Iceland so far won 4 points from 6 games (victory against Liechtenstein and lucky draw against North Macedonia) and the situation in the team is chaotic. They are literally handicapped by absences today because coach Vidarsson can’t count on team captain Aron Gunnarsson, Jón Guðni Fjóluson, Daníel Grétarsson, and best player Gylfi Sigurdsson, who lost his place in both Everton and the national team after a sex scandal. Armenia’s captain Mkhitaryan will be the main threat to the home side like a most experienced player and leading goalscorer. The big news has been the inclusion of Columbus Crew’s attacking midfielder Lucas Zelarayan, who announced himself as eligible to play for Armenia, despite never having set foot in the country, due to it being the place of his grandfather’s birth. Armenia is in a heavy fight with Romania for the second place, and I think that will grab at least a point after a shameful draw at home against Liechtenstein.