Finland vs Armenia for the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers match on Tuesday at Veritas Stadium.
They are two teams competing for second place in Group J in the Euro 2020 qualifiers, essential data for Finland vs Armenia.
It is a match that must be exciting and decisive for Euro qualification.
It is not a team that scores many goals but generally does not concede many goals either. It is the second team with less conceded, with only four.
For now, they remain in the second position of the table but need a victory with which they would practically guarantee the qualification.
The only two games they lost in the qualifiers were against Italy, at home and away. It was the only national team that has scored against Finland so far.
Finland won their first away game against Armenia on March, 0-2. Most of their goals occur in the second half of the game.
It is one of the teams that concede the most goals in their group. In the last five clashes against Finland, Armenia has never managed to win.
Armenia has four defeats and one draw, corresponding to qualifiers for the European Championship and the World Cup.
One of their most important players is Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who has played for teams such as Borussia Dortmund, Manchester United, Arsenal and is currently a Roma player in Italian Serie A.
In their six qualifying games, only two have been away and is balanced on a statistical level because they have lost one and won another.
They are not used to leave the score at zero, this only happened once in their six games so far in the tournament.
Finland has proven to have a good defence, so much of their chances of finishing in the top two of Group J’s Euro 2020 qualifying positions are correct.
For Finland’s prediction against Armenia, the most important thing is to analyze the odds of several goals happening, because the locals must score against a team that always concedes goals.
The visitors will also attack to continue having qualifying chances.
This need to attack can leave many spaces in each area and allow a game with many goals.