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Big Matches : Slovakia vs Andorra.
Date : At June 4 2011.
starts at 17:00CET.
Since Armenia gained independence from the Soviet Union, these two sides have met on just two occasions, during Euro 2000 qualifying, with the Russians winning on both occasions.
The hosts have won their last two competitive internationals with home wins against Slovakia (3-1) and group minnows Andorra (4-0). The last time they won two consecutive qualification games was in February 2008, when they won in Malta and Belarus.
As a consequence of their last two results in the group, Armenia are in second place on seven points, with their superior goal difference separating them from Ireland and Slovakia - all teams have played four matches so far.
Current Spartak Moscow coach Valery Karpin scored in both the meetings between these two sides, as did former Spartak striker Vladimir Beschastnykh.
Russia have the meanest defence in Group B, having conceded just three goals in their four matches and they will look for their third clean sheet in as many games against tomorrow's opponents.
Dick Advocaat's men are currently top of the group with nine points after three wins and a draw from their four matches as they look to make up for the disappointment of missing out on World Cup 2010.
Armenia: The hosts have their magic 3-M attack available - Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Yura Movsisyan and former Ajax striker Edgar Manucharyan as well as their veteran goalkeeper Roman Berezovsky and their most capped player Sargis Hovsepyan marshalling the defence. Robert Zebelyan, Valeri Aleksanyan and Levon Pachajyan all return to the squad.
Russia: Chelsea winger Yuri Zhirkov makes his return after injury while Aleksei Iionov and Evgeni Makeev receive their first international call-ups. Winger Vladimir Bystrov is out with injury and Pavel Mamaev has been dropped by Dick Advocaat.