How To Watch Ireland v Ukraine In Nations League

Luke Delaney
By Luke Delaney
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Ireland will be looking to avenge last week's defeat against Ukraine in the Aviva stadium as they travel to Lodz in Poland for their away fixture against the table toppers. After a fantastic performance over Scotland at the weekend, Stephen Kenny will be eager to make it two wins on the bounce but face a tough test against a strong Ukraine side. Here's all the information you need to know ahead of the game, including how to watch Ireland v Ukraine.

When is Ireland v Ukraine?

Kick off is at 7:45pm on Tuesday the 14th of June.

How to watch Ireland v Ukraine

The game will be shown live on RTÉ 2 after the U21 match and will also be available on Premier Sports 1 and RTÉ Player.

Form Guide

After losses to Armenia and Ukraine in Ireland's first two games of the Nations League, a 3-0 win over Scotland at the Aviva eased pressure on the Boys in Green. In what was an all round better performance and showing from the side, goals from Alan Browne, Troy Parrott and a Michael Obafemi screamer, sealed a first ever Nations League win for Stephen Kenny's side.


Take a look at the full match highlights from the win below.

Ukraine beat Ireland last Wednesday courtesy of a free kick from Viktor Tsygankov just after the interval. Since then the Ukranians beat Armenia 3-0 on Saturday, putting them on top of the table with their 100% start to the campaign intact.


Team News:

Shane Duffy and John Egan have been ruled out of the game through injury with Darragh Lenihan and Jimmy Dunne called up to replace the experienced duo. Both Lenihan and Dunne are just off the back of impressive seasons with their clubs in the Championship and will be keen to show their ability on the international stage.

Michael Obafemi was taken off with an injury in the game against Scotland and it is still yet to be known whether the striker will be fit to start against Ukraine.

Obafemi described the injury as a "little niggle" during his post match interview.


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