Greece are coming off a really hard battle in Italy, but failed to take any points from that match. They will now return home for their next assignment, where they will play host to Bosnia & Herzegovina on Tuesday. The visitors recorded a very important win against Finland in their last match and renewed their qualification hopes.
Bosnia & Herzegovina (3-3-1) had to win their home match against Finland in order to have a fighting chance, and they did. They scored a couple of goals on each half and eventually won that match by an easy 1-4. They are now sitting at the 4th spot of the group with 10 points, just as many as Armenia above them. Both teams are two points behind the 2nd Finland and the 2nd qualification spot in this group.
Greece (1-4-2) fought really hard in their away match against Italy, but eventually caved in. They were doing a solid job till the hour mark, and even threatened to score on a couple of occasions. But they conceded twice in a 15-minute span to eventually lose by 0-2. They are still sitting at the 5th spot of Group J with 5 points, seven behind the qualification spots and with two teams in-between. Each of their last three matches have featured Under 2.5 Goals, with Greece scoring just once in that span.