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Armenia vs Greece, UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying: Preview, Prediction, h2h

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Armenia and Greece will conflict on Friday in another qualification game for UEFA Euro 2020. Greece don’t have any possibility of qualifying for the finals next year as they sit on the 5th spot in group J with 8. Armenia need two triumphs from their last two matches and will trust Finland to lose twice so as to overtake them at the second spot.

Armenia stands a little opportunity to make it to the mains of the Euros. Be that as it may, having no other go, they should go for the little possibility and attempt to win the staying two fixtures. This Friday, with the guide of home advantage, and the appearance of Greece, against whom they won the turn around the fixture, the Armenians hold the upper hand.

Greece have battled for points and lost their odds at a top 2 completion in spite of a 2-1 win over Bosnia-Herzegovina last break, as yet heading out to Armenia for their Matchday 9 conflict in the trust they can put on a strong challenge and finish the UEFA EURO 2020 Qualifiers campaign in great spirits.

Ethniki have been a long way from amazing and their goalscoring inconveniences demonstrated expensive on the road, as they endured tight misfortunes in Finland (1-0), Italy (2-0), and just interrupted the undesirable streak with a 1-1 home draw against Liechtenstein. They will currently want to show more and we improve shape now.

Armenia have, then again, seen two extremely disillusioning trips in October, where Liechtenstein (1-1) grabbed a point and Finland outclassed them in a 3-0 win at Veritas Stadium. They’ve been harder here and will want to show only that however expanding on an exciting 4-2 win over Bosnia-Herzegovina in September will be no simple undertaking.

Havaqakan have still battled defensively and can scarcely flaunt any stability at the back. All the more worryingly, they ought to be without Henrikh Mkhitaryan indeed and we don’t really observe them keeping hold of their top 2 possibilities in front of the last day of the campaign.

Notwithstanding, Greece could have inconveniences themselves and the battles they’ve seen through most part of the campaign scarcely feel promising.

When does Armenia vs Greece match start?

Armenia vs Greece match will be starting on Friday, 15 November 2019 at 17:00 (BST).

Where is Armenia vs Greece being played?

Armenia vs Greece match will be played at Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium in Yerevan.

Armenia vs Greece Head-to-head (h2h)

The last time these two met, Greece lost at home 2-3.

Three of the four previous successes went to the Greeks.

Four of the past five fixtures failed to have goals at either end of the pitch.

On the road, Greece holds a 100% winning record against this adversary over the last two decades.

Greece kept clean sheets in four of the earlier five match-ups.

Armenia vs Greece Prediction

Armenia had taken on Bosnia in their most recent home tie, and afterward, floated by some motivating exhibitions by their players, and the help of the group, the hosts dealt with a persuading 4-2 triumph. The match was somewhat near call in the initial stages, yet the visitors fell off course as the game advanced.

The host team opened their record in the third minute itself, which was immediately equalized by the guests. Later in the second half, the procedure repeated once, as the hosts found the back of the net, just for their adversaries to score once more.

Notwithstanding, later, the Bosnians at that point surrendered two unanswered goals to relinquish the hold in the fixture.

Then, on the road, the Greeks were defeated by table-toppers, Italy. While the initial 45 minutes abandoned occurrence, the Italians later included two goals without answer, to post one more three points on the board.

This weekend, the home advantage, in addition to the success in the h2h conflict for Armenia will factor in deciding the result of the game. Besides, while the hosts stand an outside opportunity to make it to the next round, the Greeks have mathematically eliminated that probability. Moreover, while the Armenians won four of their last seven home ties, their contrary number lost their past three on the road.

Mulling over these factors, foresee Armenia to rise successfully this end of the week.

Nonetheless, with the visitors having nothing to lose, and with their h2h predominance throughout the years, it’s impossible that Greece will return empty-handed. Likely, the BTTS alternative holds a lot of potential this Friday.

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Dan Zinman started his career as an astronomer and college professor and quickly expanded into popularizing the understanding of science and scientific discovery. He did this through writing books, essays, and articles. He is contributing by writing news articles for timebulletin.com.