Belarus (@8.0) vs Russia (@1.04)
21-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Russia will win

Belarus – Russia Match Prediction | 21-08-2019

Before Europe Championship Qualifications, Belarus played UEFA Nations League and they kept a clean sheet in all six games! Now, morale is low and the next opponent is three-times-European-champion. The reason why Germany is a dangerous opponent even when they do not perform well is best described in the next few words. On one occasion, famous Gary Lineker said, Football is a simple game. Germany played only against the Netherlands so far and won. Their attackers scored nearly two goals per match.

Theyve conceded four to Oranje and putting on a more confident display at the back will now be pivotal for Igor Kriushenko and his men if theyre to snatch any points against dominant rivals who now serve as prime favourites for the top spot. Still, Belarus have been very tough to beat in front of the home crowd on many occasions and they will want to show more, after suffering losses in Netherlands and Northern Ireland back in March.

He also scored the goal of the 1-0 victory of BATE Borisov over Arsenal in the 2018/2019 season. Marco Reus gave the assistance for the goal of the triumph of Germany in the last match; The Dortmund star scored an impressive 17 goals in 27 games during the 2018/19 Bundesliga campaign. Germany scored in both halves during that match, where they also registered more than 1.5 goals in total in both halves. Joachim Lws Germany underwent a disappointing campaign at the UNL as they did not win any matches (E2, P2), although it seems that they corrected some mistakes after getting a thrilling 3-2 victory over the Netherlands in their first ECQ game. In addition, Germany averaged 3.22 goals per game in those commitments. Nine of Germany ten games in the 2018 Russia Qualifiers produced more than 2.5 total goals in total (4.7 goals per game). However, he only faced lower level rivals in visiting status in the D League and only won one of his last eight games when he faces teams with better ranking than them in the FIFA Ranking (G1, E1, P6 receives 2.25 goals against on average per game). Statistics to consider: Belarus have allowed seven goals in their last two matches as hosts against the top 20 in the FIFA ranking. Germany won all five of their away matches (both at halftime and at the end of the match) during their last 2018 World Cup Qualifying tournament (WCQ). Although it has not had the best performance against other top teams in the continent, Germany has emerged victorious in 16 of its last 18 games against UEFA teams classified outside the Top 20 (G16, E1, P1). Belarus would have expected better results after conceding no goals in their six games during their debut in the UEFA Nations League (UNL). Players to watch: Stanislav Dragun scored three goals all before the break during the Belarus campaign at the UNL.

Anyhow, both teams are likely to adopt an attack-minded approach in Thursdays clash and we predict that both sides are going to find the net at Stade Josy Barthel. Luxembourg will be aiming to make amends for a heavy 5-0 loss to Netherlands when they welcome Belarus at their Stade Josy Barthel in the 2018 World Cup qualifier. Belarus have slim chances of qualifying for the showpiece tournament in Russia as they are eight points behind the play-offs berth ahead of the trip to Luxembourg. Luxembourg have nothing to play for in the upcoming qualifier, but, no doubt, their pride will be at stake this time out. Luc Holtzs men have yet to record a win in the process and, as a result, they are stuck at the bottom of Group A ahead of Thursdays football match. It has to be noted that the two teams played out a 1-1 draw in Belarus earlier in the process.

Prediction Belarus - Germany

Located at the bottom of Group C of the European Championship Qualifiers (ECQ) after suffering two consecutive defeats, Belarus (# 81 in the FIFA Ranking) will receive Germany (# 13) in what will be the first official match between the two. The local team has allowed goals in both times in their two matches of ECQ, but in only one of them was lost at halftime (MT: E1, P1).

In the summer of 2016 the Belarusian footballer moved to Israel, signing a contract with Maccabi Tel Aviv. After playing 16 league games for the capital club, he returned to BATE Borisov in 2011 on loan and he eventually signed a permanent deal with the Belarusian outfit. On 5 January, 2015 Filipenko joined la Liga side Malaga on a two-and-a-half-year deal, but he made no more than eight league appearances with los Boquerones.

Luxembourg will be aiming to make amends for a heavy 5-0 loss to Netherlands when they welcome Belarus at their Stade Josy Barthel in the 2018 World Cup qualifier. Luxembourg have nothing to play for in the upcoming qualifier, but, no doubt, their pride will be at stake this time out. It has to be noted that the two teams played out a 1-1 draw in Belarus earlier in the process. Anyhow, both teams are likely to adopt an attack-minded approach in Thursdays clash and we predict that both sides are going to find the net at Stade Josy Barthel. Luc Holtzs men have yet to record a win in the process and, as a result, they are stuck at the bottom of Group A ahead of Thursdays football match. Belarus have slim chances of qualifying for the showpiece tournament in Russia as they are eight points behind the play-offs berth ahead of the trip to Luxembourg.

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So far, 3-4-1-2 is working the best, and if Germany uses it against Belarus, then new points are within arms reach. Before these two games, they were undefeated while playing 4-1-4-1. Belarus played only once against Germany. In both matches they were visitors, and one of the opponents was the Netherlands. That was a friendly match more than ten years ago and it finished 2-2. Head coach of the German team, experiment a lot with formations and that brought confusion among players. Odds are against Belarus, but in football everything is possible. Belarus lost both games that they played in Group C. It is hard to believe that Germany lost four of their last five away games. It remains unclear, why Coach Igor Kriushenko changed the formation to 4-2-3-1.