v Coach Blokhin could opt to field a slightly more defensive line-up. Than the one that beat Sweden in Kiev on Monday, with Ruslan Rotan a contender to come in and bolster the midfield.
v However, that would mean one of strikers Andriy Shevchenko or Andriy Voronin. Both very impressive on Monday but may dropping to the bench.
v Shevchenko, at 35, would be the logical choice to take a rest. For that reason, following his heroics against Sweden it is unlikely he will be dropped.
v For France, Rennes
midfielder Yann M'Vila has fully recovered from an ankle injury and could come in at the expense of Alou Diarra.
v That is expected to be the only change made by coach Blanc, though Hatem Ben Arfa
and Marvin Martin and Olivier Giroud remain options from the bench.
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