Wales Vs Belarus Betting Tip: Wales To Nil – 13 November 2021

No way through for toothless guests?

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Saturday, 13 November 2021 – 19:45 GMT
World Cup Qualifier
Pick: Wales Win To Nil
Odds: 31/40
Bookmaker: BetVictor
(All betting odds correct at time of writing: 11 November 2021)

Preview: A strong finish to 2022 World Cup Qualifying will see Wales (W3 D2 L1) secure at least a top two finish in Group E, and they will aim to make the perfect start on Saturday when Rob Page’s side welcome bottom-of-the-group Belarus (W1 L6) to Cardiff City Stadium.

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Wales – Dragons should keep modest guests at bay? 

Theoretically, Wales can still finish top in Group E. Maximum points from both their remaining qualifiers – both of which are on home soil, versus Belarus and Belgium – would see them through as section winners provided Belgium fail to take a point from their match against Estonia on Saturday. Realistically, Rob Page’s men are in a straight shootout with the Czech Republic for a runners-up berth.

Boasting a game in hand over the aforementioned Czechs, the advantage is certainly with the Welsh who need four of the last six points to snatch second place. They’ll be supremely confident about securing the first three of those. The Dragons scraped a 3-2 win in the reverse fixture but should make lighter work in Cardiff, going unbeaten on their own patch in 14 internationals (W10) having kept 11 clean sheets in the process.

Key Stat: Finland, netting a consolation in 3-1 defeat at the Cardiff City Stadium in November 2020, were the last visiting team to score past Wales in the latter’s last nine home matches. The Dragons are currently on a run of four successive home shutouts.


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Belarus – Eight successive loss looms large? 

Avoiding Group E’s wooden spoon is the best Belarus can hope to achieve, and even that is an improbable objective. Even a draw in Wales would likely consign them to a last place finish. That means salvaging any semblance of pride depends solely on them collecting only their second victory of this qualifying campaign in Cardiff – where none of the past fourteen visitors managed such a feat.

The White Wings did give a good account of themselves when the sides met in September, even holding a 2-1 half-time lead in Minsk. Before Gareth Bale completed his hat-trick in the 93rd minute, sealing a thrilling victory for the guests. That among seven consecutive defeats this team has suffered heading into the return fixture, five of these being ‘to nil’ having conceded on average 2.7 goals per game thus far.

Key Stat: Belarus are yet to pick up a point or score a goal away from home in this World Cup qualifying campaign, conceding 11 times in their three away fixtures so far without reply.

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Wales Vs Belarus Betting Advice

Only a win over bottom of the group opponents, who have nothing other than pride on the line, keeps Wales’ qualifying destiny solely in their own hands. It hasn’t been the most consistent of campaigns from Rob Page’s team, winning only fifty per cent of the time (W3 D2 L1). They were also made to sweat in the reverse encounter, which Belarus led 2-1 at half-time. Gareth Bale saving the day with a 93rd minute winner.


Wales Vs Belarus – Key Facts:

  • Visitors Belarus touch down in the Welsh capital having lost all but one of seven qualifiers to date, now facing a Wales team eight points better off in third.
  • Wales are currently enjoying a 14-game unbeaten run in home internationals (W10 D4), recording a clean sheet in 11 of these matches including the last four.
  • Ominously, Belarus are stuck in a rut, losing each of their last seven matches. They’ve not so much as managed a goal scored in three away qualifiers so far (L3).


All six Belarus goals thus far were scored back home, with their three away qualifiers resulting in three losses without scoring. That doesn’t bode at all well ahead of their visit to Cardiff where Wales are unbeaten in 14 home internationals, keeping 11 clean sheets including in each of the past four. So, even at a shade of odds-on, WALES WIN TO NIL looks the way to go in what is a must-win contest for the home side.

Best Betting Odds – Wales Vs Belarus

Wales – 2/9 (Boylesports)
Draw – 11/2 (PaddyPower)
Belarus – 16/1 (WilliamHill)