England will look to make it two wins in two EURO 2024 qualifying matches when they host Ukraine on Sunday.

Certainly England, like many other countries around the world, will have pity for Ukraine and its players given the constant onslaught the players and their families have had to endure since Russia began attacking them over a year ago. However, despite being sympathetic to Ukraine's plight, the Three Lions will still approach Sunday's game in the same way they would against any other opponent - and winning will be the order of the day when they take to the pitch against Ukraine on Sunday.

Gareth Southgate's side come into this match having beaten Italy 2-1, despite being on the receiving end of a very hostile crowd in Naples. That game saw Harry Kane achieve a momentous milestone, with the Tottenham ace netting from the spot to become England's all-time top marksman with 54 goals. It was also a huge game as England not only got the opportunity to get revenge on the Italians for ending their hopes at winning the EURO 2020 title, but also marked the first victory for the Three Lions on Italian soil since 1961.

With that success, England will now turn their attention towards making it two wins in two EURO 2024 qualifiers when they host Ukraine. The Three Lions have a very impressive record when it comes to EURO qualifiers on home turf, with ten consecutive wins since a surprise two-all draw against Switzerland over a decade ago.

Ukraine, for their part, will be facing an uphill battle on Sunday. The last meeting between the Eastern Europeans and England resulted in a very comfortable 4-0 win for the Three Lions in the EURO 2020 quarter-finals. Although the visitors have managed to string together a ten-match unbeaten streak in EURO qualifiers, the overall feeling is that they will be the underdogs in the upcoming clash at Wembley - especially considering that England have never lost to Ukraine on home turf.

Team news: England vs Ukraine

England: Luke Shaw is banned for this game after receiving a red card during his team's win over Italy, while there is concern about the fitness of Jude Bellingham after the teenage starlet was subbed off late in the game with what appeared to be some kind of injury.

Ukraine: Ilya Zabarnyi, Oleksandr Zubkov, and Andriy Yarmolenko all look set to miss out for the visitors.

Match facts: England vs Ukraine

  • England have won their last ten EURO qualifiers at home since drawing 2-2 to Switzerland back in 2011
  • During that run, the Three Lions have scored 38 goals and conceded just four times
  • England have never lost to Ukraine at home (W3 D1)

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Match details, result and original broadcast info

England 2 - 0 Ukraine

March 26, 2023 12:00pmWembley Stadium (London)

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