Scotland vs. Kazakhstan – Prediction (EURO Qualification – 19.11.2019)

Preview and Teams Comparison.

Already consigned to nothing better than the Euro 2020 qualification play-offs, Scotland have won their last two European Championship qualification (ECQ) matches to break a four-game losing streak in this qualifying phase. But as well as being beaten ‘to nil’ in half of their last six ECQ matches, the Scots were defeated 3-0 in the reverse fixture. Five-goal John McGinn scored Scotland’s winner last time out and netted a hat-trick in his last match at Hampden Park. Victories in four of Scotland’s last six competitive home matches make for better reading, and Steve Clarke’s men beat San Marino 6-0 last time out at Hampden Park. That result marked their third straight ECQ match here to finish with over 2.5 goals scored in total over both halves.

Scotland’s last six competitive home matches have each produced over 10.5 corners (total). Three of Kazakhstan’s last four ECQ away matches have seen three or more cautions given. Each team have won three ECQ matches in both halves (W/W), but have also lost three ECQ matches in both halves (L/L).

Winning 3-1 at San Marino last time out to end a four-game ECQ winless run, Kazakhstan could potentially leapfrog the Scots with a win here, even if only for bragging rights. Beaten ‘to-nil’ in four of their nine ECQ matches this phase, the Kazakhs have seen six of their nine ECQ games end with over 2.5 (total) goals scored. Kazakhstan’s Baktiyor Zaynutdinov scored last time out to make it two goals from three appearances. The ‘Hawks’ have additionally won just one of their last 12 competitive away days since October 2016, but only failed to score in five of those matches. They conceded over 1.5 away goals in seven of those matches.

Match Info and Live Scores.

Competition: EUROPE: Euro – Qualification.
Kick off: 19.11.2019, 19:45 UTC.
Venue: Hampden Park (Glasgow).

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