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Neman vs Belshina Prediction & Betting tips
Although the pressure from the surrounding European area is increasing noticeably, the ball continues to roll in the Vysshaya League, the top division of Belarus, despite the corona crisis – with an audience. Up to 8,479 spectators can come to the opening of the fourth matchday in the west of the country near the Polish border at Neman Stadium on Friday, where FC Neman Grodno hosts Belshina Bobrujsk.
The newcomer started very badly and is at zero points from the first three games. The deer are favored accordingly. Which bookmaker offers the best odds at Neman Grodno against Belshina Bobrujsk can be found in the betting comparison.
In the case of Neman Grodno against Belshina Bobrujsk, the forecast must take into account that the deer have so far had very difficult goals. Only two goals from the first three league games are recorded. Against the worst defensive in the country – Belshina has already conceded five goals – should be something to get.
Accordingly, we at Neman Grodno against Belshina Bobrujsk choose tip 1 and make sure that the eighth of the table also wins the second home game of the season. By the way, further predictions for the upcoming football weekend can be found in the category Betting Tips Football International.
FC Neman Grodno has never won the Vysshaya League. Only in 2002 was it enough for the runner-up championship. Usually the yellow-greens had little to do with the upper climes of the table.
So also at the moment. As the tenth, the deer said goodbye tied to the ninth from the 2019 season and Neman Grodno is currently sharing the eighth and ninth places in the nirvana of Belarus’ top division with another team.
The deer got four points from the first three league games, which is a solid result overall, although the strong away record has been lost to the kickers from the east of the country. Only last season, coach Igor Kovalevich’s team, who has been in office since summer 2016, scored significantly more points in the distance than at home. However, this trend was not confirmed in the first three games in 2020.
After the defeat at Isloch Minsk and the goalless draw at Shakhtar Soligorsk, only one of six possible points is on record in foreign places, where the deer have so far been without their own goal. It went all the better in front of their own fans, where a 2-0 win over Vitebsk was celebrated on March 29, 2020.
The yellow-greens would now like to build on exactly this home threesome, for which Neman Grodno vs. Belshina Bobrujsk the bookmakers’ odds also speak for. After all, the eighth of the table receives the current bottom, which has lost all three games after promotion to the Vysshaya League.
The trend is still positive. Since the 0-1 defeat at Isloch Minsk from the start of the season, goalkeeper Dimitri Dudar, who came from FK Gomel to the east of Belarus last summer, has had to pull back. This results in a total of two white vests in series, which are now to be expanded against a team that has scored only once in three games.
The deer’s defensive form is also remarkable because Oleg Murachev, the strongest central defender on paper, is still injured. So it can be stated that there is also room for improvement, although this also applies to the offensive, which so far has shown little danger with two goals from three league games.
FC Belshina Bobrujsk has one thing ahead of FC Neman Grodno: overall victory in the Vysshaya League. In 2001, the traditional club, which celebrated its first championship in the Belarusian League of the Soviet Union in 1978, also won the title in the country’s top division, which was founded in 1992.
There are also three cup wins in Belarus, which makes the Red-Blacks one of the more successful teams in the country. However, the players from the east of the country were not immune to a total of four relegations from the Vysshaya League. As the champions of the Pershaya League, Belshina made an impressive return at the end of last year.
Under the coach Eduard Gradoboev, who was only hired at the end of September 2019, the Belarusian champion of 2001 has not yet returned to the Vysshaya League. Three games, three defeats and 1: 5 goals is the meager record of the highly restructured team, which holds the red lantern with zero points.
It seems all the less promising to place the tip for a point win for Neman Grodno against Belshina Bobrujsk, who still have plenty of time to turn the tables, but have had several difficulties after all the descents of the past two decades to establish again in the Vysshaya League.
The first step is likely to be that coach Eduard Gradoboev’s defensive, which has been lacking so far, is stabilized, because the five goals conceded by Belshina are just as much the shared negative value of the Vysshaya League as the first goal scored.
However, the focus on defense must not be entirely at the expense of the offensive. After the three goals conceded from the season opener against Minsk, there was only one goal per game. However, because the attack did not sting in either game, Bobrujsk recently conceded two 0-1 defeats in a row.
Thus, a scarce result, which could now also threaten Western Belarus, leads to defeat. So it was high time for goalie Leonid Kovel, who came from FK Minsk in February, to take full advantage of his goal from matchday one against his former employer.
Neman vs Belshina head to head matches
28.07.18 CUP Belshina Neman 3 : 1
10.09.16 VL Neman Belshina 1 : 0
07.05.16 VL Belshina Neman 1 : 1
15.08.15 VL Belshina Neman 0 : 0
25.04.15 VL Neman Belshina 1 : 3