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Armenia will be looking to make amends for a 2-1 loss to North Macedonia when they take on Estonia at Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium. The Armenians did suffer the loss in their opener, but their display in Saturday’s clash was anything but poor. Joaquin Caparros’ men are on a five-game winless run in all competitions, but they will not have a better chance than this to get back on course. MBet allows users to use analytical tools before placing a bet on one of the teams.

Estonia, on the other hand, failed to win the previous nine games. Karel Voolaid’s troops failed to create a descent opportunity to score in a 1-0 loss to Georgia, and given Armenia’s performance against North Macedonia, we believe that punters can find value in betting on the hosts. In their last meeting on the international stage the two teams played out a goalless draw, but home win should be considered this time out.  Using the Mkekabet platform, you can see the team’s odds and trade the way you want.

David Arshakyan

David Arshakyan is a Russian footballer who currently plays for Chicago Fire as a striker. Arshakyan was born on August 16, 1994 and he played for local club Smena St. Petersburg during his youth career. On the other hand, he started his professional career with Armenian club FC Mika, but he made no more than three appearances for the Mika Stadium outfit.

The Russian footballer then joined Lithuanian side FK Trakai and he scored 36 goals in 57 appearances for the club in two seasons. On July 28, 2016 he produced probably the best performance of his career as he scored a hat-trick in a victory over FK Utenis Utena. Six days later it was announced that he would join MLS side Chicago Fire on a two-year deal.

Arshakyan made his debut for the club on August 27, 2016, coming as a substitute after 56 minutes. Speaking of his international career, the Chicago Fire attacker debuted for Armenian national team on September 4, 2016 against Denmark.



Former Soviet republic Estonia declared its independence on August 20, 1991 and they have been participating in FIFA and UEFA competitions ever since. The Estonians have yet to make it to the finals of a major tournament, but they often made life difficult for European giants in the qualifiers.

In 2010 Estonia did well to beat Serbia in Belgrade in the Euro 2012 qualifiers, but they eventually failed to qualify for the showpiece tournament. “The Blueshirts” welcome their rivals at Le Coq Arena in Tallinn and the capacity of the stadium is 10.500. Sergei Zenjov, who played for the likes of Blackpool, Karpaty and Torpedo Moscow in the past is one of the most famous Estonian footballers.

Ragnar Klavan is yet another notable footballer who plays for both Estonia national football team and Liverpool. The Estonians play their home games in blue shirts and black shorts, while they wear white shirts and white shorts when playing on the travels.

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