Ukraine were ruthlessly efficient during qualifying and kept multiple clean sheets en-route to this competition. However, they’ve been surprisingly open and entertaining during their first two Group C matches and this contest is likely to follow suit. They have an abundance of talent and the likes of Ruslan Malinovskyi and the industrious Andriy Yarmolenko. Oleksandr Zinchenko has also impressed during the group stage.

They produced an xG of 3.73 against North Macedonia, which is one of the highest of the tournament so far, however, they also looking occasionally vulnerable at the other end of the field. Austria slumped to a predictable 2-0 defeat in Amsterdam, however, their victory over North Macedonia has given them a realistic chance of securing second place.

They managed just a single shot on target in that game, and only the introduction of Sasa Kalajzdic gave them a little more attacking impetus. This is likely to be close, however, Ukraine are likely to offer more going forward.

Ukraine to WIN - 12/5 Paddy Power