Azerbaijan vs Belarus Live Football Score 13-06-2022

Azerbaijan is going head to head with Belarus starting on 13 Jun 2022 at 16:00 UTC at Dalga Arena stadium, Baku city, Azerbaijan. The match is a part of the UEFA Nations League, Group C3.
Azerbaijan and Belarus go in search of their first wins of the 2022 UEFA Nations League when they go head to head at the Dalga Arena on Monday evening.

The two nations look set to fight out a relegation battle in Group C3, following disappointing starts to this year’s competition over the past two weeks.
Azerbaijan played against Belarus in 1 matches this season. Currently, Azerbaijan rank 4th, while Belarus hold 3rd position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? SofaScore’s rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.

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Azerbaijan stretched their winless streak to 13 matches across all competitions with a 1-0 defeat against Slovakia on Friday evening.

Despite seeing very little of the ball and withstanding numerous attempts on their goal, Giovanni De Biasi’s side kept their superior at arm’s length for much of the clash in Baku.
However, former Manchester City midfielder Vladimir Weiss ensured that Azerbaijan would come away empty-handed after netting an 81st-minute winner for the visitors.

As a result, Monday’s hosts occupy bottom spot in Group C3 heading into matchday four, leaving their clash with Belarus a crucial one in their quest to avoid relegation to League D.
Picking up three points would leave them in control of their own destiny heading into the final two games of the group in September, but recording the desired win could prove difficult considering their current shyness in front of goal.

Friday’s blank means that Azerbaijan are yet to score in the Nations League this year, and in fact, they have failed to score in their last seven encounters in the competition, following four consecutive failures to find the back of the net in the 2020 campaign too.
A tie against their fellow strugglers will provide them with some hope however, particularly on home soil, so De Biasi will be looking for his side to get themselves off the mark, whilst hoping to lift them off the foot of the table in the process.

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Event details:
NAME: Azerbaijan – Belarus
DATE: 13 Jun 2022
TIME: 16:00 UTC
VENUE: Dalga Arena, Baku, Azerbaijan

Meanwhile, as mentioned above, visitors Belarus have also struggled in their opening three ties of the 2022-23 Nations League campaign.
Georgi Kondratiev’s side did manage to get themselves off the mark in front of goal during their hosting of Kazakhstan on Friday, but Vladislav Malkevich’s goal six minutes from time was only enough to secure a point against the group leaders.

The point means that Belarus occupy third spot ahead of their hosts on Monday, courtesy of a one-point advantage following the draw between the two sides last week.
Struggles over the June internationals so far are a contrast to Belarus’s actions over the previous few months, when three consecutive victories were recorded over Jordan, India and Bahrain between November 2021 and March of this year, albeit in international friendlies against weaker opposition.

After conceding just two goals in their last five fixtures across all competitions, Kondratiev has put together a well-drilled outfit in recent months, meaning they remain a tough side to beat no matter the opposition recently.
As a result, should they manage to find the back of the net in Baku on Monday, they will be well set to record an all-important three points in their battle to avoid the drop to League D in the Nations League, against an opponent that endures its own struggles in the final third of the pitch as well.

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