Romania vs Belarus Live Reddit Football Score 2020
Romania vs Belarus live streaming match details
Match: Romania vs Belarus
Competition: Int. Friendly Games
Kick-off time & date: 5:00 pm, November 11, 2020 (UK time)
Stadium: Stadionul Ilie Oană
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Romania vs Belarus live score: Match preview
Arena Arena Națională in Bucharest is currently scheduled to host Euro 2020 matches but Romania will not be there.
In October, they lost their play-off semi-final to Iceland 2-1 at Laugardalsvöllur.
A bitter blow for Mirel Rădoi who now has to remotivate his players.
In the UEFA Nations League, Romania are currently third in Group B1 on four points.
They’re currently five points adrift of the top two so their last two matches, at home to Norway and in Northern Ireland, are about cementing their place in the second-tier.
Belarus meanwhile also lost a play-off semi-final in October, going down 1-0 to Georgia in Tblisi.
That ended their hopes of a first ever major finals appearance.
However, they’re thoroughly enjoying the Nations League.
In 2018, they were promoted as group winners from League D to League C.
Now, Mikhail Markhel’s side currently sit top of Group C4 on seven points.
Last time out, Yevgeniy Yablonskiy and Roman Yuzepchuk scored in a 2-0 win over Kazakhstan in Minsk.