Ukraine vs Austria: Live stream FREE, TV channel, kick-off time, team news – Euro 2020 latest from Bucharest

UKRAINE take on Austria in a winner-take-all Euro 2020 group decider.

The winner tonight will secure a quarter-final against Italy while the loser will have to wait on other results to see if they can qualify as one of the best third placed teams.


Should the match end in a draw, Ukraine will progress in second on goals scored.

What time does Ukraine vs Austria kick off?

  • Ukraine take on Austria on Monday, June 21 – TODAY.
  • Ukraine vs Austria kicks off at 5pm UK time – 6pm in Austria and 7pm in Ukraine and Romania.
  • Ukraine vs Austria will be played at the Arena Nationala, Bucharest.
  • The two sides have never met competitively but Austria were 3-2 winners in a friendly in Innsbruck when they last played in 2012.
  • Holland will play North Macedonia simultaneously in the other Group C game.

What TV channel is Ukraine vs Austria on and can I live stream it?

  • Ukraine vs Austria is live on ITV 4.
  • To stream the game live, head to the ITV Hub.
  • ORF is the Euro 2020 broadcaster in Austria while Ukraiyna is showing the tournament in Ukraine.

Can I watch Ukraine vs Austria for free?

  • Yes. ITV is free to watch on TV and online for all UK viewers with a TV licence.
  • Get your TV licence here.

Team news

Austria's talisman Marko Arnautovic is back after serving a one-match ban for his controversial goal celebration against North Macedonia.

Foda is expected to go with a full strength side, although David Alaba, Daniel Bachmann and Stefan Lainer are all a yellow card away from a ban.

Ukraine stars Mykola Shaparenko and Serhiy Sydorchuk are also at risk of suspension, but Shevchenko must treat the game as a knock-out and pick his strongest team.

Ukraine squad

  • Andriy Pyatov (c) (GK)
  • Heorhiy Bushchan (GK)
  • Anatoliy Trubin (GK)
  • Mykola Matviyenko
  • Oleksandr Karavayev
  • Serhiy Kryvtsov
  • Eduard Sobol
  • Vitaliy Mykolenko
  • Illya Zabarnyi
  • Oleksandr Tymchyk
  • Denys Popov
  • Andriy Yarmolenko
  • Taras Stepanenko
  • Oleksandr Zinchenko
  • Ruslan Malinovskyi
  • Serhiy Sydorchuk
  • Viktor Tsyhankov
  • Roman Bezus
  • Marlos
  • Yevhenii Makarenko
  • Mykola Shaparenko
  • Oleksandr Zubkov
  • Heorhiy Sudakov
  • Roman Yaremchuk
  • Artem Besyedin
  • Artem Dovbyk

Austria squad

  • Daniel Bachmann (GK)
  • Pavao Pervan (GK)
  • Alexander Schlager (GK)
  • David Alaba  
  • Aleksandar Dragovic
  • Marco Friedl
  • Martin Hinteregger  
  • Stefan Lainer 
  • Philipp Lienhart 
  • Stefan Posch 
  • Christopher Trimmel 
  • Andreas Ulmer
  • Julian Baumgartlinger
  • Christoph Baumgartner 
  • Florian Grillitsch
  • Stefan Ilsanker 
  • Konrad Laimer
  • Valentino Lazaro
  • Marcel Sabitzer
  • Luis Schaub  
  • Xaver Schlager 
  • Alessandro Schopf
  • Marko Arnautovic 
  • Michael Gregoritsch 
  • Sasa Kalajdzic
  • Karim Onisiwo

Latest odds

Ukraine 29/10

Draw 21/20

Austria 12/5

*Latest odds from Betfair correct as of Monday, June 21

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  • Tom Harvey

    TEAM NEWS

    Ukraine are missing Oleksandr Zubkov after he went off injured against the Netherlands.

    They could also be without injured defender Denys Popov, who has a calf problem.

    The Dynamo Kiev player was on the bench for his side's loss to the Netherlands and missed the second match against North Macedonia.

    Ukraine coach Andriy Shevchenko said: "There's a high chance he [Popov] won't be playing."

    Austria welcome back Marko Arnautovic from a one-game ban after his controversial celebration against North Macedonia.

    Austria coach Franco Foda has already confirmed that the forward will start against Ukraine.

    “We decided that Marko will play from the start,” he said.

    “That means our opponents know that now and can prepare for it, but we are happy that he can play again.

    “But we are not dependent only on Marko. He has his ability and quality, but many players have to take on responsibility.”

  • Tom Harvey

    GOOD AFTERNOON FROM BUCHAREST

    Austria and Ukraine meet in a crucial clash to determine who finishes second in Group C. A guaranteed spot in the last 16 of Euro 2020 awaits the winner of today's game.

    Both nations have three points, but Ukraine are better placed courtesy of having scored more goals so far, meaning they will finish second if they avoid defeat.

    Austria must win to finish second, or they’ll have to rely on being one of the best four third-place finishers.

    The Netherlands have already sealed top spot in the group, while North Macedonia are certain to finish bottom.

    Both sides have one win and one defeat from their opening two games after beating North Macedonia and losing to the Netherlands.

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