Only around 4,000 England fans are due to be in Donetsk tonight, but those who spoke to ITV News said they weren't expecting any trouble.
England's rendition of ‘The Great Escape’ will be drowned out by an intimidating wave of ear-splitting eastern European nationalism.
A Swedish fan has presented the Ukrainian PM with a six pack of beer after losing a bet that his team would beat Ukraine in Euro 2012.
Parliament was briefly suspended in Ukraine after a speech in Russian sparked a fist fight between MPs.
The leader of the ruling Party of Regions, Oleksandr Yefremov, gave a speech in Russian which riled members of the nationalist Svoboda (Freedom) party, who chanted "Ukrainian!" at the politician.
Then Svoboda MPs approached Yefremov's members and a brawl erupted.
The use of the Russian language is a contentious issue in Ukraine, where millions consider it their mother tongue while many others see its use as an insult to national pride.
This is not the first time Ukraine politicians have resorted to violence.
Authorities in Ukraine say five people have died in a helicopter crash in the central city of Kirovograd.
A session of Ukraine's new parliament collapsed amid chaos today when brawls erupted among opposition deputies and those of the ruling party over the election of parliamentary officials - for the second time in as many days.
A massive brawl between MPs erupted with dozens involved in a fight, but leaving boxing champion Vitaly Klitschko, who was visiting the chamber, watching from the side.
On Wednesday opposition deputies paralysed the session by encircling the rostrum and sabotaged plans of the ruling coalition to ease Mykola Azarov into a second term as prime minister.
Today opposition deputies swarmed around the rostrum when a vote on the appointment of Vladimir Rybak, the Regions' candidate for speaker, was about to be announced, and clashed with a group of Regions deputies.
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich has accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Mykola Azarov's government and told the cabinet to stay on in an interim capacity, according to the presidential website.
Yanukovich now has the option of re-appointing Azarov and individual ministers if he chooses.
The referee has blown for full time and Frank Lampard's penalty has rescued a point for England at Wembley.
A screamer from Yevhen Konoplyanka put Ukraine ahead after 39 minutes before Lampard equalised with three minutes to go.
England captain Steven Gerrard was sent off in the 88th minute for a second bookable offence.
With two minutes of normal time remaining, England captain Steven Gerrard was sent off after picking up his second yellow card of the evening.
Frank Lampard's penalty has levelled the score in England's World Cup qualifier against Ukraine at Wembley.
With under half an hour remaining, Roy Hodgson brings on striker Danny Welbeck for midfielder Tom Cleverley.
England trail 1-0 against Ukraine at Wembley.
Ukraine's Yevhen Konoplyanka opened the scoring against England with a 25-yard curler 39 minutes into the World Cup qualifier at Wembley.
Earlier, England's Jermain Defoe had a goal disallowed for a foul.
Ukraine’s highest court has upheld the conviction of former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko for abuse of office, a case that has strained the former Soviet state’s ties with the West.
Tymoshenko was an architect of Ukraine’s 2004 Orange Revolution that promoted democracy and unsuccessfully ran for president in 2010.
She was sentenced to seven years in prison in October 2011, when she was found guilty of exceeding her powers while negotiating a gas contract with Russia while she was prime minister. Emma Murphy reports: