Kazakhstan is facing Montenegro on their seventh match in the World Cup Qualifier today on September 1st at Astana Arena in Kazakhstan. Lastly, these two teams have faced each other on October 2016. Today’s match is the second meet in this tournament as these two teams have to face each other after Montenegro’s big win 5-0 without any opponent goals from Kazakhstan.

About the performance of the Montenegro, they standing at the second position by winning three matches out of six matches they have played against their group teams. The winner of each group will qualify directly to the World Cup 2018 Russia. Poland is at first position with the score of 16 which differs six points between the Montenegro. The remaining four matches will decide the winner of this group.

Goal update: As our prediction, Montenegro won the match against Kazakhstan. Marko Vesovic (31′), Fatos Beqiraj (53′), and Marko Simic (63′) are the reason for their today’s win.

Kazakhstan vs Montenegro

Kazakhstan vs Montenegro Preview:

Kazakhstan had already lost all their matches against their group teams. The World Cup Qualifier match between Kazakhstan vs Montenegro will start at 10 pm local time, 5 pm BST, 12 pm ET at Astana Arena. Even though it is the home match of Kazakhstan, they had very fewer chances to win their match. According to the prediction, the Montenegro will face Romania on September 4 with their today’s win.

In general, Kazakhstan has lost all their recent four matches after their draw against Romania. Like the same, Montenegro had three losses recently against Iran, Poland, and Armenia. They had also two wins against Armenia, and Denmark in the World Cup qualifier round. If they maintained their second position until the end of the tournament, they had another chance to get qualify for World Cup 2018 by using round 2.

Kazakhstan vs Montenegro Live Streaming Update:

Montenegro: TVCG 2

Kazakhstan KAZsport

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Kazakhstan vs Montenegro Playing XI

Kazakhstan starting XI: 1 David Loria, 6 Yeldos Akhmetov, 23 Yuri Logvinenko, 18 Dmitriy Shomko, 21 Abzal Beysebekov, 11 Serikzhan Muzhikov, 5 Islambek Kuat, 10 Georgi Zhukov, 14 Roman Murtazaev, 16 Gafurzhan Suyumbayev, 13 Azat Nurgaliev

Montenegro starting XI: 1 Danijel Petkovíc, 22 Marko Simic, 15 Stefan Savic, 6 Zarko Tomasevic, 23 Adam Marusic, 10 Stevan Jovetic, 19 Nebojsa Kosovic, 4 Nikola Vukcevic, 11 Fatos Beqiraj, 7 Marko Vesovic, 8 Marko Jankovic