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This week couldn’t haven’t gone any better for Scotland, so can they complete the job in Kraków?
Last Wednesday night, the Tartan Army celebrated a statement 3-0 victory over Ukraine in Glasgow.
John McGinn breaking the deadlock, before a pair of late Lyndon Dykes headers secured the points.
Then, on Saturday night, Republic of Ireland visited Hampden, and it was the Irish celebrating a 1-0 half time lead.
Nevertheless, Jack Hendry’s guided header followed by Ryan Christie’s ice cool penalty turned the game around and saw Scotland snatch the points.
It would be remiss not to mention Craig Gordon, who made a crucial one-on-one save when the score was level.
These victories mean Steve Clarke’s team are sitting pretty at the top of Group A1, needing just a draw to remain there.
Ukraine are the side looking to dislodge the Dark Blues, targeting revenge following last mid-weeks Hampden drubbing.
It’s fair to say, Oleksandr Petrakov’s team responded to that set back rather well at the weekend, hammering Armenia 5-0 at Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium.
Oleksandr Tymchyk, Oleksandr Zubkov, Artem Dovbyk and Danylo Ihnatenko all scoring in Yerevan.
So, the Blue and Yellow’s fate is still in their own hands, simply needing to win to jump above Scotland at the last.
Remember, the winners of this group are promoted to League A, are guaranteed a Euro 2024 play-off place, if needed, and will be in pot 2 for the Euro 2024 qualifying draw.
It really is all to play for, so who will prevail at Stadion Cracovii im. Józefa Piłsudskiego in Poland?
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