Wales vs Ukraine: All you need to know about the qualifier playoff final for FIFA World Cup 2022

Wales beat Austria in the World Cup qualifier in March while Ukraine defeated Scotland in the other semifinal setting up the clash to decide the remaining team from Europe at Qatar 2022.

Wales and Ukraine will fight out for the final spot at Qatar 2022 from Europe in the World Cup play-off final in Cardiff on Sunday.

Both the teams have qualified for one World Cup each, with Wales playing in the 1958 edition of the tournament and Ukraine featuring in Germany in 2006.

If Wales manages to win, it will break the record for the longest gap between two World Cup appearances for a nation, with it returning to the tournament after 64 years.

The winner of this match will join Group B in the 2022 FIFA World Cup alongside England, Iran, and the United States of America.

The two draws came in the World Cup qualifiers for the 2002 World Cup at a time when Ukraine was managed by one of football's most respected and influential managers Valeriy Lobanovskyi.

The host Wales comes into the match with two wins in its last five matches and suffered a loss to Poland in the Nations League in its last match.

The captain of Wales led from the front in the previous World Cup Qualifier against Austria with a brace, including a stunning free-kick goal. He is currently the country's leading goalscorer.