Azerbaijan vs Kazakhstan – After defeating Belarus 2-0 in the Nations League, Azerbaijan will be seeking another victory. Azerbaijan had 53% of the game’s possession and 3 of its 14 efforts on goal were successful.
Ramil Eydayev (90′) and Mahir Emreli (76′) scored goals for Azerbaijan. Belarus had 13 shots on goal overall, with 3 of those attempts finding the back of the net.
Observing a zero in the scoreline during recent Azerbaijan games is an intriguing feature. A wager on “Both Teams to Score” would have lost in as many as 6 of their past sextet of matches prior to this one.
Kazakhstan will enter this match having defeated Slovakia 2-1 in their previous Nations League play. In that game, Kazakhstan had 30% of the possession and 3 of its 7 shots were on goal.
Elkhan Astanov (39′) and Yan Vorogovskiy (18′) scored the goals for Kazakhstan. Five of Slovakia’s 17 goal attempts were successful. The Slovakian team’s goal was scored by Mat Bero (51′).
The Kazakhstan defence has put up a string of excellent performances, with the result that they have only given up 4 goals overall in their last 6 games. In the same time frame, their own assault force had accrued 8 points. Whether or if that trend will continue on this site will be found out.
Azerbaijan vs Kazakhstan – Betting Analysis
Gianni De Biasi, the manager of Azerbaijan, has a totally healthy roster to pick from, therefore there are no injuries to worry about before this match. Magomed Adiyev, the manager of Kazakhstan, has no fitness concerns going into this game because he has a fully healthy roster to choose from.
When comparing these two teams, we believe Kazakhstan has the strength to dismantle the Azerbaijani roster, but that won’t likely be enough to win. We predict that Azerbaijan will win this match by a slim score of 2-1.
Azerbaijan vs Kazakhstan – Head -to- Head
Our Prediction: Over 1.5 Goals