The stage is set for Croatia to qualify for the European Championship, as they face Armenia at Maksimir tonight at 8:45 p.m. A win will secure them a visa, but even a draw can be enough if the result from the match between Wales and Turkey matches. This could be Luka Modrić’s last match at Maksimir, as he has been an integral part of Croatia’s success in previous tournaments, including their qualification for the World Cup in Qatar two years ago and their victory in the Euro two years earlier against Slovakia in Rujevica.
With more than 20 thousand fans expected to attend the match, it’s sure to be an electrifying atmosphere at Maksimir. But will Croatia celebrate lightly or can the Armenians pull off an upset? We want to hear your thoughts on this important match, so take our survey and let us know what you think will happen tonight!