Croatia is just one game away from qualifying for the European Championship. Two years ago, we won a rainy match against Russia at Poljud and went on to participate in the World Cup in Qatar. In 2016, we beat Slovakia in Rujevica and won our first Euro title. Tonight, the stage is set at Maksimir, with Armenia serving as our opponent. The game will be crucial for our qualification into Germany’s Euros tournament, and a win would bring us a visa. However, even if we draw, it could still be enough to qualify if Wales defeats Turkey later this evening.
In what is likely to be his final match at Maksimir, Luka Modric will play a crucial role in guiding Croatia towards victory. With over 20 thousand fans expected to attend the game tonight, there will be plenty of support from the stands as Croatia pushes for their place in the Euros. We are asking you to take part in our survey and predict the outcome of this crucial match between Croatia and Armenia – will Croatia celebrate lightly or can the Armenians pull off an upset?