Ukraine v Poland Live Streaming : Watch all the action from a tight Group H

The latest Ukraine v Poland Live Streaming odds with Bet365 announcing they have a live stream available on their website as England’s rivals face each other in Group H. (KO 19:00GMT).

There is also a lot riding on the match in Kharkiv as Ukraine and Poland also look to stay in the automatic qualification hunt.

Ukraine are just one point behind England and know that they have the easiest run-in out of all the leading contenders for the top spot

The Euro 2012 co-hosts will still have many of their key players available for the clash with their fellow European Championship partners with Anatoliy Tymoschuk and Andriy Yarmolenko several of the notable nakes likely to give Poland some problems.

Poland need to win against Ukraine to stand any chance of qualifying for the World Cup as they sit in 4th place three points behind England with two games left to go.

Ukraine v Poland : Best Odds
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Draw icon1 29/10
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Having missed the last World Cup, Poland will be hoping that their leading lights such as Robert Lewandowski and Jakub Blaszczykowski can provide some threat to the home side although key defender Lukasz Piszczek will miss the tie through injury.

England will go into their big Group H clash against Montenegro as 8/11 favourites to win knowing the pressure is really on Roy Hodgson’s side to qualify for the World Cup.

A lot has yet to be decided in Group H and the result between England and Montenegro could have a massive impact on who will qualify from the group once everything is finished on Tuesday.

England currently lead the standings with 16 points however they are only 1 point ahead of both Montenegro and Ukraine with two games remaining.

One of the main concerns for England is who will start up front with Arsenal duo Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain both out injured. It means that either Danny Welbeck or Daniel Sturridge will partner Wayne Rooney in the England attack.

Meanwhile, Ashley Cole is out injured meaning that Roy Hodgson will either give Leighton Baines or Kieran Gibbs the chance to showcase what they can do in his absence.

Montenegro knows that they are within a whisker of qualifying for their first World Cup sitting joint second with Ukraine one point behind England.

However, the plucky side from the Balkans will be without several of their top players with key striker Mirko Vucinic injured as is experienced trio Mladen Bozovic, Marko Basa and Miodrag Pekovic.

It still won’t be completely easy for England though as Man City striker Stevan Jovetic will hope to give club colleague Joe Hart a busy night in front of the Wembley crowd.

There is a lot at stake in this group and England will need to make sure they beat Montenegro to avoid having to go through the playoff rounds.

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