Betting tips for Scotland VS Kazakhstan 19.11.2019
Victories in four of the last six official home games in Scotland contribute to a performance boost; those led by Steve Clarke beat San Marino 6-0 at Hampden Park during their most recent game. That result marked his third consecutive EE game that ended with more than 2.5 total goals in both the first and second half.
After beating San Marino 3-1 in his most recent game - thereby cutting a four-game streak without winning in the US - Kazakhstan could beat the Scots with a victory here despite the fact that that result would only be to boast . After losing “zero” in four of their nine EE matches in this qualifying phase, the Kazakh team has seen how six of their nine EE matches have finished with more than 2.5 goals scored in total.
The 'Hawks' have also won only one of their last 12 official clashes away from home since October 2016, but have failed to score in just five of those matches. In seven of those clashes they scored two or more goals.
Players to follow: John McGinn has five goals in the USA. He scored Scotland's winning goal in the last game and scored a ‘hat-trick’, the last time he played at Hampden Park.
Baktiyor Zaynutdinov of Kazakhstan scored in his most recent match. Add two goals in his last three crashes.
Statistics to consider: Scotland's last six official home matches have produced more than 10.5 corner kicks in total.
Three of Kazakhstan's last four away matches in the US have ended up with three or more reprimands.
Each team has won three EE matches beating both the break and the end of the match, but has also lost three EE matches in the same way.