Belarus and Germany are playing at the Borisov Arena in a meeting for the Euro Qualifying Qualifiers. There is no recent record of direct clashes between the two teams, who have not played any matches in the last 3 years. The last time they faced was on 27-05-2008, in a match that ended with the final result: Germany (2-2) Belarus. Particular attention needs to be paid to the home / off condition as Belarus presents different results at home and abroad.
The home team arrive in this third round of Group C in 5th place, with no points earned, after 2 defeats. In his debut lost out to the Netherlands by (4-0). In the second round, lost out to Northern Ireland by (2-1). This is a team affected by the home factor, stronger when you play in front of your fans, since in the last 30 matches he has 4 wins, 4 draws and 7 defeats as a visitor, with 12 goals scored and 18 conceded, against 6 wins, 6 draws and 3 home defeats, with 17 goals scored and 13 conceded. Belarus won 4, drew 2 and lost 2 of their last 8 home games for all competitions. In 15 games, he never managed to turn the scoring in the 6 games in which he suffered the first goal.
The Belarus team arrive in this game with a 2-1 loss on their visit to Northern Ireland, registering their second defeat in this competition: Stasevich scored the only goal of the team. We note that the client lost only 2 of the last 10 games. In this showdown at home, coach Igor Kriushenko should opt for the 4-2-3-1, with Denis Laptev the most offensive reference of the team. On the other hand, Gordejchuk is one of the great dangers in front, being this very fast and of great quality in the conduction of ball to the attack. Apparently there are no weight absences for this game.
The visiting team arrives in this third round of Group C after a victory in their debut in this group stage, for the Netherlands, by (2-3). This is a team little affected by the house factor, that is, presents similar results at home and away, since in the last 30 games has recorded 8 wins, 3 draws and 4 losses as a visitor, with a total of 30 goals scored and 17 conceded. Already inside the home, he won 8 wins, 5 draws and 2 losses, with a total of 33 goals scored and 14 conceded. In the last 10 away games Germany have won 5, drawn 1 and lost 4. Defensive solidity has not been their strong point, having conceded goals in 8 of the last 10 games, but their attack has been regular scored goals in 7 of the last 10 matches. In his games as a visitor there is a tendency to have goals, since 7 of his last 10 games finished with More than 2.5 goals. In 15 games, he suffered the first goal 8 times and only got 2 turns on the scoreboard. In the last 10 away games for all competitions there are 2 periods that stand out: scored 6 of his 14 goals between the minutes (0'-15 '); suffered 7 of his 15 goals in minutes (76'-90 ').
The German squad arrives in this match with a 2-3 win away to visit the Netherlands, starting their qualification for the UEFA European Championship in the best way possible: the team's goals were scored by Gnabry, Sané and Schulz. In this away match, we believe that coach Joachim Low will opt for the usual 3-5-2, privileging ball possession and organized bouts. In addition, Germany must use the sides to create danger to their opponent: Sané is a very fast and excellent player in the ball. For this game the German coach summoned his usual players.