Latvia vs Kazakhstan live streaming
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Match: Latvia vs Kazakhstan
Competition: UEFA Nations League
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Latvia vs Kazakhstan live streaming: Match preview
Latvia are the only side in all of League D who’ve ever made it to a major finals but they look along way off repeating the feat of 2004.
They kicked off their season with a 0-0 draw at home to Andorra before losing 1-0 in Georgia.
Former Bolton and Wolves forward Mixu Paatelainen will be demanding better from his side.
Kazakhstan too have just 1 point to their name.
Their results are very similar to their opponents.
They lost 2-0 at home to Georgia before drawing 1-1 in Andorra.
Stanimir Stoilov’s Kazakhstan were hoping to challenge Georgia for top spot at start of play but are a long way off now.
Both need a win to get their campaign going.