- World Cup qualifying match had been scheduled for Thursday
- Play-off’s new date in doubt as Scotland play Poland friendly
Steve Clarke has admitted to serious doubts that Scotland’s World Cup play-off semi-final against Ukraine will take place on its rescheduled early June date.
Ukraine’s visit to Hampden Park, originally set for Thursday, was postponed due to Russia’s invasion of the country. It has since emerged that several of Ukraine’s squad have signed up for military service. Scotland will host Poland in a friendly instead, with £10 from every ticket sold being donated to Unicef’s Ukrainian aid efforts.
Written by Ewan Murray
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