Moldova vs Kazakhstan Prediction, Odds and Free Betting Tips (24/03/2022)

Moldova and Kazakhstan meet in the relegation playoff round of the UEFA Nations League. Two struggling sides go head-to-head in a crucial first leg encounter. Read our free predictions and find the latest odds for the fixture below in our detailed match preview.

Moldova vs Kazakhstan – Free Betting Tips & Predictions

Moldova have won only one game since June 2019 ahead of their tussle with Kazakhstan at the Stadionul Zimbru. Read our top three predictions for this week’s fixture below.

These odds from Ladbrokes were correct at the time of writing.

Draw no Bet – Kazakhstan

Moldova and Kazakhstan have both struggled on the international stage for quite some time, though the visitors to the Stadionul Zimbru have shown enough fight on the road over the last year to suggest they can claim a positive first leg result in Chişinău. Kazakhstan have won two and avoided defeat in five of their last 11 away games, while Moldova have lost five of their last six on home soil. With those records considered, a stake on Kazakhstan with a safety net in the draw no bet market appeals this week.

Under 2.5 Goals

Both Moldova and Kazakhstan tend to toil in the goalscoring department and a low-scoring tussle could ensue when the sides meet on Thursday. The hosts have notched just three times in their last six competitive fixtures combined, while Kazakhstan have found the net just four times in their last seven assignments. With attacking quality thin on the ground in both camps, back under 2.5 goals to be registered at the Stadionul Zimbru.

Half Time Result – Draw

Tension is expected to be high in Thursday’s Nations League relegation playoff first leg clash and with both teams determined to avoid making key early mistakes, a cagey start to the fixture is anticipated. Kazakhstan haven’t scored a first half goal since November last year, while Moldova haven’t notched a first half strike in a competitive fixture since March 2021. The factors here suggest that backing a draw in the half time result market could be a play worth chasing.

Moldova vs Kazakhstan Match Preview and Team News


Manager Sergiu Clesceno has named two uncapped players in his Moldova squad in Balti pair Denis Furtuna and Nichita Moțpan, though neither fresh face is expected to start this week. Radu Gînsari, who plays his club football with Xanthi in Greece, is the top scorer in the current Moldovan squad with seven goals in 46 appearances.


Nurlan Dairov, Arman Kenesov, Abylaykhan Nazymkhanov, Aslan Adil all feature in the Kazakhstan squad for the first time this week as Head Coach Andrei Karpovich looks to freshen things up. CSKA Moscow midfielder Bakhtiyar Zaynutdinov will once again take on the mantle of star player for The Hawks this week.

Top Betting Odds and Stats for Moldova vs Kazakhstan

Check out our list of the top stats for Thursday’s game below alongside a tool to help you pick the best odds.

Moldova vs Kazakhstan Coverage and Frequently Asked Questions

Moldova vs Kazakhstan prediction

Where will Thursday’s match be played?

Moldova vs Kazakhstan will be played at Stadionul Zimbru.

What time does this fixture kick off?

The game is scheduled to start at 18:00 CET (GMT +1).

Who is favourite to win this week?

The bookmakers have priced Kazakhstan as their favourites to win this week.