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Scotland v Ukraine: Should Steve Clarke start in World Cup play-off semi-final?

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Scotland face Ukraine in the highly anticipated World Cup play-off semi-final at Hampden Park, but who would you choose to start on Wednesday?

The game could see Steve Clarke’s side take a big step towards ending a 24-year wait to reach the tournament final in Qatar in November.


Unbeaten in eight games, Scotland will be cheered by the sold-out crowd at the National Stadium, while Wales await a winner in Cardiff four days later.

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Relive Scotland’s rollercoaster ride to the World Cup play-offs, with several final goals, crucial victories and plenty of drama

Choose your Scottish XI

So who’s going to play? Well, Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney has been ruled out of the squad following knee surgery and there will be changes at the back.

Liam Cooper and Scott McKenna are natural left-back replacements who could tap into Clark’s favorite back three.

Everton’s Nathan Patterson ‘skeptical’ over Ukraine match

Stephen O’Donnell, Anthony Ralston and Aaron Hickey will be options at right-back if Nathan Patterson is out.

Che Adams started in Scotland’s final game against Austria. Will you stick with the Southampton striker or will Lyndon Dykes or Jacob Brown get your vote?

Use the team selector below and share your picks on Twitter @ScotlandSky.

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