Ukraine takes against Republic of Ireland at Lodz, a neutral city, with the goal of maintaining their perfect record in the UEFA Nations League.
Republic of Ireland is in second place after a much-needed victory over Scotland last time out, despite being in first place in League B Group 1.
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Ukraine vs Republic of Ireland Tips and Prediction
Following lackluster performances against Armenia and Ukraine, there was speculation that Stephen Kenny, the Republic of Ireland’s manager, was under pressure.
However, he has always maintained that the Boys In Green are in in the midst of a transformation, as evidenced by their contrasting performance against Scotland.
The Republic of Ireland won 3-0 in Dublin, with Alan Browne, Troy Parrott, and Michael Obafemi scoring the goals, with Kenny calling the victory as one of their most significant in recent years.
Despite the fact that certain nations do not always put the Nations League first, it is critical for Republic of Ireland to stay in the second tier, and simply avoiding defeat in Poland will bring them closer to that aim. However, after losing 1-0 to Ukraine last week, Kenny and his players will be determined to put in a stronger performance, especially with their opponents threatening to take the group by storm.
Only a week has passed since Ukraine’s World Cup playoff final setback to Wales, with Oleksandr Petrakov witnessing countless chances squandered during the 1-0 loss in Wales.
The Blue and Yellow have won consecutive games since then, with the victory in Dublin being followed by a 3-0 victory over Armenia.
While the score indicates that Ukraine won the later of both matches convincingly, the deadlock was not broken until shortly after the hour mark, after which they went on a rampage. More roster changes are possible on Tuesday after a tough time, but this group has enough depth to make any rotation inconsequential.
While the Republic of Ireland impressed last time out, Kenny’s side will be hindered by the aforementioned selection concerns. With that in mind, we believe Ukraine will be comfortable winners, with a goal scored in each half.