Match Preview: Kazakhstan 0-4 Russia Prediction and Betting Tips | EURO (Qualification)

Kazakhstan – Russia betting tips for today, March 24, 2019

Kick-off: 15:00 Kazakhstan – Russia
Football: EURO – Qualification
Tip: Over 1.5 Goals
Odds: 1.40
Bookmaker: Bwin
Match Result: 0:4 WON!!!

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It was a memorable victory for Kazakhstan on Thursday as they disposed of Scotland 3-0 to start their Euro 2020 qualification campaign in style – much to the home fan’s elation. They now boast a record of just one defeat in their previous seven international matches (W3, D3, L1), and impressively all three of those wins were accompanied by a clean sheet.
The key to Kazakhstan’s good run of form has been their ability to find the net on a regular basis. They have scored in seven consecutive matches, albeit they have managed to score over 1.5 goals in just two of those seven.
Russia have lost three of their previous seven international matches (W3, D1, L3), with all three of those defeats coming in their previous three games, exhibiting somewhat of a post-World Cup slump. More worryingly for Russia manager Stanislav Cherchesov is the fact that his side have conceded two or more in each of those three defeats.
Sunday’s opponents present a good opportunity for Russia to bounce back. They haven’t lost either of their previous two H2Hs against Kazakhstan (W1, D1). Additionally, they managed to keep two clean sheets in both of those matches.
Players to watch: Midfielder Yuri Pertsukh (KAZ) has scored two goals across his previous three matches for both FC Astana and the Kazakhstan national team.
Forward Denis Cheryshev (RUS) has scored two of Russia’s previous three international goals, including one in their 3-1 defeat to Belgium on Thursday night.
Stat attack: There’s been two own goals in Kazakhstan’s previous five international matches.
Three of Kazakhstan’s previous seven matches have finished with a 1-1 scoreline.
Six of Russia’s previous eight goals conceded have come in the first half.
There has been 18 cards cards across Russia’s previous seven international matches (17 yellow and one red).

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