FIN vs ARM Dream11 : Second place decider in Group J set to take the qualification round by aplomb today
From snapping at Italy’s heels in top spot to now trying to hang onto second place. Finland’s demise in Group J of the Euro 2020 Qualification Round is looking a very realistic likelihood with the side declining in form, going on a never ending downward spiral, one the side know they need to snap out of at the earliest.
After losing just one of out five matches with four wins out of those fixtures seeing Finland lay down a real marker in the group, the side have ever since lost two ties on the bounce. A defeat to Italy was followed up by a 4-1 routing handed over to them by Bosnia and Herzegovina, a result which leaves Finland in a precarious situation where they find themselves just the two points ahead of Armenia as things stand.
It what adds to the intrigue of today’s encounter when these two sides go at loggerheads against each other with the winner taking over second place in the group and moving one step closer to a spot in the main tournamnet. Armenia make an advent into the match having drawn 1-1 with Liechtenstein previously, a fixture where they put in a drab performance to miss out on three vital points which would have taken them ahead of Finland.
With both the sides stepping out onto the park looking for the three points, having aspirations akin to each other, this is a match which is going to be contested extremely competitively and in a feisty manner. The margins for error will be extremely small in a fixture which promises to reverberate an enthralling brand of football as we wrap up this round of the qualification matches.
Probable Playing 11
Lukáš Hrádecký (GK), Jukka Raitala, Joona Toivio, Sauli Väisänen, Jere Uronen, Tim Sparv, Glen Kamara, Robin Lod, Jasse Tuominen, Joel Pohjanpalo, Teemu Pukki
Aram Hayrapetyan (GK), Hovhannes Hambardzumyan, Varazdat Haroyan, Hayk Ishkhanyan, Kamo Hovhannisyan, Marcos Pizzelli, Gevorg Ghazaryan, Rumyan Hovsepyan, Tigran Barseghyan, Artur Miranyan, Sargis Adamyan
UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying Round
Match: Finland Vs Armenia Group J
Date And Time: 16th October, Wednesday- 12:15am IST
Venue: Veritas Stadion, Turku
Where To Watch: Sony Ten 1/HD
- Lukáš Hrádecký, Glen Kamara, Robin Lod, Teemu Pukki
- Aram Hayrapetyan, Hayk Ishkhanyan, Artur Miranyan, Sargis Adamyan
- Teemu Pukki
FIN vs ARM Dream11 Goal-Keeper
With both of the sides shipping in goals at will in their recent of fixtures, a cleansheet is the last thing we’ll be regaled in. Our pick of the man in between the sticks was based on the goal-keeper likelier to pull off the more saves, seeing us opt for Armenia’s Aram Ayrapetyan for the forthcoming clash.
FIN vs ARM Dream11 Defenders
Staying true to our aforementioned narrative of either side missing out a cleansheet come today’s clash with the two having let in 20 goals in the 14 matches they have played in between them, we have kept our picks down to the bare minimum of three for this clash. We begin by getting in a duo from Finland with the side the better out of the two in their defensive setup, roping in the services of Joona Toivio and Sauli Vaisanen with the two attackingly inclined as well whilst from the opposing side we have decided to go in with Hovhannes Hambardzumyan.
FIN vs ARM Dream11 Midfielders
Where a cleansheet won’t be fathomed today by either side, the goals will keep coming in. Not only are both the sides well-versed in going about their job dutifully when it comes to scoring goals and imbedding in place the due processes in need to find the opposition’s goal but the behemoth nature of this encounter is going to see them come hot out of the blocks.
This sees us get in the formidable partnership of Glen Kamara and Tim Sparv from the home side, a duo which incorporates both attack and defence from the side, two players who are going to be instrumental to the side’s cause today. Robin Lod comes in as well for us as solely an attacking option, a player who is more than adept at scrimmaging his way past defenders and coming up with a goal for his side.
Elsewhere we have gone in with only the one pick from Armenia for this match with Gevorg Ghazaryan coming into our side for this one.
FIN vs ARM Dream11 Strikers
We get in the attacking picks from Armenia over here with Finland having let slip in 6 goals in their previous two encounters. Both Tigran Barseghyan and Sargis Adamyan have come into our side for this one while from Finland we have gone in with their most integral player in the form of Teemu Pukki.
A talismanic start by him to the Premier League has slowly started regressing with the striker’s form waning and unravelling over the course of the last month but that doesn’t deter us from opting for him. The striker has on more than one occasion shown what he’s capable of, a striker who is lethal and clinical in nature, someone is side will be banking on to deliver for them yet again.
Captain And Vice-Captain
We repose faith is Pukki as our captain whilst Lod comes into our side as the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.