With three consecutive losses in Group F, Estonia will likely be the first team to exit the qualification round. On matchday 6, they lost to Belgium by conceding five goals, and now they face Azerbaijan in the Euro 2024 Qualifier game.
Also, Azerbaijan are in crisis. They have only won one point in Group F and lost to Belgium in the previous group stage match. Last month, they beat Jordan by 2-1 in an international friendly.
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Since Estonia won one point against this team in June, the A. Le Coq Arena is likely to be packed. With that said, it will not be an easy task to defeat them this time around.
Head to Head
Friday’s match will be the 10th encounter between Estonia and Azerbaijan. The home team has emerged victorious in three of their previous meetings, while the away team has only tasted victory once. There have been five draws between the two sides. In their most recent match, which was a reverse fixture of Friday’s game, they played to a 1-1 draw. Estonia has not lost in their last four games against Azerbaijan, dating back to 1999. However, the visitors have only managed to keep one clean sheet in their last five meetings. Currently ranked 115th in the FIFA rankings, Estonia sits six spots above their opponent for this weekend’s game, as of the latest update.