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Belarusian Premier League betting tips: Can Bate win three on the spin?

| 16.04.2020

It’s the fifth round of the season in the Belarus Premier League, with another eight games on the way.

It’s proving to be a competitive campaign so far. Every side has been beaten at least once, and just three points separate first and 10th after four game-weeks.

There are two matches on Thursday night, but we’re focusing on Friday’s pair of games and Saturday’s four contests here.

Belshina v Smolevichi (15:30, Friday)

Friday’s opening game is a big clash at the foot of the table, with bottom-placed Belshina hosting second-bottom Smolevichi. The pair are the only two sides yet to win a match this term.

Belshina have been handed 13/10 favouritism by our traders. But they’ve conceded six goals already this season, which means 21/10 shots Smolevichi can’t be discounted.

 Both sides have struggled to score goals this season, however, with just three strikes netted between them. A 0-0 draw is 5/1, while under 2.5 goals is odds-on at 4/9.

BATE v Zhodino (18:00, Saturday)

After a slow start, BATE Borisov have found their feet in recent weeks, and now seek a third win on the spin when Zhodino visit.

Their recent upswing in form sees them pitched as 2/5 favourites for this one, but Zhodino are no mugs, and they’ve won three of their opening four games to top the table early on.

Our traders have Zhodino as 13/2 outsiders, but they won this fixture last season. Could they do so again this time around?

Both sides netted in last season’s two clashes, and 6/5 says both teams score again. BATE have netted in all four league games this term too, and there’s Evens about over 2.5 goals in this one.

Belarusian Premier League Round-up

Friday’s second contest sees 4/11 shots Soligorsk host 7/1 outsiders Slutsk.

Saturday lunch-time’s game brings us FC Rukh Brest at home to FC Minsk. The hosts are 29/20 for three points, but have only scored one goal so far this season. The visitors have already fired in six goals, and are chalked up at 7/4.

And in Saturday’s other two games, FC Isloch Minsk are 21/20 to win at home to 12/5 shots Slavia Mozyr, while Brest are fancied to win away from home at 2/3 versus Vitebsk (4/1).

View the latest Belarusian Premier League odds

All odds and markets correct as of date of publication



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.