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ukraine and Austria face off at Euro 2020 this evening in a critical battle to determine who will finish as runners up in Group C.
Goals from Memphis Depay and Denzel Dumfries in a comfortable 2-0 win over the Austrians in Amsterdam on Thursday night saw the Netherlands seal top spot with a game to spare as their impressive return to major international competition continued.
With North Macedonia already eliminated and guaranteed to finish bottom on their tournament debut, that leaves Austria and Ukraine to compete for second spot.
Ukraine are currently in possession of that place after following a heartbreaking defeat against the Dutch in a wild five-goal opener by holding on to beat North Macedonia despite an Ezgjan Alioski penalty and late spot-kick miss from Ruslan Malinovskiy.
Arnautovic is available again for Austria after serving his one-match suspension for insulting Alioski while celebrating his goal against North Macedonia in the Group C opener last weekend.
And Austria coach Franco Foda has already confirmed that the controversial forward will start against Ukraine.
“We decided that Marko will play from the start and to announce it today,” 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 tomorrow.”
UEFA Euro 2020, Ukraine vs Austria Live Stream: Ukraine might be without injured defender Denys Popov for its final Group C game against Austria in Bucharest on Monday.
Popov was on the bench for the opening 3-2 loss to the Netherlands and was not available for the second game against North Macedonia. Ukraine won that match 2-1. Both Ukraine and Austria are looking to advance from the group stage at the tournament for the first time. They have three points each and a draw might be enough for both.
North Macedonia captain Goran Pandev will draw his international career to a close after their final Euro 2020 Group C match against the Netherlands on Monday, the 37-year old forward said.
The Macedonians, playing at their first major tournament as an independent nation, cannot reach the last 16 after defeats by Austria and Ukraine left them certain of finishing bottom of the group.
Pandev, who has scored 38 goals in 121 appearances for his country since making his debut in 2001 and turns 38 in July, was confident the Balkan nation would enjoy more success after they got off to a good start in 2022 World Cup qualifying.
North Macedonia won two of their opening three World Cup qualifiers, including a stunning 2-1 away upset of Germany in March. But they have been unable to replicate that form at the European championship.They showed glimpses of it and a fighting spirit which won over their raucous fans in two games in Bucharest, and coach Igor Angelovski was upbeat ahead of the clash against 1988 European champions Netherlands in the Johan Cruyff Arena.