An exciting game is expected on Thursday, when Kazakhstan host Belarus at the Astana Arena. Decision time is approaching in the group stages of this season’s UEFA Nations League, as we enter round five.

Kazakhstan and Belarus had to settle for one point each in their last encounter, which ended 1-1. The best odds to bet on a full time draw with the bookmakers are at 2.98.

Kazakhstan are heading into their next game ranked 114th in the FIFA World Rankings. Meanwhile, there is quite a big gap with Belarus’ next opponents. They enter the game ranked number 96 in the world.

Kazakhstan will play their next UEFA Nations League game, averaging 1.4 goals per game in their last ten games, in which they have scored 14 times, while conceding 20 goals. This equates to an average of two per game, where they have prevented their opponents from scoring three times.

Belarus will travel to their next UEFA Nations League match, averaging 0.7 goals per game in their last ten appearances. They scored a disappointing total of seven goals, while conceding 13 goals. This equates to an average of 1.3 per game, in which they have prevented their opponents from scoring four times.

Kazakhstan vs Belarus Prediction

Kazakhstan are unbeaten in their last three matches, first beating Slovakia 0-1 and then drawing 1-1 with Belarus. They were back as winners when they beat Slovakia 2-1. Kazakhstan have won three of their previous six matches at the Astana Arena. They drew and lost two, scoring ten goals against ten.

In their last three matches, Belarus have drawn 0-0 with Azerbaijan, drawn 1-1 with Kazakhstan and lost 2-0 to Azerbaijan. Belarus have managed two zero-draw wins and four defeats in their last six away matches. The score of these matches indicates ten goals conceded and five scored.

The semi-final looms on the horizon for the hosts, who will be looking to add three points to their tally on Thursday. Their first four outings were unbeaten and with ten points, putting Kazakhstan in first place. Belarus are still looking for their first UEFA Nations League victory, and the clock is ticking. A measly two points so far is a disappointing result, and they will be motivated to step up on the board next Thursday.

Do Kazakhstan have enough to beat Belarus on Thursday? We’re not as sure as the odds would suggest, but considering aspects like form, team strength and match history, we think they’ll come out on top eventually.

Kazakhstan are unbeaten in seven consecutive matches.

Kazakhstan vs Belarus Stats

  • Kazakhstan did not lose the last 7 straight matches
  • Kazakhstan scored in the last 7 straight matches
  • Kazakhstan did not lose the last 4 home games in a row
  • Kazakhstan won 5 of last 7 matches
  • Kazakhstan conceded in 7 of the last 9 home games
  • Belarus lost 7 of the last 9 away matches
  • Belarus did not win 9 of last 11 away matches
  • Belarus conceded in 10 of last 12 away matches
  • Belarus did not win the last 4 straight matches
  • Belarus did not lose 5 of last 7 matches

Kazakhstan vs Belarus Team News

Kazakhstan vs Belarus H2H

Kazakhstan and Belarus had to settle for one point each in their last encounter, which ended 1-1. The best odds to bet on a full time draw with the bookmakers are at 2.98.

Results Kazakhstan vs Belarus

Both teams have found the back of the net four times in the last six matches between Kazakhstan and Belarus. The best odds on BTTS with bookmakers are at 2.26.

Kazakhstan vs Belarus Betting Tips

When it comes to the goalscoring market, it seems a good idea to side with Abat Aimbetov, who is doing well for Kazakhstan. He has found the back of the net three times in his last UEFA Nations League outings. He will be there to add more goals against Belarus.

The visitors will look to Andrey Solovei to find the net, having scored two UEFA Nations League goals for Belarus in recent matches.

Belarus have only scored the opener twice in 10 away games, while Kazakhstan have done the same in four of their last 10 outings at the Astana Arena.

In the last six meetings between Kazakhstan and Belarus, over 2.5 goals have been scored on three occasions, while Kazakhstan averaged 0.68 goals per game. Belarus have averaged 2.5 goals in those matches, while both teams have scored four times. Over 2.5 goals have been scored in four of Kazakhstan’s last ten games in all tournaments. They have averaged 1.4 goals along the way. Over 2.5 goals have come in two of Belarus’ last ten matches in all tournaments this season. They scored 0.7 times on average in the process.