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Last fall, Belshina Bobruisk – in 2001, after all, overall winner in the Belarusian championship – made her return to the Vysshaya League. Since then, the red-blacks have been waiting for their first three. The meager interim result: only three points from nine league games, the red lantern in the table and already seven points behind the saving bank.
Now, of all things, the turn is to be made at Shakhtyor Soligorsk, the third of the previous season. Which bookmaker at Soligorsk vs. Belshina offers the best odds for the point gain of the alleged underdog can be found with just a few clicks from the odds comparison of the betting base.
However, in Soligorsk against Belshina the forecast must also take into account in this context that the moles are not a power at home. Only one point jumped out of the first three home games. Only the last two games went to the yellow.
Nevertheless, this momentum cannot hide the fact that the Bobruisk kickers recently presented themselves under their new coach despite the lack of results. Accordingly, we see a chance to play the double chance X2 at Soligorsk against Belshina.
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FC Shakhtyor Soligorsk is one of the founding members of the Vysshaya League and is one of the dinosaurs who have never had to take second place. Mind you, however, with a bit of fuss, because in 1997 the yellows landed in the last place in the table and were only allowed to remain first class because one team withdrew for financial reasons while two others merged.
Although the team from the south of the country has never before been found in the group stage of one of the European competitions, the national track record is quite impressive. In 2005 Soligorsk won the Belarusian championship. There are also three overall cup victories and six runner-up championships – the last in 2018.
Also last season the miners landed on a respectable third place, with which – if the Europa League should start again in autumn 2020 – they are theoretically entitled to participate in the first qualifying round for the second most important European competition.
This makes the current position all the more ambivalent. After nine games, the moles are only fifth in the table and, above all, got off to a bad start. Only one point from the first three home games was clearly too little for the high demands of the yellow.
In the meantime Shakhtyor Soligorsk has got the curve again. From the last four league games in the Vysshaya League, the miners scored ten out of twelve possible points and remained undefeated in all of these four games. That at Soligorsk against Belshina the odds of bookmakers swing in their direction is also due to the stubborn defensive, which only caused three goals in nine games.
All the more, the moles are now eager to follow the next three against up-and-coming Belshina to knock further up. However, it can be stated that there was also no victory against the other winless team in the Vysshaya League, namely Smolevichi (0-0). Especially with the supposedly small teams of Belarus, the yellows struggled again and again. So a chance for the next point gain of the promoted?
Unlike Shakhtyor Soligorsk, FC Belshina Bobruisk could not avoid the sporting relegation in 2016. For the third time since the Vysshaya League was founded, the red-blacks had to take second place. In the third attempt last autumn we went back to the upper house of Belarusian football.
It was all the more remarkable that the promotion coach was not held on, but that Eduard Gradoboev, a new coach was installed specifically for the Vysshaya League. A risk that has now been assessed by the club management as a grip on the toilet.
So Eduard Gradoboev had to pack his bags on 6 May 2020 three days after the desolate appearance at the 0-3 home defeat against Dinamo Brest. Dmitri Migas took over for him, but the Belarusian champion of 2001 is still without a win.
One point from the two games against Isloch Minsk and Vitebsk was again a bit too little, especially since the promoted team has been waiting for a total of nine league games for the first three since 2016 in Belarus’ top tier of football.
At least it is positive that the red-blacks, with the exception of the 0: 3 home embarrassment against Dinamo Brest, were almost always able to score at least one goal. There is certainly no offensive problem thanks to veteran Leonid Kovel, who has already contributed to three league goals and struck another goal.
In order for Soligorsk against Belshina to guess a point win for the promoted player, Dimitri Migas must first and foremost have the defensive stabilized. With 16 goals conceded, Bobruisk is together with FC Minsk the shooting gallery of the Vysshaya League.
It is all the more bitter that shortly before the final whistle in the 1-1 draw against Vitebsk last weekend, when the defensive only allowed one goal, the strong defense chief Vladislav Yasukevich flew off the pitch. The 25-year-old is missing in Soligorsk today.
Shakhtyor Soligorsk vs Belshina head to head matches
15.03.19 CUP Belshina Shakhtyor Soligorsk 0 : 1
10.03.19 CUP Shakhtyor Soligorsk Belshina 5 : 0
23.10.16 VL Belshina Shakhtyor Soligorsk 0 : 1
10.06.16 VL Shakhtyor Soligorsk Belshina 3 : 0
20.09.15 VL Belshina Shakhtyor Soligorsk 3 : 1