Belarus vs Andorra Match Analysis & Prediction
18/11/2023 8:00 pm
The bottom two nations in Group I of Euro 2024 qualifying meet at Szusza Ferenc Stadion in Budapest as Belarus host Andorra.
Despite claiming six points from their last five Group I matches, Belarus’ hopes of qualifying for Euro 2024 are over as they currently sit fifth in the group and 10 points adrift of both Switzerland and Romania in the top two with two games remaining.
However, manager Carlos Alos will have taken plenty of positives from his side’s recent performances, including back-to-back draws against Romania and Switzerland last month – playing out a goalless stalemate with the former three days before drawing 3-3 with the latter.
Belarus head into Saturday’s encounter with Andorra seeking to put together a three-game unbeaten run in competitive matches for the first time since October/ November 2020.
Since claiming a point in September’s goalless draw with Belarus, Andorra have lost each of their last three qualifiers in Group I by an aggregate score of 10-0, failing to register a single shot on target on two of those occasions.
After suffering a 3-0 home defeat to Kosovo, Andorra were beaten 4-0 by Romania in their most recent game and they subsequently sit rock bottom of Group I, four points behind fifth-placed Belarus heading into their final two games.
Although Koldo Alvarez’s side cannot qualify for Euro 2024, they can boost their chances of moving off the foot of the section with a victory over Belarus on Saturday.
Belarus vs. Andorra Head to head
In the five previous meetings between these two teams, Belarus have claimed three victories while Andorra have won one, and they have drawn once.
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Belarus Team News
Also deployed a 5-4-1 formation against Switzerland last time out, but he could call upon Sergey Karpovich and Kiryl Pyachenin to operate as wing-backs in a more attack-minded 3-4-3 setup here.
Astana midfielder Max Ebong has scored three of Belarus’ seven goals in Euro 2024 qualifying and he is expected to take up a central role alongside either Nikita Korzun or Valery Bocherov.
Belarus's Last 5 Matches
Andorra Team News
Andorra will be without defender Moises San Nicolas after he was sent off in the closing stages of the defeat to Romania last time out.
The absence of San Nicolas could see either Kiko Pomares or Aleix Viladot join Marc Vales and Max Llovera at centre-back, as Jesus Rubio and Marc Garcia occupy the full-back spots in a five-man defence.
Andorra's Last 5 Matches
Belarus vs. Andorra: Odds and Predictions
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