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Belarus vs Luxembourg live streaming
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Match: Belarus vs Luxembourg
Competition: UEFA Nations League
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Belarus vs Luxembourg live streaming: Match preview
A top of the table shootout in Group D2.
These two were the pre-tournament favourites to finish 1st and 2nd and they lived up to the billing last month.
Belarus hammered San Marino 5-0 in Minsk before being held to a 0-0 draw in Moldova.
Luxembourg are looking to defend a 100% record.
They put 4 past Moldova at home before going to San Marino and beating them 3-0.
Unsurprisingly, neither of these sides have ever made it to a major finals but, Luxembourg in particular, are beginning to believe they can get there via the Nations League.
Luc Holtz’s Luxembourg have such great momentum that they should win this one, and pull well clear in the race for promotion.