Bosnia & Herzegovina vs Kazakhstan Betting Tip Home Win & BTTS – 7 September 2021

Huge three points for Dragons

Sead Kolasinac / Bosnia and Herzegovina ©IMAGO / Pixsell 09/06/2021

Bosnia & Herzegovina vs Kazakhstan
7th September 1945hrs
Football – International – 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier
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Odds: 3/1 odds taken 1203 GMT, Monday 6 September

Ivaylo Petev’s Bosnia & Herzegovina take on Talgat Baysufinov’s Kazakhstan this Tuesday in a 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier. France are the leaders of Group D, but Didier Deschamps’ men have drawn three of their opening five qualifiers and look vulnerable. Both Bosnia and Kazakhstan are on two points, but victory for one of these could propel them back into top-two contention. The hosts are the clear favourites to get the points at the Bilino Polje Stadium in Zenica.

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Bosnia & Herzegovina Preview – First win for the Dragons?

Bosnia & Herzegovina have played the joint fewest games in the group with Finland, drawing two and losing one of their opening three qualifiers. After taking just two points, Ivaylo Petev’s boys will be looking for a victory in front of their home supporters on Tuesday night.

After drawing with Finland in Helsinki in their opening qualifier, Bosnia were narrowly beaten by France in Sarajevo in game two. However, they returned to qualifying last week with an excellent draw with the French in Strasbourg. The evergreen Edin Dzeko got their goal. Bosnia then beat Kuwait 1-0 in a friendly on Saturday.

Our betting prediction:
Both teams to score

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(odds taken 1205 GMT, Monday 6 September)

With back-to-back games against Kazakhstan coming up, Bosnia & Herzegovina will be looking for six points out of six before next month’s tough trip to Ukraine. The Dragons are the big favourites on home turf in midweek.

Kazakhstan Preview – Hard evening for the Hawks?

Talgat Baysufinov’s Kazakhstan are without doubt the weakest link in Group D, but the Hawks have taken points from Ukraine, drawing home and away with the UEFA Euro 2020 quarter-finalists. Overall, they have picked up two points from a possible 12 and sit bottom.

Kazakhstan’s campaign got up and running back in March with a 2-0 loss to France in Nur-Sultan. On matchday two, they left the Ukrainian capital with a 1-1 draw and then drew 2-2 with the same side on 1st September – Ruslan Valiullin rescued a point in the 96th minute.

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Kazakhstan were beaten 1-0 by Finland last time out, but the Hawks have been very competitive in an extremely tough group up until now. Can they cause an upset in Zenica on Tuesday night?


Bosnia & Herzegovina vs Kazakhstan Betting Advice

This is a must-win game for Bosnia & Herzegovina. Kazakhstan are the outsiders and have nothing to lose, but the home team will be desperate for all three points. The Hawks have given Ukraine problems, and Bosnia might not have it all their own way on Tuesday. Still, they should do just enough.


Key Facts – Bosnia & Herzegovina vs Kazakhstan Betting Tip

  • This will be the first ever meeting between the two nations
  • Both sides have taken two points so far
  • Kazakhstan have drawn twice with Ukraine in Group D


We fancy Kazakhstan to score in defeat in Zenica, so check out bet365’s tempting odds of 3/1 for the home win and both teams to score.

35-year-old Edin Dzeko has scored two goals in three games for club and country this term. After netting in Inter Milan’s 4-0 Serie A win over Genoa last month, the former Manchester City man was on target in his country’s 1-1 draw with France last Wednesday. Back Dzeko to open the scoring in this one at 2/1.


The best betting odds for Bosnia & Herzegovina vs Kazakhstan

Bosnia & Herzegovina to win: 2/7 at Bet365
Draw: 4/1 at Bet365
Kazakhstan to win: 11/1 at Bet365