Israel are looking to keep the pressure on Switzerland and Romania as they face Belarus in EURO 2024 qualifying this week.
Israel currently sit 3rd in qualifying Group I with two wins, two draws and one loss from their first five games of the campaign.
Israel kicked off with a 1-1 draw against Kosovo before falling to a heavy 3-0 defeat at the hands of Switzerland.
Consecutive 2-1 wins then came for Israel as they beat Belarus and Andorra before registering a point in a 1-1 draw with Romania at the weekend.
Israel performed well in their draw in Romania on Saturday with a second half strike from Oscar Gloukh securing a point in a game they'll feel they were the better team in.
It's currently all to play for in this group with the standings very tight at the top and Israel will know that their fate is still very much in their own hands coming into the second half of the group schedule.
Having taken seven points from their last three games they're coming into this game in very good shape and with home advantage on their side this is not a game they should fail to win.
Belarus currently sit 4th in qualifying Group I with one win, one draw and three losses from their first five games of the campaign.
It's been a fairly mixed bag for Belarus so far but having entered the group with almost no expectation of qualifying they'll feel buoyed by an improvement in their form.
After three straight losses to start the campaign - 0-5 against Switzerland, 2-1 against Romania and 1-2 against Israel - Belarus have taken four points from their last two games with an impressive 2-1 win over Kosovo followed by a 0-0 draw against Andorra.
The draw with Andorra may have been underwhelming but they look as though they're steadily improving as this group progressed so all hope is not yet lost.
They've already lost to Israel in their own stadium in this group so it's going to be difficult to get a result here, and while qualification from the group is extremely unlikely they will become e contenders if they can manage to take a surprise three points.
The odds are stacked against them but bigger upsets have happened.
For our Israel vs. Belarus prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the home side.