Slovenia-Kazakhstan, odds and prediction: whoever wins will fly to Euro 2024

Slovenia-Kazakhstan, odds and prediction: whoever wins will fly to Euro 2024
Slovenia-Kazakhstan, odds and prediction: whoever wins will fly to Euro 2024

After a great qualifying round, the Kazakh national team dreams of its first ever participation in the European Championship: the quotas

Kazakhstan plays everything in 90 minutes. At the Stozice stadium in Ljubljana, coach Magomed Adiev’s national team is a candidate for a possible surprise in the Euro 2024 qualifiers: after a great qualifying round with 18 points in 9 matches, Kazakhstan now has the opportunity to register for the first time a great international competition. Let’s find out the Slovenia-Kazakhstan odds on the main betting sites.


Kazakhstan’s is a dream which however rests on solid foundations on the reality of the numbers: the Eurasian national team has in fact won six out of nine matches in these qualifiers, including the home match against Denmark, the top team in the group (3-2). The Kazakhs have also found the net in eight out of nine matches, only failing to break through Finland’s defensive line in Astana (0-1). Now the group H ranking sees Denmark already qualified with 22 points, Slovenia at 19 and Kazakhstan at 18: the match in Ljubljana therefore becomes a decisive play-off for both national teams. It is clear that for the bookies the hosts are favourites, but the (very high) odds of 2 still deserve reflection, also considering the historical importance of this match for the entire Kazakh nation. The 2 + Goal combo is on the board at 15.50 on Gazzabet and 15.00 on Goldbet, Sisal and Better.


Slovenia’s progress was also excellent, as before the defeat against Denmark in the last round they had won four matches in a row and now seemed to be heading towards qualification. However, Matjaz Kek’s men had not taken into account Kazakhstan’s desire to dream and are now called upon to settle the score in the match in Ljubljana after having already won the first leg in Astana, in March, 2-1. Experience obviously works in Slovenia’s favour, where several Serie A players such as Bijol and Lovric play. Considering that Kazakhstan has only one result available and will therefore have to attack and look for the goal, the Goal option is interesting, on the board at 2.19 on Gazzabet, 2.10 on William Hill, 2.08 on Planetwin365 and 2.05 on Snai.

November 20, 2023 (changed November 20, 2023 | 12:45)


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