Switzerland-Ukraine will not be played tonight, as planned. UEFA has decided to cancel the meeting because the Ukrainian delegation is in quarantine after the positives of Evgeny Makarenko and Eduard Sobol, who played last Saturday against Germany, and Dmitriy Riznyk tested positive for coronavirus. All three were replaced by players from the U21 team. Now, the new date to play the match depends on UEFA.
Yesterday, UEFA planned to continue with the game and reported this in a statement “it remains as planned, pending the approval of the competent Swiss authorities.”
Switzerland and Ukraine are part, along with Spain and Germany, in group 4 of the League of Nations A, and must meet this Tuesday in Lucerne (8:45 p.m.) on the last day of the initial phase of the competition, in which Spaniards and Germans will play the pass to the final four of the same.
Three days ago the Ukrainian team lost to the German in Berlin (3-1) with five casualties among their players due to COVID-19 positives and given the contagion situation, UEFA remains in contact with both the Ukrainian federation and the of Switzerland and the authorities of this country.