England vs Ukraine – Euro 2024 qualifier: TV channel, team news, lineups & prediction

England got their Euro 2024 qualification campaign off to the perfect start with a 2-1 win over Italy and they will hope to build on that when Ukraine come to Wembley on Sunday.

The Three Lions were electric in the first 45 minutes in Naples but had to hang on after the interval, but importantly, they did just that and secured what could end up being a huge three points in their quest to qualify for the tournament.

Next up for Gareth Southgate’s side is a Ukraine side who failed to qualify for the World Cup and have spent the past week in London, beating a Brentford XI 2-0 in a behind-closed-doors friendly on Thursday.

Here’s all you need to know about this one.

England vs Ukraine H2H Results (Last Five Games)

Current Form (Last Five Games)


Television Channel/Live Stream

United Kingdom

Channel 4

United States




England team news

England are likely to rotate after the win over Italy but will be forced into a change at left-back, where Luke Shaw will begin his suspension after his dismissal late on Thursday.

Jude Bellingham also limped off as he was substituted, although whether that was a ploy to walk off slower or a sign of an actual injury remains to be seen.

Potential debutants: Ivan Toney

(4-3-3): Pickford; James, Stones, Maguire, Chilwell; Henderson, Gallagher, Rice; Saka, Kane, Foden

Ukraine team news

Former West Ham winger Andriy Yarmolenko, who is now on the books at Al Ain, is in the squad but hasn’t played since February because of a hamstring injury which will limit him to a substitute role at best.

Premier League talents Mykhailo Mudryk and Oleksandr Zinchenko should be on show, with the latter usually a midfielder on the international stage.

Potential debutants: Mykyta Shevchenko, Denys Miroshnichenko, Oleksandr Svatok, Artem Bondarenko, Eduard Sarapiy

(4-3-3): Lunin; Konoplya, Matvienko, Popov, Mykolenko; Malinovskyi, Stepanenko, Zinchenko; Tsygankov, Dovbyk, Mudryk

Ukraine are one of those tricky sides that no big teams ever enjoy facing. They’ve got the potential to upset anyone on any given day.

That being said, England are the obvious favourites here and they will expect a commanding victory on home soil, with Southgate likely to stress the importance of starting a winning streak at this early stage in qualification.

Harry Kane may have broken England’s scoring record but he’ll be looking to add at least one more goal to his tally before this one is over.

Prediction: England 2-0 Ukraine

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