Armenia vs Greece: Match preview
A match that is of no significance given that both selections have already lost all chances of placing in the Euro next year. Armenia still has a theoretical chance but they do not decide their own fate. They have to wait for a mistake of Finns to lose both matches against Liechtenstein and Greece.
Armenia team news:
Armenia, with a convincing home win over Bosnia and Herzegovina in September revived the hope that it could reach the second place of the group. It would be their first historic standings in the European Championships. But they ruined everything in October by scoring only a point in matches with Liechtenstein and Finland.
They had no luck with the previous coach, because he lost his captain and the biggest star Mkhitaryan before the key match due to injury. Nevertheless, this team definitely failed, so he decided to leave the electoral position.
Probable lineup: Hayrapetyan, Hambardzumyan, Haroyan, Iskhanyan, Hovsepyan, Grigoryan,Barseghyan, Ghazaryan, Babayan, Karapetyan.
Greece team news:
The Greek national team has been going through a turbulent period for the last two years since it dropped from Croatia in additional World Cup qualifiers. Coaches have changed, but unconvincing presentations and poor results were a constant.
The alliance has decided to entrust the rejuvenation of the national team to Dutch coach Van’t Schip, who after his opening breakthroughs in his last qualifying match, reached his first victory. Three points against Bosnia does not mean much to Van’t Schip regarding his position on the group table, but the quality of his team’s presentation is extremely important to him.
Probable lineup: Paschalakis, Giannoulis, Staylidis, Hatzidiakos, Bakakis,Galanopoulos, Korupelis, Mandalos, Bakasetas, Limnios, Pavlidis.
We are confident that both teams will score on Friday given that Armenia has not yet lost all chances to advance further. Even so, they will try to give another good game to the home fans, where they have celebrated three times in the last five matches. Greece is slowly waking up and they showed their attacking potential in the match against Bosnia.
Where to watch:
TV Channels: SportKlub (BiH), SportKlub (Cro), SportKlub (Mac), SportKlub (Mon), SportKlub (Ser), SportKlub (Slo)
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