Wales and Ukraine will fight to qualify for the FIFA World Cup 2022 on Sunday 5 June, in the Path A play-off final. This huge match will kick-off at 18.00 CET and will take place at Cardiff City Stadium.
The winner will play in Group B at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, against England, Iran and USA.Bet on Wales - Ukraine with 1xBet
Best bets on Wales vs Ukraine
Bookmakers from 1xBet offer 2.65 for Wales to win after 90 minutes. Ukraine has 3.14 odds for a victory in Cardiff. A draw after 90 minutes will cost 3.14.
Also, experts offer 1.82 for Wales to qualify for the World Cup, while Ukraine has 1.99.
Bet365 offers 2.48 for Total Over 3 and 1.53 for Total Under 3.
Betway offers 2.08 for "both teams to score - yes" and 1.76 for "both teams to score - no".
Where to Watch Wales vs Ukraine
The play-off final Wales vs Ukraine will be televised on Sky Sports Football. The broadcast from Cardiff City Stadium begins at 17.50 CET, ten minutes before the start of the match.Bet on Wales - Ukraine with 1xBet
Wales suffered a 2-1 defeat against Poland on June 1, in UEFA Nations League Matchday 1. It was their first defeat after almost a year.
Robert Page's side qualified for the World Cup play-off after losing a single game in qualifying group stage. Belgium beat them 3-1 in the first round.
Also, Wales are unbeaten in Cardiff since November 2018. Denmark is the last team who won here in UEFA Nations League, 2-1.
Last time Wales qualified for the FIFA World Cup was in 1958, when they reached the quarter-finals.
Wales coach, Robert Page, is confident before this game against Ukraine: "We're one game away from living the dream, which is getting to a World Cup. We're not going to get carried away with it".
Ukraine qualified for the play-off final after a 3-1 defeat against Scotland on the road. This play-off semi-final was originally set to take place in April, but it was rescheduled due to Russia's invasion.
Last time Ukraine qualified for the World Cup was in 2006, when they reached the quarter-finals. Just like Wales did in 1958.
Midfielder Oleksandr Zinchenko hopes he can reach the final tournament: "We have dreamed as a team of the World Cup, and now we have one more game; we have to win it. It's going to be a massive match for us. It's a final and every one of us has to give the best performance of our lives".
Wales vs Ukraine: possible line-ups
- Wales (3-4-2-1): Ward - Davies, Rodon, Ampadu - C. Roberts, N. Williams, Allen, Ramsey - James, Wilson - Bale;
- Ukraine (4-3-3): Bushchan - Karavaev, Mykolenko, Matviyenko, Zabarnyi - Stepanenko, Zinchenko, Malinovskyi - Yarmolenko, Tsygankov, Yaremchuk;