Oleh Blokhin’s men convincingly beat Estonia 4-0 in their previous outing on Monday to make it five wins in their last six internationals.
Man of the moment Andriy Yarmolenko continued his excellent scoring record by getting his fifth goal in eight, while fellow Dynamo Kiev pair Artem Milevskiy and Oleh Gusev scored either side of an Andriy Voronin header.
After finalising his squad for the championships on Tuesday, Blokhin has only tonight’s clash and next week’s game with Turkey before their opening tournament game with Sweden on June 11th.
Luckily for punters looking to have an immediate flutter, there is some recent history between Austria and Ukraine to use as a guide.
The two sides met back in November, with Ukraine running out 2-1 winners in the Lviv Arena. Milevskiy and Marko Devic scored either side of an Olexandr Kucher equaliser in what was Ukraine’s last fixture on home soil.
In fairness to Austria, they are also in reasonable shape, as that result was their only defeat in their last five outings, having drawn twice and beaten Azerbaijan and Finland.
A look at the 3Way football betting market shows that the home side are 11/5 outsiders for the win, with Ukraine priced at 5/4 and the draw also available at 11/5.
With Ukraine in such impressive goalscoring form, I will be having a little play on them winning a game featuring three or more goals at 31/10.
Punters who use their free £25 bet for registering with bwin will see a return of £92.50 if they back the visitors to win in this manner.
Alternatively, if you fancy a repeat of that 2-1 scoreline from last autumn you can get stuck into tempting odds of 8/1.
Recommended bet: Ukraine to win a game of over 2.5 goals @ 27/10
Outside punt: Ukraine to beat Austria 2-1 @ 8/1
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