Georgia v Kazakhstan Betting Tips: 1, 2018-11-19

Euro Qualifiers Tips


Monday 19th November 2018 – Kickoff: 1800hrs

Football – Europe – UEFA Nations League Betting Tips

Staying with League D Group 1 and there’s a top of the table clash to finish things up as Georgia take on Kazakhstan with more betting tips from the UEFA Nations League on Monday night.

Georgia sit top of Group 1 with 13 points and as Kazakhstan sit on 6 points with just one match remaining, Georgia can’t be caught regardless of the outcome of this encounter as their promotion to League C has already been confirmed.

Nevertheless, Georgia will be keen to remain unbeaten throughout this campaign having won four and drawn one to date, with wins gained over Kazakhstan (away) along with home and away wins over Latvia and a home win over Andorra.

Overall, Georgia have lost just once from their last 11 matches in all competitions and the hosts seem to be in a positive frame of mind as momentum builds. Chekvatedze (3 goals) and Kankava (2 goals) are the main goal threats for the hosts.

Onto Kazakhstan and as mentioned they sit in second spot behind Georgia and three points ahead of both Andorra and Latvia, so assuming there’s not a landslide victory for either of the two bottom nations, tonight’s visitors should finish in the runners-up position in Group 1.

Although Kazakhstan have lost just once so far in this campaign, they’ve also recorded just the one win too as the draw has been prevalent where Kazakhstan have been concerned; they started things on a bad note with a 2-0 loss at home to tonight’s opponents Georgia but have since remained unbeaten.

Draws with Andorra as well as home and away against Latvia provided the platform for a 4-0 convincing win over Andorra but Kazakhstan’s away form has been poor in recent times. The visitors have won just once in their last 11 on the road which includes no fewer then 8 defeats.

My betting tips therefore give Georgia the nod here.

Pick: Georgia to win @ 1.72 bet365 (odds taken at 05:17 GMT, 19 Nov 2018)