A place in the Belarusian Cup final hangs in the balance as Slavia Mozyr takes on BATE in the much anticipated double header. Slavia has done impressively well at the start of the season, with them beating the likes of BATE and title holders of the Belarusian Premier League Dinamo Brest in their first two fixtures in the domestic league. The hosts will be thriving with confidence ahead of the first leg, and will be keen on making life difficult for their opponents. In terms of standings in the league at this very moment, BATE is currently 11th with three points but are fresh from a win against Ruch. Meanwhile, Slavia is 5th in the league with six points o the board.
Date- Wednesday, May 8
Kick-Off- 8:00 PM (IST)
Venue- Stadyen Junatsva
Slavia-Mozyr is expected to go with a similar playing eleven. Mikhail Baranovsky should be in at goal, while Aleksandr Koltyarov, Vladislav Zhuk, Yegor Potapov and Andrey Chuklhey should be the line of defence. Yury Nedashkovsky, Yuriy Pantya and Gleb Shevchenko could accommodate the midfield region. Francis Narh, Aleksandr Raevskiy and Nikita Melnikov are in contention of leading the line of attack.
Bate is also likely to go with a similar team that start off against Rukh Brest. A Chichkan could feature in between the sticks, while, D Baga, Y Berezkin and D Bessmertny could work as the back four. S Dragun, E Filipenko, B Nastic and P Nekhajchik are the possible candidates to fill in at midfield. M Skavysh, I Stasevich and Z Volkov are the likely ones to be the front three.
BATE Borisov (Expected Playing 11)- A Chichkan (GK), D Baga, Y Berezkin, D Bessmertny, S Dragun, E Filipenko, B Nastic, P Nekhajchik, M Skavysh, I Stasevich, Z Volkov
Slavia-Mozyr (Expected Playing 11)- Mikhail Baranovsky (GK), Aleksandr Kotlyarov, Vladislav Zhuk, Yegor Potapov, Andrey Chukhley, Yury Nedashkovsky, Yuriy Pantya, Gleb Shevchenko, Francis Narh, Nikita Melnikov, Aleksandr Raevskiy
For Slavia Nikita Melinkov could prove to be the danger man. Melinkov has bagged two goals from the last three games and could earn the user a decent amount of points in the fantasy football team.
For BATE, Maksim Skavysh could prove to be pivotal. The right-winger has two goals from two games in the Belarusian Cup and has a goal to his name in the domestic league this season. Skavysh’s inclusion in the today match prediction team could earn the user some valuable points.
For the first leg, BATE will be expected to sit back in defence concede minimum or no goals at all, as they will be hosting the second-leg. That being said the fixture between Slavia and BATE could turn out to be a draw.
This shall be a repeat of the Super Cup final that took place just four weeks ago as Dynamo lifted the trophy after a 2-0 win. Once again it will Dynamo Brest that take on Shakhtyor Soligorsk on Wednesday for the first leg of the Belarusian Cup semi-final. In the previous rounds, Dynamo Brest beat FC Minsk and Isloch Minsk to advance to the knockouts. Whereas, Shakhtyor knocked out Lokomotiv Gomel and Zhodino as they made it to the semis. In terms of league standings Dynamo Brest is 10th in the league with four points on board. As for Shakhtyor, they’re just a spot above Dynamo at 9th with the same number of points but a better goal difference
Date- Wednesday, April 8
Kick-Off- 10:00 PM (IST)
Venue- Stadyen DASK Brestski
Pavel Pavlyuvhenko is expected to be in at goal. Oleg Veretilo, Oleksandr Noyok, Gaby Kiki and Maksim Vitus could be starting as the line of defence. Aleksandr Pavlovets, Artem Milevskiy and Dzyanis Lapstew are likely to feature in the midfield region. Syarhey Kislyak, Pavel Savitski and Elis Bakaj are in contention of leading the line of attack .
A Gutor should be starting as in between the sticks. N Antic, D Bodul, G Disamindze and Y Kendysh could be the likely back line. R Khadarkvich, S Matvjchik, S Politevich and A Selyava should be made available in midfield. Whereas, L Shindgoridze, J Szoke and A Selyava could be used as the attackers up top.
Dinamo Brest (Expected Playing 11)- Pavel Pavlyuchenko (GK), Oleg Veretilo, Oleksandr Noyok, Gaby Kiki, Maksim Vitus, Aleksandr Pavlovets, Artem Milevskiy, Dzyanis Laptsew, Syarhey Kislyak, Pavel Savitski, Elis Bakaj
SHSO (Expected Playing 11)- A Gutor (GK), N Antic, D Bodul, G Diasamidze, Y Kendysh, R Khadarkevich, S Matvejchik, S Politevich, A Selyava, L Shindagoridze, J Szoke
From the last eight games Gaby Kiki has netted two goals and could prove to be a threat going ahead for Dinamo Brest.
Artem Milevskyi is one of the veterans in the Dinamo Brest side and has scored 15 goals, while also registering 23 assists from the 73 games for the club.
From the last 49 games for Shakhtytyor, Azdren Llullaku has bagged 10 goals and 17 assists for his side. His inclusion in the Dream11 Match Prediction side could earn the user a decent amount of points.
With both sides lacking consistency recently, a draw could be the possible outcome.
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