BLR vs EST Dream11 Prediction | European Qualifiers | Estonia vs Belarus, Fantasy Team News

Updated on: Sep 6, 2019 10:00 am IST

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    BLR vs EST Dream11 Match Preview, Team News, Lineups


    Time is running out for both Belarus and Estonia. In fact, even if either team string together a decent run, it may not be enough to clinch the qualification as the gap at the top is huge.

    As things stand, with no wins from 3 games, Estonia are currently propping up the table, while Belarus are above them on the basis of a better goal difference.

    It’s an important fixture and both the teams are hard-pressed for a win. Even a draw won’t do any good to both the teams. So expect an open game here at A. Le Coq Arena as both the teams go all out for a win.

    Match Details:

    The European Qualifiers match will be played between Estonia and Belarus at A. Le Coq Arena, in Tallinn, Estonia. The ground has a capacity of 15,000.
    The game will start at 09:30 PM (IST), on Friday, September 06.

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    Recent form (Last six matches)
    Estonia –
    L W L W L L
    Belarus – W W L L L L

    Estonia Team News:

    • Sander Puri is out for the hosts, and won’t be featuring in either of Estonia’s next two games.
    • No other injury concerns for the hosts ahead of this game. Though, there are few changes to the squad which was named for the June’s fixtures. Check out below.

    Possible INs and OUTs of this game:

    • Following Estonia’s 8-0 hammering in Germany, the then head-coach Martin Reim resigned from his post.
    • Karel Voolaid is now in charge of the team and will be managing for the first time in a competitive game as the manager of Estonia.
    • Captain and former Liverpool defender Ragnar Klavan returns to the squad following a successful recovery from an ankle injury. The 33-year-old will be starting the game at the heart of the defense.
    • Midfielder Mihkel Ainsalu gets a call-up, after being left out last time around. Though, it’s highly likely that he features from the bench.
    • Sergei Lepmets is the no-1 at Estonia and should start in goal.

    Estonia squad for the next Euro 2020 qualifiers:

    • Goalkeepers: Mihkel Aksalu, Sergei Lepmets, Matvei Igonen
    • Defenders: Ragnar Klavan, Taijo Teniste, Gert Kams, Karol Mets, Ken Kallaste, Artur Pikk, Joonas Tamm, Madis Vihmann, Märten Kuusk
    • Midfielders: Konstantin Vassiliev, Artjom Dmitrijev, Rauno Sappinen, Mattias Käit, Mihkel Ainsalu, Vlasiy Sinyavskiy, Erik Sorga, Vladislav Kreida
    • Forward: Sergei Zenjov, Henrik Ojamaa, Rauno Sappinen, Frank Liivak

    Estonia Probable XI:

    Sergei Lepmets (GK), Artur Pikk, Karol Mets, Madis Vihmann, Ragnar Klavan, Taijo Teniste, Konstantin Vassiliev, Artjom Dmitrijev, Gert Kams, Sergei Zenjov, Henrik Ojamaa / Rauno Sappinen

    Belarus FC Team News:

    • Igor Kriushenko has no injury concerns ahead of this game.
    • Igor Shitov has been dropped following a disastrous display against the Netherlands.
    • Alyaksandr Martynovich was part of the preliminary 30-man squad but has been left out.

    Belarus squad for the next two Euro 2020 qualifiers:

    • Goalkeepers: Aliaksandr Hutar, Andrei Klimovich, Maksim Plotnikau
    • Defenders: Dzianis Paliakou, Siarhei Palitsevich, Siarhei Matveichik, Aliaksandr Paulavets, Mikita Navumau, Zakhar Volkau, Kirill Piachen
    • Midfielders: Stanislau Drahun, Ihar Stasevich, Pavel Niakhaichyk, Ivan Maeuski, Yury Kavaleu, Dmitri Baha, Uladzislau Klimovich, Yauhen Yablonski, Maks Ebonh, Ivan Bakhar
    • Attackers: Nikolai Signevich, Maxim Skavyshm, Nikolai Zolotov

    Possible ins or outs of this game:

    • Aliaksandr Hutar will start in goal for the visitors.
    • Igor Shitov has been left out of the squad following a disastrous display against the Netherlands.
    • Alyaksandr Martynovich was part of the preliminary 30-man squad but has been left out.

    Belarus Probable XI:

    Aliaksandr Hutar (GK), Aliaksandr Paulavets, Dzyanis Palyakow, Nikita Naumov, Siarhei Palitsevich, Yury Kavalyow, Dmitri Baha, Ihar Stasevich, Ivan Mayewski, Pavel Niakhaichyk, Nikolai Zolotov

    Likely to score:

    • For Estonia: Sergei Zenjov, Henrik Ojamaa, Frank Liivak,
    • For Belarus: Pavel Niakhaichyk, Nikolai Zolotov


    Suggested combination:

    To be updated!

    BLR vs EST Dream11 potential winner:
    Belarus should at least get a draw here.

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