Kosovo v Belarus Prediction: Stalemate a big runner

 | November 20 | 

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Kosovo are finishing what had been a disappointing Euro 2024 campaign in decent fashion, winning two and drawing one of their last three games.

They round off the qualifiers by hosting Belarus, who are two points behind them in the Group I table but are also unbeaten in their last three games.

Kosovo vs Belarus Prediction

  • Draw @ 11/4
  • Muhamet Hyseni to score at anytime @ 2/1

Team news

Kosovo’s Milot Rashica, Ermal Krasniqi and Aro Muric missed their 1-1 draw with Switzerland on Saturday with flu and it is unclear whether they will return for this matchup.

Muhamet Hyseni scored a late equaliser from the bench against the Swiss on Saturday and he could be rewarded with a starting spot after that.

Belarus are expected to line up similarly to how they did in their 1-0 win against Andorra last time out.

Match Odds

Kosovo can be backed at 8/13 for the victory, while Belarus are 9/2 outsiders and the draw is available at 11/4.

Draw @ 11/4

Kosovo and Belarus have each made a habit of securing stalemates in this Euro 2024 qualifying campaign and another looks likely when they meet here.

The hosts have drawn five of their nine qualifiers, including their late 1-1 draw against Switzerland last time out.

Belarus have also drawn three of their last five matches as the pair have been scrapping around for some form.

Goals have been something of an issue for both teams too, they have only netted 18 times between them in as many qualifiers so they will want to put in an improved performance in this match.

However given their propensity to play out a stalemate, the two teams may cancel each other out once more, especially with Kosovo still potentially without some of their star players such as captain Milot Rashica, Ermal Krasniqi and Aro Muric.

Muhamet Hyseni to score at anytime @ 2/1

In Milot Rashica’s absence, Elbasan Rashani started up front for Kosovo against Switzerland last time out but failed to have a major impact and was substituted for Muhamet Hyseni.

The youngster netted an equaliser on his national team debut and could be set for more success in this matchup.

With automatic qualification for Euro 2024 out of the question, Kosovo will be looking to the future and that could well mean a start for Hyseni.

The 22-year-old is the top scorer in the Kosovan top flight this season, netting nine times in 13 games and has already transferred that fine form onto the international stage.

Hyseni could well continue that process and is fancied to get on the scoresheet in this matchup.

Check out the rest of our Euro 2024 Betting Tips here.

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