Second international break of the season, and already the fourth day of the League of Nations. This Tuesday at the Olympic Stadium in Kyiv, Ukraine will host Spain, barely three days after hosting Germany, and less than a week after playing the French team. Suffice to say that the calendar did not really spare Andriy Shevchenko’s men, as if to put them to the test after their very good qualifying campaign for Euro 2021!
Indeed, in a pool made up notably of Lithuania, Luxembourg, Serbia but also and above all of Portugal, the Ukrainians managed the very good performance of finishing first, ensuring their participation in the next Euro and showing the rest of the world. ‘Europe they had the level to compete with the best. But after having overtaken the winner of the last European Championship, everything will be confirmed, and it is clear that the last outings of the Ukrainian selection do not plead in favour of confirmation.
After taking 7 at the Stade de France, Ukraine could not avoid defeat against Germany (1-2). At the same time, La Roja made a third official match without conceding a goal and logically won against Switzerland, already in a very bad position in this group. Third success in 4 games for the Spaniards?
Key stats for the match Ukraine vs Spain
Ukraine has just chained 3 consecutive defeats in an official match.
Many players are absent from the Ukraine side, due to two cases of COVID-19 at Shakhtar Donetsk club. As a result, all the players who are part of it had to remain in quarantine. This concerns Pyatov, the goalkeeper, Stepanenko, Kovalenko, Marlos, Junior Moraes, Konoplyanka and Matvienko. Zinchenko (Manchester City) is injured and also forfeits.
Last week, this Ukrainian “bis” selection was beaten 1-7 at the Stade de France.
On September 6, Spain crushed this Ukrainian selection, then in competition, with a score of 4-0.
La Roja has conceded only 1 goal in its last 6 official matches, but scored 18!
Ukraine vs Spain Soccer Betting Tips
This week, Ukraine met France and Germany and suffered 2 defeats. If the setback at the Stade de France was much more scathing than that suffered against the Mannschaft, the absence of key players on the side of Andriy Shevchenko, combined with the current form of La Roja, make it more than conceivable that the Luis Enrique’s men win by at least 2 goals!
Betting Tips: Spain win by 2 goals or more