Switzerland will face Ukraine in UEFA Nations League Group A4 at Lucerne ' at 20:45 CET at #39 on Tuesday, 17 November at 20:45 CET.
Switzerland vs Ukraine: live accumulation
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While they are standing
• Switzerland accepted Spain' late on Saturday, making it to their third draw in the campaign (the other two went against Germany'). This means they can still avoid relegation to League B', provided they win 2-0 or score three or more goals.
• Ukraine hit the post three times by opening the score for a team weakened by the shortcomings, which lost 3-1 to Germany on Saturday. A lot of positive things happened for Andriy Shevchenko's men in a campaign that saw wins against Spain and Switzerland, and they will avoid relegation with a draw.
• Ukraine defeated Switzerland 2-1 in Match 1, and Oleksandr Zinchenko, who won in Lviv, won in #39.
• Both sides' previous matches had ended in draws, most famously a 16' 0-0' in the 2006 FIFA World Cup tour. Current Ukraine boss Shevchenko missed a penalty in the next penalty shootout, but his side won 3-0. still on the spot.
The view from the camps
Ukraine coach Andriy Shevchenko : "We expect a very difficult match there. We will fight until the end. We will think about whether we can call a new player, but it's hard to do in such a short time. If we don't miss more players, we will keep the same squad."
Swiss captain Granit Xhaka : "We set our biggest goal against Spain, which was to prove that we can defend ourselves against elite opposition and survive in the group. Now we have to prove it again in our last match against Ukraine."
Teams will return to competitive action in the spring in the 2022 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers.