Promotion is at stake in League B1 when Ukraine hosts Scotland later tonight at the Marszałek Piłsudski Stadium.
Current group leaders Scotland, need a point to guarantee promotion to the elite league position while Ukraine needs maximum points if they want to get promoted.
The Scottish national team have earlier defeated Ukraine in their earlier encounter by 3 goal to nil. This moral boosting win and the hot form which they currently possess makes them massive favourites to win away from home.
Although the Ukrainians might be the underdog going into tonight’s fixture but the emotional support of the home fans can help in upstaging the travelling Scots.
Kieran Tierney, Scott McKenna, Greg Taylor, Lyndon Dykes, Che Adams and Stuart Armstrong are absent from the Scottish squad either due to illness or injury.
Ukraine vs Scotland’s head to head record shows that of the 2 meetings they’ve had, Ukraine has won 1 times and Scotland has won 1 times.