Kazakhstan – Belarus Predictions
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Kazakhstan 2-1 Belarus
Date: 22.09.2022 | Match at: 15:00 | League: UEFA NATIONS LEAGUE – LEAGUE C – ROUND 5 | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.58 | Bookie: Unibet.
Kazakhstan – Belarus PREVIEW
- Unbeaten Kazakhstan (W3, D1) sit top of UEFA Nations League (UNL) League C3 needing just a win from their remaining two matches to confirm promotion after making a mockery of the rankings in this campaign, picking up seven points against two teams who currently sit inside FIFA’s top-100. Moving up a division to League B would mark a special moment for a side that slumped to its heaviest-ever defeat just last November when they lost 8-0 to France.
- One of those seven points this campaign includes a 1-1 draw against Belarus which remains Kazakhstan’s only failure to win in this UNL edition. That result was also just the second time they avoided defeat in six previous H2Hs (D2, L6) and a historic first H2H win will make their promotion even sweeter.
- Promotion in this campaign is already mathematically impossible for Belarus who as the only winless side in the group (D2, L2), are now fighting to avoid the wooden spoon. While the off-field conversation has been dominated by Germany’s request to UEFA to exclude Belarus from the tournament, their on-field task of avoiding relegation seems set for failure as they come up against the group’s current top-two teams in their final two fixtures.
- Belarus have failed to score in three of their last four UNL games which remains a hurdle in reviving fortunes, but having scored twice across five of their last six away UNL matches, they’ll hope to end that drought on this trip. That run includes a 2-1 win as part of an overall record in which they’ve averaged 2.5 goals per game against Kazakhstan, raising further hopes of a strong attacking display.
- Players to watch: Abat Aymbetov scored in his last competitive match at this venue, while two of his last three goals for Kazakhstan also came here. Looking to upstage him will be Evgeniy Yablonskiy, who scored Belarus’ opener with each of his three national goals including one in a 2-0 H2H win.
- Hot stat: Belarus have failed to score before half-time in their last eight competitive matches.