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15 October 2019 14:50

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Armenia taking on Finland in Euro 2020 Qualifier on Oct 15

Finland, who lie second in Group J, won the reverse fixture against Armenia 2-0 in March and should have the attacking firepower to complete the double on home soil. Josh King's late penalty earned Norway a 1-1 draw with Spain on Saturday and, having lost only two of their last 17 internationals, they may well prove hard to beat on their Group F trip to Romania. Bosnia produced an excellent performance to beat Finland 4-1 on Saturday and they can follow up with a victory in Greece. The hosts have lost five of their last six games and were held to a 1-1 draw by Lichtenstein in their most recent home qualifier. Finland [1.69] v Armenia [6.0]; The Draw [3.8] Finland's 4-1 defeat to Bosnia-Herzegovina has put them under real pressure in Group J.

Though still second, they are only two points ahead of third placed Armenia and Bosnia in fourth. Armenia really should be level with Finland, but allowed Liechtenstein to score a late equaliser against them on Saturday. Malta's only points in Group F came in the reverse fixture, which they won 2-1. The two bottom teams in Group D have no chance of qualification, but Georgia have picked up a couple of useful points of late, drawing 0-0 at home with both Denmark and Republic of Ireland. Considering that Georgia only won the home fixture 3-0, under 2.5 goals looks big at [2.7].

Greece [3.4] v Bosnia [2.44]; The Draw [3.25] Bosnia-Herzegovina's 4-1 thrashing of Finland has put them in the hunt to secure Group J's second qualification position, behind Italy. With Greece's defeat to Italy ensuring that they have now lost five of their last six matches (D1). One constant has been the form of their striker Eran Zahavi who scored his tenth goal of this qualification process in the 3-1 defeat to Austria. Liechtenstein drew their second successive game in Group J when they fought back to tie 1-1 with Armenia. Norway's injury time equaliser against Spain has kept alive their hopes of automatic qualification, but they will probably need to beat Romania to stand any realistic chance.

Sweden are the current occupiers of Group F's second automatic qualification place, behind Spain. That could be difficult against a Spanish side that were seconds away from beating Norway and had won their previous six qualifiers, including a 3-0 home win over Sweden. PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia are taking on Finland in a Euro 2020 Group J Qualifier on Tuesday, October 15. Two points separate the sides, as Finland sit second with 12 points, whereas Armenia are now third, with 10 points. Armenia drew a qualifying fixture against Liechtenstein on Saturday 1-1 and will only move to the second spot if they successfully secure a win over Finland at the Veritas Stadion in Torku.

Italy have secured their qualification thanks to their 2-0 win over Greece, and there is only one qualification spot left for grab in Group J. Finland will be striving to return to winning ways against Armenia in 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. Although they are still second in the qualifying group, Finland's gap over the chasing pack is down to two points after those back-to-back losses, with Armenia one of the teams within touching distance making this a key fixture. Finland won 2-0 away in Armenia when the two nations met back in March and that result increased their unbeaten run against Armenia to five matches, with four wins and a draw and only one goal conceded. Armenia drew 1-1 away from home against Liechtenstein last time out with a first-half goal from Tigran Barseghyan cancelled out late in the game.

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A win for Armenia would have seen them level on points with Finland in second place in EURO 2020 qualifying Group J ahead of this match. Having earned a 4-2 victory against Bosnia and Herzegovina last month the dropped points against Liechtenstein were a huge disappointment in Armenia's bid to try and overtake Finland in the group. Armenia still come into this match with only one defeat in their last five matches since losing to Finland in March and that sole defeat was away from home against group leaders Italy who lie in wait for Armenia in their final group fixture next month. Finland might have lost their last two matches but they are still in a good position to take the runners-up spot in the group and a victory against Armenia would surely give their foes too much to do in terms of leapfrogging them. Greece v Bosnia & Herzegovina Betting Tips – UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifier, 15th October 19.45pm Greece welcome Bosnia & Herzegovina to the Olympic Stadium in Athens on Tuesday evening for a vital UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier. It's all to play for in Group J with three fixtures left, as only two points separate Finland in second to Armenia and Bosnia in second and third respectively. Roberto Mancini's Italy have won the group, picking up maximum points from seven games, leaving just one automatic spot left. Greece v Bosnia & Herzegovina Betting Odds* Despite taking just five points from seven qualifiers, Greece's qualification hopes are not over just yet. Victory on Tuesday will take them to within two points of Bosnia. The Greeks have lost four of their seven qualifiers, winning just once along the way. That sole victory came on matchday one, when goals from Kostas Fortounis and Anastasios Donis gave them a 2-0 win over Liechtenstein in Vaduz back in March. Since then, they have taken just two points from six Group J matches. Greece v Bosnia & Herzegovina Head to Head These two nations have met ten times, with Bosnia winning half of those Greece have beaten Bosnia & Herzegovina just once Key-Facts – Greece v Bosnia & Herzegovina The Greeks are five points behind the Bosnians Bosnia have taken six points from their last three qualifiers Bosnia & Herzegovina News and Form – Will the Golden Lilies make it back-to-back wins? Bosnia are just two points behind Finland, and they are level on points with Armenia. Last Saturday, Bosnia picked up a stunning 4-1 win over Finland at the Bilino Polje Stadium in Zenica. Greece v Bosnia & Herzegovina Tips & Odds Bosnia & Herzegovina to win and both teams to score at 9/2 Greece v Bosnia & Herzegovina Predictions Bosnia & Herzegovina win: When these two sides met in Zenica back in March, Greece came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2. bet365 are offering the very tempting price of 9/2 for the away side to win and both teams to score. The Juve man, who also has three qualifying goals to his name, is available at 15/2 to score first.