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

A place at Euro 2024 is at stake as Ukraine face Iceland in a qualifying play-off match on Tuesday.

Ukraine snatched victory from the jaws of defeat in their semi-final outing against Bosnia & Herzegovina, scoring two goals in quick succession to reach the final stage of the play-offs.

Iceland came out of their semi-final clash with Israel as comprehensive winners as they battled from a goal down to win 4-1.

Ukraine are bidding to make their fourth consecutive European Championship, while Iceland are vying for only their second tournament appearance.

Ukraine v Iceland

Is Ukraine v Iceland on TV?

Ukraine v Iceland will not be available to watch live in the UK on TV, but will be streamed live on Viaplay Sports' Online service.

Ukraine v Iceland kick-off time, date and venue

Ukraine v Iceland will be played at the Tarczynski Arena in Wroclaw, Poland and kick-off is at 19:45 GMT on Tuesday 26th March 2024.

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Ukraine v Iceland stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Ukraine narrowly missed out on automatic qualification for Euro 2024 as they were pipped to second place in Group C by Italy on goal difference.

Sirhiy Rebrov's side held England and Italy in their 'home' matches and even drew 3-3 in a friendly against Germany last June.

Iceland, who reached the Euro play-off stage by virtue of their Nations League standings, have won three consecutive matches for the first time since January 2020.

Iceland won the last encounter between these two sides in 2017.

Ukraine v Iceland head-to-head record (H2H)

Ukraine wins

1

Draws

2

Iceland wins

1

Ukraine v Iceland team news

Ukraine team news

With no fresh injury concerns, Rebrov is expected to stick with the same side that started against Bosnia on Thursday.

Match-winner and Girona ace Artem Dovbyk will likely lead the line again.

Iceland team news

Similarly to Ukraine, Age Hareide expects to have a fully fit squad at his disposal ahead of Tuesday's contest.

Iceland's hopes rest on Genoa forward Albert Guðmundsson, who scored a hat-trick in the triumph over Israel.

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