Stadium: Karađorđe (Novi Sad)
03.06.2022 21:45 MSK
On 3 June, Belarus will face Slovakia in Serbia at the Karadjordje stadium in the first round of the UEFA Nations League.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Belarus has never qualified for major international tournaments in its history. However, they could have qualified for Euro 2020 thanks to their success in the UEFA Nations League, but the White Wings failed to qualify. They had a poor showing in qualifying for the 2022 World Cup, finishing last in their qualifying group. In spring, the Belarusian team managed to play two friendlies against India and Bahrain and won 3:0 and 1:0, respectively.
The Slovakian side also cannot boast consistent participation in major international competitions. They have only managed to qualify once for the global championships and twice for the continental ones. The Falcons' World Cup in 2002 also turned out to be a disappointing side, as they lost several points against the Russians and Croats and Slovenes, Cypriots, and even the Maltese. They played two friendlies in the spring, losing to the Norwegians 0:2 and beating the Finns 2:0.
Expert Betting Tips
Belarus and Slovakia find themselves in the same group in the current UEFA Nations League, but that does not mean that the level of their opponents is comparable at the moment. Of course, the Falcons are a much more powerful side, while the White Wings have never been there in their history. Perhaps, Stefan Tarkovic's side has dropped down to the third strongest league for a chance to qualify for Euro 2024, so we suggest betting on a Slovakian victory for 1.61.
The Belarus national team plays very poorly in defense against serious opponents. Look at the statistics for Georgy Kondratyev's side in World Cup 2022 qualifying, where they conceded 24 goals in eight games (3.00 average per game). The Slovaks will need to take advantage of problems in their opponents' defense, but the Falcons' skill level is much higher. With this in mind, we suggest betting on Slovakia's individual total over 1.5 goals for 1.87.
Ladislav Almási is gradually becoming a regular forward for the Slovakian national team. Last season, he played for Banik Ostrava in the Czech league, where he scored 16 goals in 32 games. As a national team member, he has not yet demonstrated any goalscoring exploits, but the coaching staff is giving him more and more playing time, so we suggest betting on Ladislav Almási's goal for 2.50.
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