Marton Fulop and Emil Hallfredsson look set to battle it out in a key European Under-21 Championship qualifier in June.
Both Marton's Hungary and Emil's Iceland are chasing Group Eight leaders Croatia and both have key matches in the next few days as they bid to finish in the top two and progress to the final play-offs in November.
Emil actually takes on Croatia on Friday while Marton lines-up for Hungary against Bulgaria on Tuesday.
"If we win now we have a good chance to qualify," said Marton. "Croatia are a very good side and I think they will win the group.
"We are in a battle with Bulgaria, Sweden and Iceland. We play Iceland in June, so I'm looking forward to playing Emil. I might just kick him in training!"
As Marton points out, it's vital to make the finals in May next year.
"You need to be in there," he said. "You can show yourself as a team and individual and it will be good for Hungarian football."