FC Smolevichi will be playing hosts to Dinamo Minsk to Ozyorny Stadium in what shall be round number six in the Belarusian Premier League. Smolevichi is going through an underwhelming season and haven’t won any of their last five games which positions them at the 15th spot with just three points from five games. In spite of doing well at pre-season, the ongoing campaign has been nothing less but a disappointment so far.
Dinamo Minsk on the other end is going through a rough patch as well and haven’t been able to string in wins thus far. From the five games that they’ve featured in, Dinamo Minsk has won two of the last five in domestic league this season and occupy the 12th spot in the with six points. Dinamo has scored six goals but have also conceded five in the process. In order to advance higher up the table, Dinamo Minsk will be eager to get a hold on their line of defene.
Date- Thursdau, April 24
Kick-Off- 8:30 PM (IST)
Venue- Ozyorny Stadium
Smolevichi were able to bag a point in the away fixture to Belshina. This were their second draw on the bounce in the league. Smolevichi were close to a defeat after conceding through a penalty within the final 10 minutes. But Evgeni Barsukov was also given an opportunity through a penalty and he ended scoring the equalizer. However, Smolevichi are still waiting for their first win of the season as Antaoli Makarov and Vladislav Mukhamedov will be both anticipating starts in the upcoming fixture.
Dinamo Minsk did well to put their loss away to Gorodeya behind them as they came back strongly to defeat Neman at home last week. Dinamo impressed for majority of the game but had to wait till the 72nd minute to bag a goal courtesy Miha Goropevek’s strike before Evgeni Shikavka scored the second at stoppage time and sealed all three points at home. Dinamo will now look to bring an end to their poor run of form away from home as they haven’t won any of their last seven on the road. But Danilo’s return from the ban will serve as a big boost for Dinamo.
DIN (Expected Playing 11)- M Plotnikov (GK), A Rios, A Sukhotskyi, K Brucic, D Dinga, M Shvetsov, E Olekhnovich, Evgeni Shikavka, M Pavlovski, V Klimovich, I Bakhar
SMO (Expected Playing 11)- A Filtsov (GK), M Alibekov, Y Barsukov, A Butarevich, K Kotov, A Makarov, V Mukhamedov, I Rashchenia, A Turik, I Veras, E Zhevnerov
V Mukhamedov can pack a punch in the final third for Smolecivhi. Mukhamedov has one goal from the last five games for his side.
Evgeni Shikavka could be pivotal in the final third region. Shikavka has two goals from the last five appearances and could earn a decent amount of points in the Dream11 Match Prediction side.
Aleksandr Marakov can play a pivotal role in midfield for Smolevichi. Marakov has nine goals and 10 assists from the last 60 games and is also known for his passing range.
I Bakhar has a goal from the last five games for Dinamo Minsk in the advanced region and could earn the user some valuable points in the today match prediction side.
Dinamo Minsk are the favorites with odds of 19/20 and/or under 2.5 goals scored at odds of 4/9.
Neman and Energetik-BGU will both be keen on getting back to winning way in the Belarusian Premier League as they square off at the Neman stadium. Neman have gone three games without a win and are now a spot above the relegation zone, whereas, Energetik-BGU has lost back-to-back games which now makes them slip down to fifth after a bright start to the season
Neman have gone three games without a win are were beaten in their most recent game versus Dinamo Minsk. Neman did hold Dinamo Minsk till the 70th minute, but Dinamo got the all important goal which turned out to be the winner. Their form is major concern in spite of it still being early days in the league but a return to their home ground could act as held since they’ve lost just one of the last seven home fixtures.
After a solid start to the season with three consecutive wins, Energetik-BGU have drifted off by losing two games on the bounce. Their most recent defeat was to Gorodeya. Energetik-BGU conceded the goal at the 35th minute and were unable to cancel it out. Energetik will look to come back strongly with Shahboz Umarov and Dusan Bakic both likely to get starts.
NEM (Expected Playing 11)- Dmitri Dudar (GK); Danijel Stojkovic, Artur Slabashevich, Andrey Vasiljev, Egor Khvalko; Pavel Tsabelin, Giorgi Kantaria, Andrey Yakimov, Gegam Kadimyan; Volodymyr Koval, Zoran Marusic
ENG (Expected Playing 11)-Artur Lesko(GK); Daniil Miroshnikov, Artem Shkurdyuk, Artem Sokol; Aleksei Nosko, Devid Twe, Dmitri Girs, Jérémy Mawatu, Aik Musahagian; Junior Atemengue, Jasurbek Yakhshiboev
Jasurbek Yakhshiboev has three goals from the last five appearances for Energetik-BGU and could earn the user maximum points in the fantasy football side.
Gegam Kadimyan has been one of the rare standouts for Neman Grondo. The midfielder is a safe passer of the ball and has scored two goals from the last five games this season.
The odds for a home win for Neman is 5/4, while the odds for a goalless draw is 7/11
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