Croatia is on the brink of qualifying for the European Championship. Two years ago, they beat Russia in a rain-soaked match at Poljud and qualified for the World Cup in Qatar. Two years earlier, they won against Slovakia in Rujevica and won the Euro. Tonight at 8:45 p.m., Vatreni will play a decisive match against Armenia at Maksimir, with more than 20 thousand fans expected to witness the event.
Luka Modrić is likely to play his final match at Maksimir tonight, as he has been an integral part of Croatia’s success in recent years. If Croatia wins this game, they will earn a visa to participate in the Euros in Germany. However, even if they draw, it will depend on the outcome of the match between Wales and Turkey.
Additionally, if Croatia beats Armenia tonight, they can finish first place in their group and secure a direct spot in the knockout stages of the tournament. But can Armenia pull off an upset and shock Croatia? We ask you in our survey what you think will happen tonight at Maksimir.