After receiving defeat to Ukraine at home in the World Cup play-off semi-final in June, Scottish players have 3 consecutive matches in the UEFA Nations League group stage campaign. Steve Clarke’s army defeated Armenia in both matches (2-0, 4-1) and in between was a crushing defeat to the Republic of Ireland (0-3).
With 6 existing points, Scotland is ranked 2nd in Group 1, League B, 1 point behind rival Ukraine and 2 points ahead of the Republic of Ireland. In general, the opportunity for Scotland to find the top position with the ticket to League A is completely feasible, but the problem is that they need to solve the problem called Ukraine as well as collect the debt before the Republic of Ireland.
On the opposite side of the field, the pain of missing the 2022 World Cup was put on the Republic of Ireland (1-0, 1-1) and Armenia (3-0) by the Ukrainian players in the past 3 matches of the group stage campaign. UEFA Nations League. However, the trip to Scotland in the earliest match of the 4th series in the UEFA Nations League will be a difficult challenge for Ukrainian players in finding victory.