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UKRAINE VS AUSTRIA MATCH PREVIEW AND BETTING TIPS

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Ukraine and Austria meet in Bucharest in the final round of Euro 2020 Group C fixtures, and with both sides locked on three points, we’d expect a conservative affair.




European Championship 2020
Date: 21/06/21
Kick-off: 17:00 pm
Venue: Arena Nationala

After beating North Macedonia 2-1 last time out, Ukraine are on the verge of progressing from the group stages of this tournament for the first time in their history, with second place assured if they can just avoid losing to their opposition here.

Andriy Yarmolenko and Roman Yaremchuk netted in that victory over the North Macedonia who prop up the group standings, and another point will put them on four to ensure they move onto the next round.

Austria on their part, jointly hold the record for most appearances (two) at the European Championship without reaching the second round alongside the likes of Ukraine, Bulgaria and Scotland, but that should also end if they get a draw here.

The Das Team put up little fight and ultimately fell 2-0 to Holland last time, but they can still finish as high as second if they pull off a win in their first-ever competitive meeting with Ukraine.

Team news

Ukraine

Oleksandr Zubkov is still missing for Ukraine after sitting out their last game with injury.

Austria

There are no missing players for the Austria team.

Team form

Ukraine’s last five games: DWWLW
Austria’s last five games: LLDWL

Match stats

Andriy Yarmolenko has scored 42 international goals for Ukraine, needing six more to equal Adriy Shevchenko’s record haul of 48.

Austria have failed to beat a top-50 ranked nation at the European Championship in six attempts (D1, L5).

Betting tips

Austria were very poor out against Holland last week, and will need to be at their best to beat Ukraine, or even get something out of here to guarantee they remain in the competition beyond this stage.

Beating this organised, exciting Ukraine side is surely a tough ask for Franco Foda’s side, and we think this game will be a cagey one as both teams look for that solitary point that could make the difference in this Euros.

We like to think the game will play out in a favourable draw (21/20), but you can back the Under 1.5 goals market for odds of 6/5.

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