'The games against Croatia will be tough; we all know how strong they are. Three days later, we will play with the Ukrainian team. It is football, after all, so we can surprise our opponents. We’re glad to have started the qualification round so good, but our goal is more global – to make it to the Euro 2020 finals. We also want to deliver a good game against Croatia and Ukraine’, Albert Bunjaku said at a pre-match press conference on October 5.
Ukraine and Kosovo will play at a neutral field in Krakow, Poland, on October 9. This will be the second match for both teams within qualification round for FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia.