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With four wins out of four at kick-off, including at home to Scotlandin May last year, Ukraine were hoping to continue their fine campaign and Darina Apanaschenko's ninth-minute goal ensured they did just that as their opponents were allowed few opportunities despite having much of the possession. Denmark defeated Slovakia 6-1 tonight to keep up their own 100 per cent record from six games, and Ukraine welcome the leaders to Chernigov on 22 June for the first of their two meetings.
Scotland remain third and will clinch that place by overcoming Slovakia in their last game here on 28 September. However a win could be important as only the four teams in that position across the six groups with the best record against the rest of the top quartet in their pool will make October's play-offs.
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|1||Gemma Fay (GK)||12||Nadiya Baranova (GK)|
|4||Ifeoma Dieke||2||Olena Mazurenko (C)|
|5||Michelle Kerr||3||Tetyana Chorna|
|6||Joanne Love||4||Valentyna Kotyk|
|8||Kim Little||6||Lyudmyla Pekur|
|9||Megan Sneddon||7||Olena Khodyreva|
|10||Julie Fleeting (C)|
|14||Leanne Ross||14||Yuliya Vaschenko|
|18||Natalie Ross||17||Daryna Apanaschenko|
|12||Joanna Hutcheson (GK)||1||Iryna Zvarych (GK)|
|2||Rhonda Jones||8||Olha Boychenko|
|7||Amanda Burns||13||Daryna Milchevskaya|
|15||Julie Ferguson||18||Nataliya Sukhorukova|
|16||Amy Mcdonald||22||Iryna Vasylyuk|
|Anna Signeul (SWE)||Anatoliy Kutsev (UKR)|
|Tanja Schett (AUT)|
|Cindy Zeferino De Oliveira (AUT), Senka Omerhodzic (AUT)|
|Morag Pirie (SCO)|