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World Cup Qualifier Odds: Scotland-Ukraine prediction, odds and pick

The UEFA Nations League is back, with top European countries battling it out on the homefront. Scotland will host Ukraine at Hampden Park on Wednesday night, with both going out for all three points.

World Cup Qualifier Odds: Scotland-Ukraine prediction, odds and pick

Ukraine currently tops group 1 with seven points out of three games, with Scotland second with six points. Tonight’s match outcome will determine who we be on top before the next game.

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Here are the three players to watch out for in this particular encounter.

1 Scott Mctominay

The Manchester United star will hope to replicate his current club form for his country when they take on Ukraine tonight. Since the arrival of Casemiro from Real Madrid, the Scottish midfielder has been showing off his ability on the pitch.

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Mctominay is one of the key players for Scotland, and they will hope he can lead them to victory against Ukraine tonight.

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2 Billy Gilmour

The former Chelsea midfielder always turns up anytime he is wearing the Scottish shirt. The new Brighton signing’s brilliance in midfield is needed tonight as they gun for the three points against Ukraine.

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There is a possibility that the youngster would be paired with Mctominay in the Scottish midfield.

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3 Mykhailo Mudryk

Mudryk is one of the star players on the watch tonight. The Shakhtar Donetsk winger was linked with a move to Arsenal and Everton in the summer transfer window and has been showing the reason he is attracting interest from top sides in the UEFA Champions League this season.

The youngster is one of the attacking threats Scotland defenders should watch out for tonight.

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