Republic of Ireland vs Ukraine: TV Channels, Live Stream, Team News & Preview

The visitors travel across the Irish Sea to their next summer assignment after missing out on a spot at the 2022 World Cup

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The 2022-23 UEFA Nations League It continues on Wednesday Irish republic and Ukraine Meeting in a group B1 competition.

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This is the first time these two sides have met.

Before the game, GATE has the details of how to watch TV, stream online, team news and more.

TV channels, live stream and how to watch guide

In the United States (US), UEFA Nations League matches can be followed live and on demand with fuboTV.

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Team News & Squad

The Republic of Ireland are currently bottom of the Group B1 table, although this is a bit of a misnomer as the first game between Ukraine and Scotland was postponed meaning the only game in this group was Ireland’s loss to Armenia.

In that game, Ireland lost 1-0, with Armenia’s Eduard Spertsyan scoring the only goal of the game. Although Ireland held the ball for 68% of the game and fired 13 shots, Ireland just couldn’t find the net.

That loss was the team’s first since September when they lost 2-1 to Portugal. They had gone on an eight-match unbeaten streak prior to the game against Armenia.

Expected Ireland starting XI: Egan, Duffy, Collins, Stevens, Cullen, Hendrick, Coleman, Parrott, Robinson, Ogbene; waiter

Ukraine are playing their first Nations League game as their first game against Scotland was postponed as Ukraine had a World Cup qualifier to play.

Ukraine defeated Scotland 3-1 on 1 June to advance to a game against Wales. The winner secures the final UEFA spot at the World Cup. An own goal from Andriy Yarmolenko ended the team’s chance on the world’s greatest stage, but it was nonetheless a winning run for a side whose training process has been disrupted by the conflict over Russia.

That defeat was Ukraine’s first since last July, when they suffered a 4-0 defeat by England in the quarter-finals of the European Championship.

Expected starting XI of Ukraine: Mykolenko, Matviyenko, Zabarnyi, Karavayev, Stepanenko, Tsygankov, Zinchenko, Malinovskyi, Yarmolenko, Yaremchuk; Bushchan

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