After failing to secure promotion on Thursday night, will Latvia achieve this feat at the second time of asking?
Coming into this international window, having won all four games in June, Dainis Kazakevičs’ side were five points clear at the top of Group D1.
However, in mid-week, they were beaten 2-1 by second-placed Moldova at Skonto stadions.
Finding themselves 2-0 at the interval, Jānis Ikaunieks halved the deficit shortly after, but an equaliser what not forthcoming.
Nevertheless, if Latvia avoid defeat in this, their final group game, they’ll be promoted from League D for the first time ever.
Andorra meantime beat the group’s whipping boys Liechtenstein 2-0 in Vaduz on Thursday.
Albert Rosas and Joan Cervós the scorers at Rheinpark Stadion.
This takes the Tricolours’ points tally up to seven, looking to maintain their unbeaten home record, drawing with Moldova and beating pointless Liechtenstein in June.
Before this season, Koldo Álvarez’s side had never won a UEFA Nations League game, so are already showing sign of improvement.
This game though is all about Latvia, so will they claim the required result at Estadi Nacional?