Ukraine vs Scotland TV channel and live stream information – Scottish Daily Express

  • September 27, 2022

A result in Poland would guarantee Scotland a play-off match for EURO 2024
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Steve Clarke's Scotland side have the chance to wrap up a topsy-turvy Nations League campaign with a result against Ukraine.
The Tartan Army have enjoyed back-to-back wins against the Ukrainians and the Republic of Ireland in recent weeks, after a 3-0 result at Hampden against Oleksandr Petrakov's men reignited the group standings. Scotland then went on to avenge a disappointing defeat in Dublin earlier this summer but fighting back to beat the Irish and ultimately sitting top of the group with a two-point advantage.
It does mean, however, the Scots must get at least a draw in Poland to secure a guaranteed EURO 2024 play-off spot and top billing in the group, with more than a few injury scares for Steve Clarke to deal with ahead of the Nations League decider.
Scottish Express Sport has all the key Ukraine vs Scotland details.
Ukraine host Scotland on Tuesday, September 27 at the Cracovia Stadium in Krakow, Poland due to Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
It's a 7.45pm kick off in Poland.
Yes, the match is being broadcast live on ITV 4 (Sky 120, Virgin 118) and Premier Sports 1.
Coverage gets underway from 7pm.
Yes, subscribers can stream the match using the ITV Hub and Premier Sports apps respectively
All portable devices such as mobiles, tablets and laptops can be used to access the game.
Steve Clarke admitted Scotland have more than a few injury concerns ahead of the final group game.
Barrie McKay and Stephen Kingsley have been called up after Scott McKenna, Kieran Tierney and Scott McTominay were all ruled out of the squad. It comes after defenders Nathan Patterson and Aaron Hickey also suffered injury concerns, but it appears both are not serious with Hickey training 'as normal'.
Strikers Che Adams and Lyndon Dykes are said to be suffering from illness but have both travelled with the squad for the game.
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