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Bosnia-Herzegovina v Ukraine: Is the game on TV? Kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

There are three qualification spots left for the Euros this summer but only one of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Ukraine can progress to the play-off finals, with either Israel or Iceland awaiting the winners in the final of their pathway.

Is Bosnia-Herzegovina v Ukraine on TV?

Bosnia-Herzegovina v Ukraine will not be available to watch live in the UK on TV, but will be streamed live on Viaplay Sports 2.

Bosnia-Herzegovina v Ukraine kick-off time, date and venue

Bosnia-Herzegovina v Ukraine will take place at the Bilino Polje in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina at 19:45 GMT on Thursday 21st March 2024.

Bosnia-Herzegovina v Ukraine stats and head-to-head record 

Despite finishing fifth in Group J, Bosnia’s exploits in the Nations League has seen the Dragons qualify for the play-offs. Savo Milosevic’s men picked up just three wins in the group stages, with two of these coming against minnows Liechtenstein, who failed to register a single point.

Goals were the main issue for the Dragons in Euros Qualifying as, of the nations still in the competition, only Estonia - who made it to this stage via their Nations League victory in League D - scored fewer goals than Bosnia’s nine.

Ukraine missed out on automatic qualification due to their head-to-head record with Italy, after a 2-1 defeat in Italy was followed by a goalless draw on the final matchday.

Serhiy Rebrov’s side are ranked 30 places higher in the FIFA rankings than their Thursday night opponents and are currently on a four game unbeaten streak, winning three of these fixtures.

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Bosnia-Herzegovina v Ukraine head-to-head record

Bosnia-Herzegovina

0

Draw

1

Ukraine

1

Bosnia-Herzegovina v Ukraine team news

Bosnia-Herzegovina team news

Defender Adrian Barisic withdrew from the squad through injury, while Renato Gojkovic received his marching orders in Bosnia-Herzegovina's defeat to Slovakia last time out.

Veteran striker and captain Edin Dzeko is expected to lead the line in what could be his last chance at qualifying for his second major international tournament.

Ukraine team news

The likes of Dmytro Riznyk and Yehor Nazaryna are on reserve in case injuries pile up in Serhiy Rebrov’s squad.

Arsenal defender Oleksandr Zinchenko is expected to captain his side from the midfield, while fellow Premier League defenders Vitaliy Mykolenko and Iliya Zabarnyi could also start at the back. Chelsea’s Mykhailo Mudryk is also in the squad and is expected to feature in some capacity.

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