[ClevPicks Prediction]: Scotland vs. Ukraine: Key Game Tonight!
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Today will be Scotland vs. Ukraine. 4th round of UEFA Nations League. Game starts at 19:45, Sept 21 2022, UK time.
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It's Scotland meet Ukraine at Hampton Park in 4th round of UEFA Nations League B on Wednesday 21 September.
Scotland and Ukraine will square off once more on Wednesday in the UEFA Nations League, less than four months after their World Cup playoff match.
Despite finally losing out on a spot in Qatar 2022, they are both currently occupying the top two slots in League B Group 1 with a match remaining against the other two countries.
Scotland opened their Nations League campaign in the summer with six points from their first three matches after failing to qualify for the World Cup at the last minute, losing 3-1 to Ukraine at Hampden Park amid sad scenes.
Home team: Scotland (Last 10 games: 6-2-2 Scored 20 goals and conceded 10 goals)
Despite losing their second match 3-0 in Dublin, Steve Clarke's team is second in League B Group 1 after defeating Armenia both at home and away. They are one point behind their Ukrainian opponents and two points ahead of the Republic of Ireland.
The results of the upcoming week will determine Scotland's fate in the Nations League and whether they can make it to the top division of the league for the first time. Scotland now has two games against Ukraine before their return encounter against Ireland.
The Tartan Army have only triumphed in two of their last six games since finishing 2021 with six straight victories, both of which came against Armenia, a nation with a severe lack of success.
The national team has competed at Euro 2020, and both Glasgow giants are back in the spotlight as they compete in this year's Champions League group stage. Clarke's men will be eager to regain momentum and start the autumn action on a victorious note.
While Scotland's captain Andy Robertson will miss all three of their games this month due to injury, Kieran Tierney's prompt return to Arsenal at least makes up for it, and the former Celtic full-back should start.
Jon McLaughlin, Grant Hanley, and Jacob Brown have all left the team, and Rangers goalkeeper Robby McCrorie has been called up to take their places.
Despite the absence of both John Souttar and Liam Cooper and the return to action of midfield duo Ryan Jack and Kenny McLean from long-term ailments, Hibernian center back Ryan Porteous has received his first call-up. Billy Gilmour, Jack Hendry, and Anthony Ralston could all participate despite their little playing time this semester.
Away team: Ukraine (Last 10 games: 6-3-1 Scored 17 goals and conceded 7 goals)
A Ukrainian team that has faced many challenges over the past few months and nearly missed qualifying for Qatar by losing to Wales in the playoff final will stand in Scotland's way on Wednesday and again next Tuesday in their temporary home of Krakow.
Since December, when the war-torn country's Ukrayinska Premier Liha paused for its midwinter break, no professional football has been played there. Up until the Russian invasion, matches were scheduled to resume in late February.
Despite the risks, a new league season began in Kyiv last month, with all league matches taking place in the capital and farther west. Additionally, Ukraine's leading clubs have returned to European competition, albeit with redesigned squads that are devoid of foreign stars.
Oleksandr Petrakov's team has started the Nations League season unbeaten since their tragic loss at Cardiff City Stadium, and after defeating Ireland and Armenia in their first two games, they most recently faced Stephen Kenny's team in Lodz.
Ukraine lost its perfect record, being beaten to a 1-1 tie when Artem Dovbyk cancelled out Nathan Collins' opening goal, although they still lead League B Group 1 with seven points.
Ukraine, which was controversially demoted from League A after their pivotal match against Switzerland was postponed due to a COVID-19 outbreak and UEFA ordered them to forfeit the points, won't be short in motivation this week for a variety of reasons.
While Robertson is sidelined for Scotland, Ukraine will be without a similarly significant left-footer in Oleksandr Zinchenko of Arsenal, who recently suffered a calf injury in training and may not be ready to play until next month.
Mykola Shaparenko of Dynamo Kyiv joined Zinchenko on the sidelines after rupturing his ACL during his team's Europa League match against Fenerbahce earlier this month.
But despite the squad's familiar appearance, Mykhaylo Mudryk of Shakhtar Donetsk and captain Andriy Yarmolenko ought to start in support of either Roman Yaremchuk or Artem Dovbyk up front.
Scotland 1-3 Ukraine 02/06/2022 2022 World Cup European Qualification
Scotland 3-1 Ukraine 13/10/2007 Euro 2008 Qualification
Ukraine 2-0 Scotland 12/10/2006 Euro 2008 Qualification
The domestically based Ukrainian players will now be match-fit and prepared to impose their style of play on a Scotland team that has faltered a little over the previous year, having benefited from the restoration of some relative "normality,"
The visitors can score twice and leave Hampden with a maximum number of points, keeping themselves on track for a promotion back to the top division of the Nations League.
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