Norway v Iceland Live Stream
Iceland have a good chance of reaching the play-offs if they beat Norway in a World Cup qualifying match on Tuesday, watch a free live Norway v Iceland football stream from 19:00 on October 15th.
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Norway can decide Iceland’s fate in Group E as a win for the home side on Tuesday could prevent the visitors from clinching second spot and close a possible avenue to Brazil 2014 via the play-offs. Norway on the other hand, are relying on other results going their way after a 0-2 loss to Switzerland in their last match looks to have ended their World Cup qualification hopes. Being the final game of the qualification phase, head coach Per-Mathias Hogmo will be demanding a good performance from his side in front of their home fans at Ullevaal Stadion and will be keeping a keen eye on developements elsewhere in Group E.
Iceland’s 2-1 win over Albania in the last round of World Cup qualifiers has put them in a good position to finish as one of the eight best runners-up and barring an upset against Cyprus on Friday, a positive result against Norway would see them through to the play-offs. Known affectionatley by their fans as ‘Our boys,’ Iceland will probably look back on their dramatic 4-4 draw with Group E leaders Switzerland as the defining moment of their World Cup qualifying campaign, but must finish the job in Oslo. Head coach Lars Lagerback will not be taking anything for granted, but with just one defeat on the road Iceland can take confidence into this crucial game.
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These sides met in Reykjavik for the reverse fixture and opening match of the World Cup qualifying section last September and it was Iceland who were 2-0 winners thanks to goals from Kari Arnason and Alfred Finnbogason. A repeat of that scoreline on Tuesday would see Iceland reach the play-offs, but Norway are not entirely out of the running and will be hard to beat at home.