Scotland vs Ukraine TV channel, live stream, time, team news, odds and head-to-head
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Steve Clarke has a tough task leading Scotland against Ukraine on Wednesday night (Picture: Getty Images)

It is going to be an emotional night in Glasgow as Scotland host Ukraine in the Play-Off, with the winner going on to face Wales in Cardiff on Sunday for a place in Qatar.

The match has been postponed due to the ongoing war in Ukraine and it is going to be a difficult night for the travelling players due to what is still happening in their home country at the hands of .

‘I am sure that the whole of Ukraine will be watching us. We will feel the support,’ said Manchester City’s Oleksandr Zinchenko.

‘We can talk a lot, but we need to prove everything on the field. We will try to make our people happy and proud.’

When is Scotland vs ?

The match kicks off at 7.45pm on Wednesday 1 June at Hampden.

Scotland vs Ukraine TV channel and live stream

Main Event and Sky Sports will be showing the game live with coverage starting at 7pm on both.

Streaming is available for subscribers on Sky Go and the Sky Sports app, while non-subscribers can buy a Sky Sports Pass through Now TV.

Scotland vs Ukraine team news

Scotland are missing Kieran Tierney, Ryan Jack and Kenny McLean but Nathan Patterson, who has just ‘run out of time’ in recovering from an ankle operation, according to Steve Clarke is the only player in the squad who is not avaialable.

Andy Robertson and Scott McKenna were involved in the Champions League final and Championship Play-Off final respectively over the weekend, but both will be fine to play.

‘Everyone except Nathan [is fit],’ said Clarke on Tuesday. ‘Nathan has run out of time a little bit for the first game. So Nathan won’t be involved in the first game but everyone else is good to go.’

Scotland vs Ukraine odds

13/10 Scotland
2/1 Draw
12/5 Ukraine

Odds courtesy of Betfair

Scotland vs Ukraine head-to-head

13 Oct 2007: Scotland 3-1 Ukraine – Euro 2008 qualification
11 Oct 2006: Ukraine 2-0 Scotland – Euro 2008 qualification


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