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Due to the war in Ukraine, Scotland and Poland saw their World Cup jump-off matches disappear from their agenda for next week. On the released date (24 March), both countries will hold a practice match, part of the revenues of which will go to the victims of the war.

Scotland-Ukraine and Russia-Poland were normally scheduled for next week (24 March).

But because of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Scotland-Ukraine has been postponed to June. Russia has been banned from the World Cup by FIFA.

Scotland and Poland will play a friendly at Hampden Park in Glasgow (Scotland) next week instead of the scheduled World Cup jump-off matches.

Part of the match’s revenue will go to a UNICEF fund to support the victims in Ukraine.


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