Can Latvia rubber stamp their historic promotion up to League C?
So far in this competition, Dainis Kazakevičs’ side have won all four matches, scoring ten goals and conceding just two.
This includes a thrilling 4-2 away victory in Chișinău, with Vladislavs Gutkovskis and Jānis Ikaunieks both bagging braces.
So, Latvia have actually won five consecutive competitive fixtures for the first time ever, and are on the cusp of promotion out of League D at the third attempt.
The only side who can deny them this is Moldova, but even that looks like a long shot now.
Serghei Cleșcenco’s team beat Liechtenstein away and Andorra at home in June, but were held to a goalless draw in Andorra la Vella.
So, following that aforementioned 4-2 home defeat to Latvia, Moldova are five points below the leaders, with just two games remaining.
This is a major disappointment, given that they were in League C last time round, only dropping down following a penalty shootout defeat to Kazakhstan in March’s relegation play-outs.
Latvia only need a point to secure promotion, so will it be a night of celebration at Daugavas stadions?