried-and-tested, which means the likes of Ben Davies, Wayne Hennessey, Chris Gunter and Joe Allen are all in, as are Neco Williams, Joe Rodon, Dan James and Harry Wilson.
Ukraine team news
Andriy Yarmolenko and Roman Yaremchuk scored the decisive goals for Ukraine against Scotland in their 3-1 win, with substitute Artem Dovbyk putting the gloss on their triumph in Glasgow. Oleksandr Petrakov is unlikely to change too much, such was Ukraine’s dominance at Hampden Park, with Oleksandr Zinchenko pulling the strings from the middle of the park. Andriy Pyatov may come in after Heorhiy Bushchan’s clanger for Scotland’s only goal.
Scoreline prediction: Wales 1-2 Ukraine
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