Kazakhstan vs Belarus Match Review

Kazakhstan vs Belarus Match Review
September 21, 2022

Kazakhstan vs Belarus Match Review

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On Thursday, Belarus will welcome Kazakhstan with the awareness that success will be enough to secure promotion to the UEFA National League’s second division.

Belarus knows that they must at least be successful in one of their next two games in League C Group 3 in order to prevent the play-offs for relegation.

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Kazakhstan vs Belarus Betting  odds

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Kazakhstan 2.36 2.27 2.25
Belarus 3.78 3.69 3.50

Kazakhstan vs Belarus Tips and Prediction

Kazakhstan were hardly the most confident of teams going into the following year after going from September 2020 to November 2021 without a victory, but Magomed Adiyev is now in charge of a marked upturn in fortunes.

With two games left, the Hawks have accumulated 10 out of a possible 12 points in League C Group 3, establishing a four-point advantage over Slovakia.

Kazakhstan is unbeaten and has only given up two goals, while the other three teams in the group have all suffered two losses.

The ideal two games have been given to Kazakhstan, but they won’t get ahead of themselves as they attempt to qualify for League B for the first time in their history.

Nevertheless, Belarus is the only team to defeat Kazakhstan, drawing with Kazakhstan on June 10 after a late equalizer.

Belarus will assert that, despite finishing last in the group, their campaign is not as disastrous as it might appear from the table.

They only lost to Slovakia on matchday one, but they have drawn with both Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan.

Last time out, they fell  in Azerbaijan, which might eventually be the difference between survival and participation in the play-offs for relegation.

Given that they had only scored once in their previous four games, Georgy Kondratyev’s club now has to play their two toughest games in the group.


Azerbaijan haven’t  score than twice in a single fixture, despite having dominated League C Group 3. Even though, that is a statistic which will only encourage their opponents, we still expect the home side to make relatively light work of Belarus on Thursday, securing promotion in the process.