Two games remain for Andorra to record a win in Group I, and the first of those two opportunities rolls around on Saturday evening (17:00) as they play Belarus in Budapest.
The Szusza Ferenc Stadion in Hungary was chosen by Belarus earlier this year after UEFA ordered them to play their remaining home games at a neutral venue.
The Ujpest FC stadium has already played host to a Belarus 2-1 win over Kosovo this year, and the White Wings will be confident of recording a second victory there against an Andorra side with five defeats in their last six.
Max Ebong (three) and Vladislav Morozov (two) have scored five of Belarus' seven goals in Group I, and they have both been named in the squad for their November fixtures.
Seven-cap defender Danila Nechayev is the only notable name missing from the previous squad.
Meanwhile, Andorra have named two 100-plus cap internationals in theirs, Marc Pujol and captain Marcio Vieira.
Belarus are 4/7 to beat Andorra for a fourth time in their history, while the visitors are 6/1 to win at their ninth attempt in Group I. The draw, which won in September, is available at 13/5.
Both teams to score is 6/4, and it's 1/2 for BTTS - NO.
Belarus to win to nil @ 11/10
Belarus have kept two clean sheets in their last four games - including one in Andorra la Vella - and they should be confident of keeping another one on Saturday against a side without a goal in their last four.
Georgy Kondratyev's side still have a good chance of coming fourth in the group, helped by four points from their last two 'home' games, but they need a win here to keep that dream alive.
Andorra need four points from their last two games to avoid finishing bottom of the group, a difficult prospect given they have picked up just half of that total in eight games so far.
Belarus over 1.5 goals @ EVS
A run of three games without a goal for Belarus was broken in spectacular fashion last month, as they hit three in the city of St. Gallen to leave Switzerland sweating.
The Swiss recovered to draw late on, but Belarus can still take a great deal of confidence from that game, especially as their opponents this Saturday have conceded 10 in their last three games, seven of those away from home.
Belarus will be hoping Switzerland can do them a favour in their game against Kosovo on the same day, and a comfortable victory of their own against Andorra would help them in their pursuit of their next opponents and fire some belief into their attack.
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