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Armenia’s Quest for Dominance in Latvia: 2024 UEFA Euro Qualifying Continues
In the dynamic realm of 2024 UEFA Euro qualifying, Armenia is on a mission as they set their sights on Latvia. Following a recent setback, where they experienced their first loss in the tournament, Armenia is now striding into Skonto Stadion in Riga, Latvia with a renewed determination.
Today, their primary objective is to maintain pace with the likes of Croatia and Turkey in Group D. They are also fervently seeking a second victory against Latvia in 2023. Armenia has demonstrated prowess in Group D with a record of 2 wins, 1 draw, and 1 loss so far. Notably, they clinched a 2-1 victory over Latvia in Yerevan on June 19, thanks to an injury-time penalty scored by Tigran Barseghyan, marking his ninth career goal in international competition.
In contrast, Latvia has struggled in Group D, remaining winless and scoring only three goals in five matches. The team now faces the challenge with a concerning negative goal differential of -10.
Key Details for Watching Latvia vs Armenia Today:
- Game Date: October 12, 2023
- Game Time: 11:50 a.m. ET
- TV Channel: FOX Soccer Plus
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Armenia is also set to welcome the return of the veteran center back, Varazdat Haroyan, who was sidelined in the previous match against Croatia in September due to a yellow card accumulation. Haroyan, boasting 76 caps, shares the honor with midfielder Kamo Hovhannisyan, making him the fourth most-capped player for Armenia and the most among all active players.
To secure a spot in the European championships, Armenia must succeed in achieving an away victory, a feat that has eluded them, with just one win in their last nine away matches since September 2021.
Despite their relatively low goal output, Latvia could pose a considerable threat, considering that Armenia has not kept a clean sheet in any of their last 13 matches.
This fixture marks the fourth encounter between the two nations, with the all-time series standing at a balanced 1-1-1, with Latvia’s sole victory dating back to a friendly match in 2014.