Will the Faroe Islands secure survival in UEFA Nations League C?
When these two clashed at Tórsvøllur in June, Fedor Černych actually gave Lithuania an early lead.
Nevertheless, the Faroes fought back to win 2-1, with Viljormur Davidsen and Jákup Andreasen on the scorer-sheet.
Three days later, Jóannes Bjartalíð's brace at Stade de Luxembourg helped his side come from 2-0 down to earn a draw.
So, this leaves Håkan Ericson’s team on four points, needing just a draw here to ensure they’ll be remaining in this division.
This would be a major achievement for the Faroe Islands, after they were, somewhat unexpectedly, won promotion from League D in 2020.
Lithuania are the team trying to catch them, although they’re currently pointless, having scored just once and conceded 12.
On matchday two, Türkiye left Vilnius 6-0 winners, with this Lithuania’s biggest home defeat of all-time.
Since then, Valdas Ivanauskas has been sacked as manager, with Reinhold Breu the new man in charge.
Given that Lithuania have only won three of their last 39 competitive games, Breu has a big job on his hands.
If they don’t win this one, they’ll find themselves in March 2024′s relegation play-outs, with Faroe Islands safe.
Will they away side claim the required result at LFF Stadium?