Ukraine vs Belgium – Euro 2024: Red Devils looking to top table in final group game – stream FREE, TV, team news

THE finale of Group E is here Ukraine will take on Belgium in a clash that could see either side qualify for the knockouts or be sent home.

All four teams head into the final match day level on three points as Slovakia and Romania play at the same time in Stuttgart.

Kevin De Bruyne of Belgium celebrates scoring his team’s second goal against RomaniaCredit: Getty

Both teams were stunned by their Group E opponents in their opening games at the Euros.

And heading into the match Ukraine have the worst goal difference after their 3-0 defeat to Romania.

Serhiy Rebrov’s side did recover from their poor start with a 1-0 victory against Slovakia.

Meanwhile, Belgium sit second in the table after a shocking 1-0 lose to Slovakia.

Domenico Tedesco’s squad however bounced back with a 2-0 victory against Romania.

Ukraine need a win to ensure their safety in the tournament but Belgium know a draw will be enough.

The two sides have played each other just five times in their history.

And to make the result even more unpredictable both sides have won twice with the other game ending in a draw which was their last encounter in 2020.

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What is the team news and any injuries to worry about?

Ukraine boss Rebrov will be praying to have Everton defender Vitaliy Mykolenko fit after missing their opening two games with a foot injury.

The 25-year-old’s return could see Ukraine opt for a three-man defence and put Arsenal’s Oleksandr Zinchenko’s spot in the starting line-up at risk.

After scoring the winner against Slovakia Roman Yaremchuk may be recalled to the teamsheet.

While Artem Dovbyk’s disappointing Euros performance could see him be dropped.

For Belgium, Dodi Lukebakio is suspended for one match after receiving two yellow cards in separate games.

This could see Leandro Trossard return to the starting XI.

Who will be the star men?

For Belgium, it is none other than Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne.

The midfielder put in another stellar performance against Romania scoring the second goal for Belgium to secure his side the victory.

In a cracking fixture, the City ace put in one of his performances for his country.

Meanwhile, for Ukraine who were trailing according to every stat in the first half against Slovakia.

But star boy Mykola Shaparenko‘s early second-half goal initiated the terrific comeback that saw his side secure the much-needed victory to save their place in the tournament.

The Dynamo Kyiv midfielder was involved with every aspect of the game assisting the second goal by Roman Yaremchuk.

SunSport prediction

Ukraine 1-2 Belgium

When is Ukraine vs Belgium?

  • Ukraine vs Belgium will take place on Wednesday, June 26.
  • The game will kick off at 5pm.
  • The Stuttgart Arena will host the big clash.

What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

  • Ukraine’s clash with Belgium will be shown live on BBC One in the UK.
  • You can live stream the action via the BBC Sport and BBC iPlayer app, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.

Can I watch for FREE?

  • Yes, you can watch the game for FREE on BBC One, so long as you have a valid TV licence.


What are the odds?

  • Ukraine – 4/1
  • Draw – 3/1
  • Belgium – 13/20

*Odds courtesy of William Hill and correct at time of publication.

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