After a Hampden hammering on Wednesday night, can Ukraine bounce back as they make the long 2,500 journey east to Yerevan?
Coming into this international window, Ukraine sat top of Group B1, but are not there anymore.
That’s because, in mid-week, Oleksandr Petrakov’s team were demolished 3-0 by Scotland in Glasgow.
All three goals came in the final 20 minutes but, on the balance of play, Ukraine were simply second best.
This is just the fifth time in 12 years that Ukraine have been beaten by 3+ goals, those others against England, Spain, Slovakia and France.
Back in the summer, the Yellow and Blues were excellent in this competition, amassing seven points from three outings.
This includes demolishing Armenia 3-0 in Łódź; Ruslan Malinovskyi, Oleksandr Karavayev and Vitaliy Mykolenko all on target.
Now though, Ukraine are two points below group leaders Scotland; those two meet in Kraków on Tuesday.
Having watched that game on Wednesday night, Armenia will fancy their chances of a victory.
The Mountaineers have enjoyed near-unprecedented success in the Nations League, securing back-to-back promotions in the first two editions.
They then took to League B like a duck to water, defeating Republic of Ireland, thanks to Eduard Spertsyan’s rocket.
However, since then, Joaquín Caparrós’ side have lost all three matches, scoring once and conceding nine.
Thus, Armenia sit rock bottom of the section, needing points if they’re to avoid an immediate return to the third-tier.
Can the hosts spring a surprise at Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium?