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Finland vs Armenia Live Streams UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying: Preview, Prediction

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Finland and Armenia will meet in Turku for their next match in Group J of the UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying campaign on Tuesday. The two countries are in a direct fight for the second spot in group J, which is right now involved by Finland, who are on 12 points, while Finland are not very a long way behind, sitting in third position equivalent on 10 points with Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Finland can’t manage the cost of a slip up at this stage as they are conceivably only a few games away from advancing alongside Italy from Group J. With home advantage likewise in their arsenal this week, Finland are the top choices to leave away with each of the three points.

Finland vs Armenia Team News

Finland

Finland will endeavor to come back to winning ways against Armenia in UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying Group J having lost 4-1 to Bosnia and Herzegovina on Saturday which followed their 2-1 home defeat against Italy in September.

In spite of the fact that they are still second in the qualifying group, Finland’s gap over the chasing pack is down to two points after those consecutive misfortunes, with Armenia one of the teams within contacting separation making this a key fixture.

Finland won 2-0 away in Armenia when the two countries met back in March and that outcome expanded their unbeaten run against Armenia to five matches, with four successes and a draw and just a single goal yielded.

Finland’s advancement towards their first since forever significant finals has faltered in their previous two qualifiers. A misfortune at home to Italy was followed at the end of the week by a 4-1 away misfortune to Bosnia and Herzegovina. That leaves Finland still in the second automatic qualifying position with three games remaining. In any case, they are currently just two points clear of Armenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Two of their final three games are at home with this match against Armenia followed by one against the bottom of the table Liechtenstein. At that point they travel to Greece however by then will trust that qualification has been secured.

Finland lost at home to Italy however their other two games have been won. Two more home successes would take them to the edge of qualification. They are at least guaranteed a play-off place because of their accomplishment in the UEFA Nations League, so will have two cracks at qualifying.

Armenia

Armenia drew 1-1 away from home against Liechtenstein the last break with a first-half goal from Tigran Barseghyan counteracted late in the game. A success for Armenia would have seen them level on points with Finland in second place in UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying Group J in front of this match.

Having earned a 4-2 triumph against Bosnia and Herzegovina a month ago the dropped points against Liechtenstein were a colossal dissatisfaction in Armenia’s offered to attempt to overwhelm Finland in the group.

Armenia still come into this match with just one defeat in their last five matches since losing to Finland in March and that sole defeat was from home against group leaders Italy who lie in wait for Armenia in their final group fixture one month from now.

Armenia are in third and two points behind their rivals. Success in Finland will bring them into the top two yet of their final three group games, two are away to the sides as of now filling the top two places.

They additionally are yet to play in a significant final yet will curse subsequent to being held to a 1-1 draw by Liechtenstein on Saturday. They removed the lead in that game yet a goal 18 minutes from time cost them two valuable points.

They lost 2-0 at home to Finland in the reverse fixture and they just have four points from their three away matches in this group, the only win coming in Greece. Go for Finland to get an imperative home win.

Here is everything people need to know about when and where to watch Finland vs Armenia match:

When does Finland vs Armenia kick-off?

Finland vs Armenia will occur on Tuesday, 15th October 2019 – 17:00 (UK).

Where is Finland vs Armenia being played?

Finland vs Armenia will be played at Veritas Stadion in Turku.

What TV channel is Finland vs Armenia on?

Sky spare the rights to UEFA European Qualifiers matches in the UK. British watchers can tune in by Sky Sports, while watchers in the United States can follow through Univision NOW.

Where can I stream Finland vs Armenia live?

On the off chance that the match is broadcast on Sky Sports, by then subscribers will have the choice to stream the match live by Sky Go app.

Finland vs Armenia Prediction

This is a pivotal fixture for the two countries as they fight to qualify for EURO 2020. Finland may have lost their last two matches yet they are still in a decent position to take the runners-up spot in the group and a triumph against Armenia would clearly give their enemies an excessive amount to do as far as leapfrogging them. The hosts have a superb head-to-head record against Armenia and aided by the prolific Teemu Pukki they can secure the important three points.

Jari Litmanen’s men have not grabbed any points in their last two games in a running. The latest of which saw them at the losing end of a heavy 4-1 scorecard. Nevertheless, the squad are still in contention for a direct ticket to the Euros and are sporting a two-point cushion over both Armenia and Bosnia in the table.

The hosts have conceded defeat only once on home soil so far also. Which again, to their defense, was against the present table-toppers. Then again, the guests are unbeaten in their last two games.

In any case, it needs saying that the away side rescued close to a point in their last clash on the road against Lichtenstein, and have proven to be the top only thrice in their past seven fixtures overall.

Besides, Armenia have not been faring great against this adversary in their past meetings. The hosts are boasting a 100% unbeaten record and have dominated the competition in every one of their last two conflicts here too.

To exacerbate the situation for the guests, the away side have risen triumphantly only once in their last three trips in the qualifiers. Considering that Finland brought down the visitors serenely with a 2-0 scorecard in the reverse fixture, Armenia’s odds of getting even a point is surely looking bleak in this one.

Moreover, the hosts have been at their defensive best on home soil, and have kept a clean sheet in five of their last seven games here, in all competitions. Taking into account that their past head to the head fixture was likewise a low scoring one, depend on Finland to win and to do as such with under 2.5 goals on scoreboards.

Additionally, Teemu Pukki has been Finland’s go-to man for goals in their campaign up until now. Given that he has discovered the back of the net reliably in every one of their last three games here, valiant punters can even back the in-form Finnish striker to score whenever.

Finland need to refocus in the event that they want to keep their place in the top two automatic qualifying places. Italy have just qualified so there’s only one spot left and Finland will hope to get success here at home to Armenia. Their home form in this group is solid with just Italy taking points off them. While Finland were losing in Bosnia on Saturday, Armenia were additionally having an awful night. They could just draw in Liechtenstein and that could cost them truly. Go for Finland to get the home win.

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