Georgia and Belarus face Boris Paichadzis Erovnuli Stadioni, in a Qualifying Play ‑ offs Path de - Semi ‑ Finals qualifier. There is only a record of 1 recent direct confrontation between these two teams, on 13‑11‑2017, which ended in a draw by (2‑2). Special attention is needed for the home / away condition, as both teams show significantly different results in their home and away matches.
The home team comes to this stage of the Qualifying Play ‑ offs Path of - Semi ‑ Finals, after having finished the group stage in the 4th position of Group D, with 8 points won. This is a team affected by the home factor, which is stronger when playing against their fans, since in the last 30 matches they have recorded 3 wins, 5 draws and 7 losses as a visitor, with 18 goals scored and 22 conceded, against 9 wins, 4 draws and 2 losses at home, with 23 goals scored and 7 conceded. In their last match, for the Friendly, they lost to Croatia by (2‑1). Georgia has won 1, tied 2 and lost 1 of the last 4 home matches for Euro Qualifiers. In their home matches there is a tendency for few goals, since 4 of the last 9 matches have ended with Under 1,5 goals and 6 out of 9 have ended with Under 2,5 goals. This is a team that scores a few times first: they only opened the scoring in 2 of their last 8 games for the Euro Qualifiers, of those 2 they reached the break with an advantage in all and won at the end of the 90 'in all. In 8 matches in this competition, he suffered the first goal 4 times and never managed to turn the score.
Georgia enters this game with a 1-1 draw against Macedonia, thus adding the second straight game without proving the taste of defeat: the team's only goal was signed by Tornike Okriashvili. Coach Vladimir Weiss must maintain his standard of play, that is, organize his pupils in 4-3-3, favoring a more supported style of play. It should be noted that Giorgi Kvilitaia is one of the great dangers on the front of Georgia, and this player is very powerful and competent in finishing. All players are available for this game.
The visiting team arrives at this stage of the Qualifying Play ‑
offs Path of - Semi ‑ Finals, after finishing the group stage in the 4th
position of Group C, with 4 points won. This is a team that, curiously,
has more positive results away than at home, since in the last 30 games
they have recorded 7 wins, 2 draws and 6 losses as a visitor, with a
total of 14 goals scored and 18 conceded. At home, he won 4 wins, 6
draws and 5 losses, with a total of 13 goals scored and 15 conceded. The
team arrives in this match after an away win against Bulgaria by (0‑1).
In the last 4 away matches for Euro qualifiers, Belarus won 1 and lost
3. The team has conceded goals in 7 of the last 8 matches for this
competition, so they haven't been very strong defensively. The team has
had many difficulties in scoring first. In fact, he only opened the
scoring once in the last 8 Euro qualifying matches. In 8 games in this
competition, he suffered the first goal 6 times and never managed to
turn the score.
Belarus enters this game with a victory, by 1-2, in the visit to the field of Kazakhstan, returning this way to the triumphs after the defeat against Albania: the goals of the team were scored by Maksim Bordachev and Vitali Lisakovich. In this match against Georgia, coach Mikhail Markhel should keep the team in 4-4-2 with Nikolai Signevich and Vitali Lisakovich being the team's most offensive references. On the other hand, Valeri Gromyko is the highlight of this team, being this player responsible for creating and organizing the offensive process. All the usual players are available for this game.
Georgia wins 1st half in 33% of their matches, Belarus in 14% of their matches.
Georgia wins 33% of halftimes, Belarus wins 14%.
Both teams haven't won their last match in European Championship Qualification.
Georgia's performance of the last 5 matches is better than Belarus's.
In European Championship Qualification, Georgia has better performance than Belarus.
In the last 3 meetings Georgia won 1, Belarus won 1, 1 draws.
Their last meeting was a draw. (2-2)
Georgia scores 1 goals in a match against Belarus and Belarus scores 1.33 goals against Georgia (on average).
Georgia scores 0.5 goals when playing at home and Belarus scores 0.75 goals when playing away (on average).
Average number of goals in meetings between Georgia and Belarus is 2.33.
When Georgia leads 1-0 at home, they win in 0% of their matches.
When Belarus leads 0-1 away, they win in 100% of their matches.
When Belarus is down 1-0 away, they win 0% of their matches.
Average number of goals in the first half in meetings between Georgia and Belarus is 1.33.