Ubuntu Server Raspberry Pi on QEMU

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I would like to do some testing of Ubuntu Server 20.04 Raspberry Pi images I have created.
But I currently don’t have a spare raspberry pi to test with.
I’ve found guides on how to emulate Raspberry Pi with QEMU but they require a qemu kernel and the ones they reference are for Raspbian.

Can someone advise on how to emulate Raspberry Pi 4 on x86/amd64 and test Ubuntu Server Pi images?
Is there a qemu kernel for Ubuntu Raspberry Pi somewhere?

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