Kosovo vs Belarus Match Analysis & Prediction
21/11/2023 10:45 pm
Kosovo and Belarus will bring their respective Euro 2024 qualification campaigns to a close with a tie at Stadiumi Fadil Vokrri in Pristina on Tuesday night.
Neither can qualify for next summer’s Euros through this group or the playoffs, so pride will mostly be at stake when they meet in their final Group I game.
Kosovo have won two, drawn five and lost two of their nine matches in Group I to collect 11 points, which has left them in fourth place, one points behind third-placed Israel and six adrift of second-placed Switzerland.
Primoz Gliha’s side will enter this contest in strong form, having beaten Andorra and Israel in successive matches before drawing 1-1 with Switzerland on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Belarus will enter this match off the back of a 1-0 victory over Andorra on Saturday, with Denis Laptez scoring the only goal of the game in the 83rd minute in Budapest.
The victory was just the second in the group, with a record of two wins, three draws and four defeats from nine matches bringing nine points, which is only enough for fifth place.
Carlos Alos’ side are the second-lowest goalscorers in Group I behind Andorra (three), having only found the back of the net on eight occasions, but they did play out a 3-3 draw with Switzerland last month.
Kosovo vs. Belarus Head to head
These two teams have only previously met once in Euro 2024 qualifiers, with Belarus winning 2-1 at home.
Kosovo Team News
After scoring the equaliser for Kosovo against Switzerland on Saturday, Muhamet Hyseni could now be introduced into the starting XI.
Lirim Kastrati and Altin Zeqiri are also pushing to be included in the starting lineup for Tuesday’s game, while Elbasan Rashani should again feature through the middle in this game.
Kosovo's Last 5 Matches
Belarus Team News
Maksim Skavysh featured off the bench in Belarus’ 1-0 victory last time out, and he could now be introduced into the starting XI for this match.
Max Ebong is again set to operate in a deeper position, while Dmitry Antilevsky is also expected to keep his place, with the 26-year-old looking to add to his one international goal.
Belarus's Last 5 Matches
Kosovo vs. Belarus: Odds and Predictions
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