Armenia and Ukraine will be battling it out in the matchday five of the UEFA Nations League Group B1 on Saturday evening.
Scotland will host Ukraine in a UEFA Nations League fixture at the Hampden Park on Wednesday night.
The rankings give Ukraine an edge over their opponents. The home side are placed 27th in the overall FIFA rankings, while the visitors are 20 places behind at 47.
Armenia and Scotland sit at the bottom of group B1 with three points each however situation is not as disappointing as it looks like.
Scotland are placed 39th in the FIFA rankings, while the Republic of Ireland are currently occupying the 47th spot.
The troubled European nation is heading into this fixture after narrowly edging past the Republic of Ireland in their last match.
Republic of Ireland will host Ukraine in a UEFA Nations League fixture at the Aviva Stadium on Wednesday.
Wales will take on Ukraine in the World Cup Qualifying playoff final at Cardiff City Stadium on Sunday.
FIFA said it will continue to speak with the IOC, UEFA and other organizations to decide on any other sanctions or measures.
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