|Attempts off target||0||0|
|3||Wales||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|2||Republic of Ireland||Switzerland|
|3||Italy||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
Montenegro made it a three-way tie at the Group 6 summit, joining Sweden and Israel on seven points thanks to a 3-1 win against a Kazakhstan side who had hoped to improve on a creditable draw with the Scandinavian side last time out.
The hosts other win in the section came in the reverse fixture, 2-0 in Almaty, and they were on course to complete the double over Kazakhstan from the moment Admir Adrović gave them a tenth-minute lead. Marko Djurović made it 2-0 before the break and the visitors' slim hopes evaporated when Zakhar Korobov was dismissed 18 minutes from time. Nemanja Nikolić added a third before Khassan Abdukarimov's consolation.
Kazakhstan started brightly, hitting the post through Maxim Semyonov on six minutes, but they were thrown off course when goalkeeper Samat Otarbayev allowed a weak Adrović effort to open the scoring. Pavel Rodnenok's side lacked a killer instinct and paid the price when Djurović struck from close range three minutes before the break. Nikolić rifled in the third from 25 metres on 81 minutes following a straight red card for Korobov before Abdukarimov headed in for Kazakhstan, who now have five points from seven matches. Montenegro are on seven after four outings; unbeaten Sweden and Israel have played three apiece.
|1||Vlado Giljen (GK)||22||Samat Otarbayev (GK)|
|2||Draško Božović (C)||2||Zakhar Korobov|
|3||Slobodan Lakićević||3||Damir Dautov|
|10||Fatos Bećiraj||11||Pavel Shabalin|
|15||Aslan Darabayev (C)|
|17||Žarko Tomašević||21||Vitali Goloveshkin|
|12||Miloš Dragojević (GK)||18||Azat Bitabarov (GK)|
|6||Bogdan Bogdanović||4||Talgat Adyrbekov|
|8||Milos Stevović||8||Yevgeniy Chikrizov|
|13||Darko Bulatović||14||Serikzhan Muzhikov|
|Dušan Vlaisavljević (MNE)||Pavel Rodnenok (BLR)|
|Ararat Tshagharyan (ARM)|
|Vanik Simonyan (ARM), Arman Ghushchyan (ARM)|
|Karen Nalbandyan (ARM)|