Belarus and Spain will face each other in their 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifier this Friday. The match will be celebrated at Dynamo Stadium in Minsk, Belarus.
What are the possibilities of either team winning this match? A study of both teams is needed to arrive at a conclusion.
During his 13 World Cup qualifying matches, Alexander Hleb has four wins, four draws, and five losses, with one goal for and one yellow card.
Belarus is the home of FC BATE Borisov, who defeated FC Bayern Munich in a UEFA Champions League tournament.
The hometown advantage is present with the Belarus National Football Team, which helps.
Spain is currently in second place in the Group I World Cup classifications with three points. They are currently behind France and their six points.
The Iberian country barely survived their qualification match, held in Tblisi, by defeating Georgia. Spain will see Javi Martinez, Iker Casillas, Cesc Fabregas, and Roberto Soldado in action during this crucial match.
In the current FIFA Coca Cola rankings, Spain is in first place with 1611 points. Javier Martinez may play an important role. Cesc Fabregas, Iker Casillas, and Roberto Soldado may have vital roles in this match.
Prediction: Belarus 1-2 Spain
While the magazine Goal has three predictions with Belarus being scoreless against Spain, I do not agree with Goal, as Belarus will not concede easily in their hometown.