There's nothing to play for when Finland and Northern Ireland meet in Group H this Friday night over in Helsinki with both sides unable to qualify out of the group stages with only two games left to play at the Euro Qualifiers.
As has been the case for a number of qualifying campaigns, Northern Ireland have left themselves with very little chance of making it to a major tournament with a handful of games left.
This time around, however, they are sitting adrift of Denmark in second place by 13 points and have not had the chance to qualify for some time. In fact, they even sit six points adrift of Finland in fourth over in Group H and are only not sitting bottom of the table because of San Marino's inability to grab a single point.
Worse yet, after losing six games, the only two wins Northern Ireland have to boast of come against the winless San Marino home and away. To make matters even worse in some ways, Michael O'Neill saw his side only score three times against San Marino in a 3-0 win in Belfast in the last international break, while they only beat them 2-0 a month before that - San Marino have otherwise let in 21 games in six games.
As for Finland, their chances of qualifying have come to a halt as well, and their main aim now will be to finish above Kazakhstan, who sit three clear of them in third. Teemu Pukki and co. are seven points behind Denmark in second, and qualification in Group H merely comes down to a battle between Denmark and Kazakhstan in the final two games of the campaign.
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