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Nations League: Scotland’s away tie with Ukraine to be held in Poland

Ukraine defeated Scotland 3-1 at Hampden but also missed out on the World Cup after losing the play-off final to Wales
Ukraine defeated Scotland 3-1 at Hampden but also missed out on the World Cup after losing the play-off final to Wales

Scotland’s final Nations League game away to Ukraine on 27 September will be played in Krakow, Poland.

The tie – moved because of Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine – takes place at the 15,000-capacity Marshal Jozef Pilsudski Stadium.

It finishes a closing triple-header for Steve Clarke’s men, who host Ukraine at Hampden on 21 September and the Republic of Ireland three days later.

Ukraine ended Scotland’s 2022 World Cup hopes with play-off victory in June.

Clarke’s side sit second, a point behind the Ukrainians, in Nations League Group B4.

The Scots beat Armenia home and away either side of a 3-0 loss to Ireland in Dublin.

Ukraine’s two home matches so far – victory over Armenia and a 1-1 draw with Ireland – were held in Lodz, Poland.

Source: BBC

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