After a tough last run of results, Armenia travel to the Republic of Ireland and need a win to take the hosts in Group B1 of the Nations League.
Joaquín Caparrós has resisted calls to prematurely terminate his contract, which expires in November, after a recent miserable run that culminated in a 5-0 loss to Ukraine in Yerevan on Saturday.
That puts his side a point behind the Republic of Ireland, who should have enough quality to pose problems for a defense that have conceded at least three times in the last three games.
However, Armenia won the first leg between the two sides in early June and Ireland will be wary of a shock on their home turf.
Here’s everything you need to know before playing.
When and where is it?
The Republic of Ireland v Armenia game kicks off at 19:45 BST on Tuesday 27 September at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland.
How can I view it?
Viewers in the UK can watch the game live on Premier Sports 2, with coverage starting at 19:15 BST.
Stephen Kenny has almost a full squad to choose from, although midfielder Josh Cullen is suspended after being booked against Scotland. Young centre-back Andrew Omobamidele was forced to withdraw from the squad last week through injury and has stayed on at Norwich. Kenny hinted ahead of the game that he was considering changes but stressed they would not be comprehensive.
It has been 18 months since Armenia won away from home and with Joaquín Caparrós set to step down at the end of the season, choosing a manager might not be easy. A back five was successfully used in the second leg and Caparros could return to the formation that started with a four against Ukraine. Captain Varazdat Haroyan could return after his suspension.
Republic of Ireland XI: Bazunu; Collins, Egan, O’Shea; Doherty, Hendrick, Molumby, Ritter, McClean; Parrot, Obafemi
Armenia XI: Yurchenko; Hambardzumyan, Mkoyan, Haroyan, Calisir, Hovhannisyan; Barseghyan, Sperzyan, Grigoryan, Bayramyan; Bichakhchyan.
Republic of Ireland wins 4/11
Armenia wins 23/2
All does not appear to be particularly good in the Armenian camp at the moment, which should allow the Republic of Ireland to secure their place in League B for the next Nations League cycle. Republic of Ireland 3-1 Armenia
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