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by David Stepanyan
Armenia's national football team are preparing for a guest win over Italy.
The press service of Armenia's Football Federation reports that Vardan Minasyan's men exercised throughout the past weekend in Yerevan's Football Academy to be ready for the Tuesday decider in Naples.
Last Friday Armenia beat Bulgaria at home and Minasyan is sure that his players can beat Italy too. "We have a chance, but they are also motivated as they need ranking points," he said.
Armenia's goalkeeper Roman Berezovsky was very modest and ascribed the Friday victory to the goals by Aras Ozbiliz and Yura Movsisyan rather than his saves throughout the match.
Armenia have 12 points, with the other three contenders for the second place, Bulgaria, Denmark and the Czech Republic, having 13, 13 and 12 points, respectively. So, to hope for the play- offs, Armenia need to at least beat Italy.