Belshina will be taking on Gordeya for the fixture of both clubs as they still look for a way to register their first wins. Talking about Belshina, they did win the First League last season and get promoted to the Belarusian Premier League, but their start in the new campaign has been far from impressive as they lost the first game to Minsk by 3-1, which was followed by a 1-0 defeat to Torpedo-Belaz Zhodino last Friday. Leonid Kovel is the only goal scorer for Belshina so far. Goredya on the other end has sustained back-to-back losses versus Vitebsk 1-0 and Shakhtyor 0-2, and are yet to score a goal this season.
Date: Friday, April 3
Kick-Off: 7:30 PM (IST)
Venue: Stadyen Spartak
The manager Eduard Gradoboev will be scratching his head after the consecutive defeats to Minsk and Torpedo-Belaz Zhodino. The newly promoted team might go with a different combination higher up the pitch. That being said,. S Turanok is expected to start in at goal. A Bezhonov, P Bordukov, S Glebko and L Kovel are in line of being of the back four. K Kuchinski, S Odeoibo and M Pysko are in contention of filling in at midfiled. While, either from E Skoblikov and V Yasukevich c be the front two.
Gordeya resides at the bottom of the table having lost both games and are yet to score a goal from the first two games that they’ve been a part of. In spite of Vitebsk getting a man sent off in the 45th minute, Gordeya somehow still managed to lose the game, which was followed by a defeat to Shakhtyor. Head coach Oleg Raduszko will be under pressure and will be looking to make a mark with some changes in the starting lineup.
Belshina (Expected Playing 11)- S Turanok (GK), A Bezhonov, P Bordukov, S Glebko, L Kovel, K Kuchinski, S Odeoibo, M Pysko, R Salimov, E Skoblikov, V Yasukevich
Gorodeya (Expected Playing 11)- Igor Dovgyallo, Stanislav Sazonovich, Dmitry Ignatenko, Kiril Pavlyuchek, Lazar Sajčić, Dmitri Bayduk, Aleksandr Poznyak, Milan Joksimović, Yuri Volovik, Andrei Sorokin/Dmitri Lebedev, Artyom Arkhipov
Evgeni Skoblikov can be pivotal up front for Belshina in the attacking front. Skoblikov had three goals from nine games last season and could earn the user some valuable points in the fantasy football side.
V Yasukevich partnered along with Skoblikov can also pack a punch in the forward line for the hosts Belshina and can contribute in the Dream11 Match Prediction side.
Artem Arkhipov can prove to be a threat for Gorodoya in the final third. The centre-forward bagged eight goals from 13 games last season and could be pivotal in the today match prediction side.
Considering Gorodoya are yet to score a goal in the ongoing campaign, while Belshina won the First League last season, Belshina could be walking in as the favourites of the upcoming fixture.
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