After putting up a goose egg during the first two match-days of the 2020 Euro qualifiers, Armenia will look to bounce back during the second international break, with a home game against Liechtenstein before making the trek to Greece, needing results to keep their hopes of qualifying for their first ever major tournament.
Starting the break against Liechtenstein gives Armenia the best opportunity to get on the board. Liechtenstein is tied with Armenia in the bottom of the group, without a single point after losing 2-nil to Greece and 6-nil to Italy. The two nations have met twice prior, both during the inaugural UEFA Nation’s Cup, with Armenia taking a 2-1 result at home, and a 2-2 draw during the reverse fixture.
Following what should be a fruitful home date, flying to Greece for the second fixture isn’t going to be an easy task. The two nations have met four times, with Greece taking three victories and a draw. Armenia will hope to net their first victory against a Greece side that will be coming off a date against, current, group leaders Italy.