2020 Belarusian Premier League – Belshina vs Dinamo Brest Preview & Prediction
When is Belshina vs Dinamo Brest taking place? Sunday 3rd May, 2020 – 12:00 (UK)
Where is Belshina vs Dinamo Brest taking place? Spartak Stadium, Bobruisk
What television channel is Belshina vs Dinamo Brest on? This match will not be televised live in the UK
Where can I stream Belshina vs Dinamo Brest? Bet365 subscribers can stream Belarusian Premier League matches so it is worth checking their schedule
Where can I get tickets for Belshina vs Dinamo Brest? Ticket information can be found on each club’s official website
THE TEAM NEWS
- Belshina were unable to break their losing streak last week and were even denied a point as they conceded a late goal against Slutsk having been reduced to 10 men not long before that decisive goal.
- Slutsk looked to be coasting to the win thanks to two first half efforts but Leonid Kovel gave his side a lifeline just before the break and Pavel Bordukov drew his side level less than 10 minutes into the second period.
- The game appeared to be heading for a draw but Nikita Rochev was given his marching orders for a second bookable offence with five minutes left which allowed Slutsk to capitalise on their numerical advantage and Belshina will now have to cope without Rochev for this contest.
- Dinamo Brest lost for the third game in a row in all competitions as they fell to a 4-2 loss against Shakhtyor in their midweek Cup semi-final but they are unlikely to be too disheartened by that after it proved enough to advance to the final.
- After successive games without even failing to find the back of the net, Brest found themselves two goals up at half-time against Shakhtyor thanks to strikes from Pavel Savitskiy and Mikhail Gordeychuk.
- Despite that lead, Brest collapsed and allowed four second half goals but did manage to hang on to progress by virtue of away goals, although the manner of that effort in the final 45 minutes is likely to lead to changes for this game.
Belshina looked set for a third consecutive draw last week but could not hold on in the closing stages and remain without a win at the start of the Belarusian Premier League campaign. They now host Dinamo Brest who have lost their last three in all competitions and allowed four goals in the second half of their midweek Cup tie against Shakhtyor. It remains to be seen how both teams will react to their most recent performance but Brest should have enough to put their losing run behind them.