Will either of these two teams claim their first victory of this UEFA Nations League season?
Back in June, they played out a 1-1 draw in Reykjavík; Taulant Seferi breaking the deadlock, before Jón Dagur Þorsteinsson equalised for the hosts.
Will there be a winner as the two reconvene in Tirana?
That is the only point Albania have mustered so far, losing twice to run-away group winners Israel.
Myrto Uzuni had seemingly snatched an 88th point for the Red and Blacks in Tel Aviv on Saturday, only for Israel to win it in stoppage time.
Russia’s suspension means Edoardo Reja’s team cannot be relegated to League C, but they’ll want to end the campaign with more than just a solitary point.
Iceland meanwhile have drawn all three matches in this group.
Both their encounters with Israel ended 2-2, with Jón Dagur Þorsteinsson and Þórir Jóhann Helgason on target in their most recent competitive outing at Laugardalsvöllur.
This means, just two of UEFA’s 55 members have still never won a Nations League fixture: Iceland and San Marino.
Will Arnar Viðarsson’s team change that fact, needing just a point to cling onto second at Arena Kombëtare?