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Is Ukraine vs Scotland on TV? Channel, live stream and kick-off time

Ben King

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Is Ukraine vs Scotland on TV? Channel, live stream and kick-off time

The final round of this year’s UEFA Nations League tournament sees Ukraine and Scotland face-off in Krakow in what is a crucial tie, with the winner progressing through to next summer’s finals.

Heading into this evening’s clash, Scotland have the upper hand as they sit top of group B1, two points ahead of Ukraine, and Steve Clarks’s side need only a draw or a win to be crowned group winners.

The Scotsmen have been in fine form in their last three matches, netting 9 goals in this period and recording two impressive comeback wins.

After being knocked out of World Cup qualifying earlier in the year by tonight’s opponents, Andrew Roberston and his men will be desperate to gain three points tonight and deny Ukraine a spot in the Nations League B finals.

However, the Eastern European side’s win at Hampden Park in June proved their ability to rise to the occasion in important one off matches, and it would be foolish to write them off just yet.

In addition, the Ukrainians have only lost twice in their last 15 games so they will be confident that they can leapfrog Scotland at the summit of the group with a win this evening.

Here is everything you need to know about tonight’s encounter.

Is Ukraine vs Scotland on TV? Channel and live stream

UK viewers can watch the game live on Premier Sports 1, with kick-off scheduled for 7:45pm BST.

The tie is taking place in the neutral venue of Cracovia Stadium in Poland, due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, and can also be streamed on the Premier Sports player.

Ukraine vs Scotland Team News: 

Arsenal duo Kieran Tierney and Oleksandr Zinchenko will both be unavailable for their respective countries, as the former was substituted in his last game against Ireland due to a potential concussion, and the latter withdrew from Ukraine’s squad before their first match.

Scotland will also be without midfielder Scott McTominay due to the late booking he picked up against the Republic of Ireland.

The same goes for Ukraine star Serhii Sydorchuk who is also serving a ban for accumulating too many yellows.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Ukraine, Scotland, UEFA Nations League

Ben King
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