belarus Team News:

The hosts cut eight players from the squad which faced Northern Ireland in March, including former Arsenal man Alexander Hleb.

northern-ireland Team News:

Northern Ireland remain without Will Grigg through injury, while they're set to keep faith with the side which won in Estonia.

belarus vs northern-ireland Tip Reason:

Northern Ireland kept their great start to the Euro 2020 qualifiers with their late turnaround against Estonia at the weekend. This has kept their hopes of heading to the next major Championships alive. While the Ulster-men have a daunting challenge to get a top two spot in this pool, they are expected to produce another result on Tuesday night in their bid to secure a place at the Euros. Can Michael O’Neill lead his charges to another victory over Belarus? The hosts were beaten 2-0 at home to Germany in their last game, which has left them pointless at this early stage. They’re approaching their fourth game in this group, which will also be their second meeting with Northern Ireland. Belarus went to Windsor Park back in March, losing 2-1 after trying to hold on for a result. However, can they fare any better now they have home advantage to combat O’Neill’s men? Northern Ireland know there is little room for error in the coming games, with Luxembourg up next after this meeting with Belarus. While NI have landed a tricky group featuring Germany and Holland, the fixture list has at least given them a chance. NI are facing the two smallest sides in the group up front, having already claimed nine points from two meetings with Estonia and the home clash with Belarus. They’ll finish up with meetings against the big two in the Autumn, but a win here would leave them in the top two. With 12 points from four games, NI could seem like real contenders. However, will they be able to wrap up a victory over Belarus this week? The fact that the hosts have started off with three straight defeats should leave the Ulster-men confident. The hosts did lose their final four World Cup qualifiers too, so they’ve got a long-running losing streak in qualifying campaigns. Northern Ireland were effective on the road in the last two qualifying campaigns, while they’ve just won their first away game this time around. We expect them to step up and secure a result in this clash. They’ve made a brilliant start following their Nations League struggles, so we are siding with NI to keep up this winning start. We’re going with the visitors Draw No Bet here, which seems like great value.

Belarus vs Northern Ireland Betting Prediction:

Belarus 0 1 Northern Ireland
Tip: 2 Draw No Bet


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