All hopes of qualifying “extinguished” in the previous match against Finland, where the guests win by 1:3, missed a penalty, and received a red card in the 37th minute. This shows that the overall performance of the Bosnia & Herzegovina team was mediocre and didn’t give a space for optimism in this match. Also, coach Petev will be without Kolasinac and Dzeko, while the media cut Pjanic in some local bar where he smokes a nargile with his friends, which shows his approach for this match. Ukraine had a break last week and was completely focused on the most crucial game of their careers because if they win and Finland didn’t win against France, they will grab 2nd place on the standings. They show an impressive performance, without a defeat in 7 matches, but the 6 draws may cost them a lot. With no injury problems, coach Petrakov is expected to pick a 4-3-3 formation, with Yaremchuk, Tsigankov, and Yarmolenko, which will be enough to score a victory against Bosnia & Herzegovina, who is without any motivation.