KAZ vs SCO: In Group Stage of European Championship Qualifying, the football teams of Kazakhstan and Scotland face off each other today in the field. The game will kick start at 08:30 PM (IST) on 21st January 2019. The venue of the match is at Astana Arena, in Astana, Kazakhstan. Ten Sports Network broadcast the live game of Kazakhstan vs Scotland UEFA Euro Qualifiers matches in India.
This is the first time in an international football fixture as both the countries. In the last five games, Kazakhstan has won two games, lost one game and drawn two games whereas Scotland has won three games and lost two games. Hence in this game KAZ vs SCO, it is predicted that Kazakhstan will win against Scotland.
KAZ vs SCO Team News
Bauyrzhan Islamkhan has been left out from the squad due to injury for Kazakhstan. The key players of the team are Aleksey Shchotkin, Yuriy Logvinenkoi. Jordan Archer, Charlie Mulgrew, and Barry Bannan all are missing from the squad with injuries for Scotland. The key players of the team to be watched are James Forrest, Ryan Fraser, Scott McTominay.
KAZ vs SCO Playing XI
Kazakhstan Playing XI: Dmitro Nepogodov (GK), Gafurzhan Suyumbayev, Yuri Logvinenko, Abzal Beisebekov, Sergey Malyy, Islambek Kuat, Maksim Fedin, Serikzhan Muzhikov, Roman Murtazayev, Erkebulan Seydahmet, Aleksei Shchetkin
Scotland Playing XI: Scott Bain (GK), Graeme Shinnie, Scott McKenna, David Bates, Callum Paterson, Callum McGregor, Scott McTominay, Stuart Armstrong, James Forrest, Ryan Fraser, Johnny Russell
KAZ vs SCO Team Squads
Goalkeepers: Stas Pokatilov (Kairat), Igor Shatsky (Shakhtar), Dmitro Nepogodov (Ordabasy)
Defenders: Dmitri Shomko, Yevgeny Postnikov (Astana), Abzal Beisebekov, Yuri Logvinenko, Yan Vorogovskiy, Sergey Malyy (Ordabasy), Eldos Akhmetov, Gafurzhan Suyumbayev (Kairat), Temirlan Erlanov
Midfielders: Bauyrzhan Islamkhan, Islambek Kuat, Baktiyer Zaynutdinov, Serikzhan Muzhikov, Yuri Pertsukh (Astana), (Rostov, Russia), Maksim Fedin (Tobol), Alexander Merkel (Heracles, Holland), Georgy Zhukov (Kairat)
Forwards: Roman Murtazayev (Astana), Bauyrzhan Turysbek (Tobol), Aleksei Shchetkin (Ordabasy), Erkebulan Seydahmet (Levski, Bulgaria)