Dynamo Brest 10-2-9, Energetik-BGU Minsk 10-4-8
9/19/20 9 am
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Dynamo Brest is hosting Energetik-BGU Minsk at Regional Sport Complex Brestskiy in round 24 in the Belarus Vysshaya League.
Dynamo has been solid as of late with 4 wins in their last 6 games. 2 of those wins came in the Champions League qualifications, 1 was in the Belarus Cup, while Dynamo won 1 game in the Vysshaya League. Most recently, Dynamo was playing against Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Champions League qualifications, and they have lost 1-0. Dynamo has had 51% of ball possession in this game, 1 shot on goal, 16 free kicks, and 5 corner kicks. With this loss, Dynamo was knocked out of the Champions League for this season. In the Vysshaya League, Dynamo Brest is in 9th place with 32 points, 37 scored goals, and 27 conceded goals. Elis Bakaj is the only injured player for Dynamo Brest. Laptev and Sawicki have each scored 6 goals for Dynamo this season, while Gordeychuk added 5 goals. Milevskiy has 5 goals. After winning the title in the Vysshaya League last season, Dynamo is as far from the top as they can be this season and not only that, Dynamo will not get even close to the Europa League spot this season.
Energetik is in good form, and they haven’t lost any of their last 4 games, while winning 2 of their last games, 1 in the Vysshaya League, 1 in the Belarus Cup. Energetik has scored at least 1 goal in their last 9 games while conceding at least 1 goal in their last 7 games. With 34 points, Energetik is in 6th place in the standings, and they are 7 points away from the Europa League. For a long time, Energetik was close to the top of the table, but those black holes have cost them a lot, and now it’s questionable if Energetik will get to the Europa League spot. Yakhshibaev is still the best goalscorer for Energetik with 9 goals, but he is no longer at the club. Bakic has added 5 goals for Energetik this season. There are no injuries or suspensions in Energetik as of right now. In their last Vysshaya League match against Smolevichi at home, Energetik has had 48% of ball possession, 8 shots on goal, 14 free kicks, and 5 corner kicks. With two goals in each half, Energetik has won this match 4-1. I like Energetik this season, and if they haven’t sold some of their best players, I think Energetik would have been a lot closer to the top, but even if Energetik doesn’t end up in the Europa League spot, this is a major improvement from the last season.
This game could go either way, but for me, there is only 1 clear choice in this match, and those are goals. In the three games these two teams played against each other, there were at least 2 goals scored in all those games, and both teams have scored in every game.