Armenia take on Serbia in UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying Group I, still looking for a first international goal against their opponents in their fourth encounter. Borussia Dortmund midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored for Armenia in their opener against Denmark before Pierre Højbjerg and Thomas Kahlenberg struck for the hosts.
Bernard Challandes's Armenia, who have a qualifier with Serbia and friendly against France, will miss all their leading attacking players as Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Yura Movsisyan and Aras Özbiliz are all injured. Gevorg Ghazaryan and Hrayr Mkoyan could be sidelined too. Aleksandre Karapetian, who scored seven goals in as many domestic matches for F91 Dudelange this term, has earned his first international call-up.
Goalkeepers: Roman Berezovski (FC Dinamo Moskva), Gevorg Kasparov (FC Mika), Arsen Beglaryan (Ulisses FC).
Defenders: Robert Arzumanyan (FC Aktobe), Hrayr Mkoyan (Esteghlal FC), Levon Hayrapetyan (1. FK Příbram), Hovhannes Hambartsumyan (FK Vardar), Kamo Hovhannisyan (FC Pyunik), Taron Voskanyan (FC Pyunik), Varazdat Haroyan (FC Pyunik), Alex (FC Mika).
Midfielders: Gevorg Ghazaryan (Olympiacos FC), Karlen Mkrtchyan (FC Metalurh Donetsk), Rumyan Hovsepyan (FC Metalurh Donetsk), Artur Edigaryan (FC Kairat Almaty), Marcos Pizzelli(FC Aktobe), Artak Dashyan (FK Vardar), Zaven Badoyan (FC Gomel), Artem Simonyan (FC Zenit), Masis Voskanyan (FC Pyunik).
Forwards: Edgar Manucharyan (FC Ural Ekaterinburg), Artur Sarkisov (FC Volga Nizhny Novgorod), Norair Aslanyan-Mamedov (Almere City FC), Aleksandre Karapetian (F91 Dudelange), Artur Miranyan (FK Vardar).
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