Scotland vs Ukraine predictions | Team news, stats, kick off Time|


Β Scotland vs Ukraine predictions |Team news, Kick off Time, stats|


We bring to you the Scotland vs Ukraine match prediction, team news, possible lineups, injury concerns and stats involving the Scotland vs Ukraine match scheduled to hold on Wednesday, the 1st of June, 2022

Scotland’s delayed 2022 World Cup qualification play-off semi-final versus Ukraine will take place on Wednesday at Hampden Park, and it promises to be an emotional match.

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It will be Ukraine’s first competitive match since the invasion by Russia, and a win would be a huge boost for the country.

The stakes could not be higher, as the victor of this match will face Wales in Cardiff on Sunday, with a spot in the Qatar World Cup on the line.

Scotland vs Ukraine match predictions
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News from the team

It’s tough to predict how physically and mentally Ukraine will fare.

They’ve played a few friendlies in preparation for this World Cup qualifier, but this will be their first meaningful match since November.

Fitness could be a concern for Oleksandr Petrakov’s team, with more than half of his squad playing in the suspended Ukrainian Premier League.

Oleksandr Zinchenko of Manchester City is expected to play in the midfield with Taras Stepanenko and Ruslan Malinovskyi.


Vitaliy Mykolenko of Everton will start at left-back, with Andriy Yarmolenko, Roman Yeremchuk, and Viktor Tsyhankov making up the front three.

Ryan Jack has been forced to withdraw from the Scotland team, and Allan Campbell has taken his place.

Kieran Tierney is out with an injury, but Nathan Patterson is in the mix, and Andy Robertson, who played 90 minutes in Saturday’s Champions League final, has promised to be ready.


Injury concerns

After recovering from an ankle injury, Nathan Patterson has a chance to play against Ukraine, while John McGinn, Lyndon Dykes, and Ryan Christie are expected to play in the forward areas.

Scott McTominay of Manchester United is likely to start alongside Callum McGregor in central midfield, but there are plenty of other possibilities, including Stuart Armstrong and Billy Gilmour.

In the meanwhile, Ukraine has no new injury concerns heading into the match, and their starting lineup is unlikely to include any major shocks.


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The stats – Scotland vs Ukraine predictions

In general, games involving Ukraine have provided a lot of enjoyment.

Both teams have scored in nine of their previous ten games, and the last time Petrakov’s men failed to reach the back of the goal was in July 2021.

Ukraine is unbeaten in their past ten games, with their last defeat being in the quarter-finals of Euro 2020 when they were beaten 4-0 by England.

Scotland is on an eight-game winning streak, having won six of their eight games without surrendering a goal.

Scotland vs Ukraine predictions

They’ve only conceded two goals in their last six competitive matches, so they’ll be hoping to keep Ukraine away.

This is a one-of-a-kind game, which could make predicting the winner difficult.

Scotland, on the other hand, has a solid recent record, and they appear to have a good chance of winning at Hampden Park.

In Group F, Clarke’s team defeated Denmark and Austria with ease.

They also have good outlets at the top of the pitch in Che Adams and Lyndon Dykes.


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Ukraine has quality in the offensive areas as well, but their defense isn’t as strong – and that could be the difference on Wednesday.

In their last 15 games, the visitors have only maintained one clean sheet, and their fitness concerns could give Scotland another advantage.

This game may not be as close as the score indicates, and it would be no surprise if the Scots won in a high-scoring affair.


Predicted lineups by Jemmyblog


Ukraine possible starting lineup:
Pyatov; Karavaev, Zabarnyi, Matvienko, Mykolenko; Malinovskyi, Stepanenko, Zinchenko; Yarmolenko, Yaremchuk, Tsygankov

Scotland possible starting lineup:
Gordon; Hendry, Hanley, Cooper; O’Donnell, McTominay, McGregor, Robertson; McGinn, Dykes, Christie


Predicted scorelines and odds


Ukraine has enough offensive talent to score, but we think Clarke’s team will score twice to go to the playoff final.

Scotland 2-1 Ukraine, we predict this scoreline because Ukraine has a good chance of winning, but Scotland has home advantage and will be cheered on by a large audience in Glasgow.


Scotland vs Ukraine match predictions

Over 1.5 odds to occur in the game

GG/Both teams to score

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