Two years ago, Croatia qualified for the World Cup in Qatar after beating Russia in a rain-soaked match at Poljud. Two years earlier, Croatia won against Slovakia in Rujevica and won the Euro. Tonight at 8:45 p.m., Croatia will play a decisive match for qualifying for the Euros in Germany against Armenia at Maksimir stadium. A win will bring them a visa to play in the tournament, but even a draw could be enough if the result from the match between Wales and Turkey also ends in a draw. If Croatia wins tonight and Wales defeats Turkey, they can finish first place in their group.
One of the key players on the field tonight is Luka Modrić, who is expected to play his last match at Maksimir. The stadium is expected to be filled with more than 20 thousand fans who are eager to see their team make it to the Euros. We want to know what you think will happen tonight – will Croatia celebrate lightly or can Armenia pull off an upset? Take our survey and let us know what you think!