Moldova kept their slim promotion hopes alive on Thursday, so will it be a night of celebration for them?
On matchday five, first half goals from Ioan-Călin Revenco and then Ion Nicolaescu saw the visitors beat run-away group leaders Latvia 2-1 in Rīga.
This takes Igor Armaș' side onto ten points, now two behind the side they’ve just beaten.
So, in order for Moldova to be promoted, they must win and hope Latvia lose in Andorra la Vella simultaneously.
While the second part of that equation seems unlikely, it’s certainly not impossible.
Liechtenstein meanwhile have had a torrid time in this edition of the Nations League, losing all five games.
Martin Stocklasa’s team’s unwanted 100% record continued on Thursday, going down 2-0 to Andorra at Rheinpark Stadion.
Prior to this season, the Red-Blues had only lost lost five of ten Nations League outings, beating Gibraltar in 2018 and San Marino two years later.
Nevertheless, Liechtenstein are now winless in 23 matches, losing 15 of the last 16, including friendlies.
So, Moldova will surely take care of business in Chișinău, just hoping for good news from elsewhere.