Belarusian Premier League Tips, Predictions and Best Bets

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Belarusian Premier League

Round 4 of the Belarusian Premier League takes place this weekend and we’ve got you covered with live streams, tips and best bets for all matches.

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Read on below for Belarusian Premier League tips for all eight games in Round 4.

Neman Grodno vs Belshina Bobruisk: Saturday April 11 (2.00am AEST)

Unbeaten in their last two games, Neman will be confident of continuing their push up the ladder when they come up against last-placed Belshina to kick off Round 4 action.

Belshina are finding life in the top flight extremely challenging early in the season, losing all three games and only managing to find the back of the net once in those fixtures, while they’ve also conceded more goals than any other team.

At home and coming off some solid performances in their last two games, this is a great chance for Neman to make it seven points from three games and charge up the table.

FC Slutsk vs Vitebsk: Saturday April 11 (9.00pm AEST)

Both these sides have won two of their opening three games and will be determined to extend their strong start to the season here.

Slutsk registered an impressive victory over Isloch last week and were unlucky not to get a result against reigning champions Dinamo Brest in the previous round. Vitebsk, who narrowly avoided the drop last season, also ride positive momentum into this clash having defeated Smolevichy 1-0 last week.

In saying that, Slutsk have scored three goals in both of their wins this season and at home, they should have too much firepower.

Torpedo Belaz Zhodino vs Energetic BGU: Saturday April 11 (11.00pm AEST)

The only team to register a perfect three wins from three games record to begin the season, can Energetik continue their fantastic form in this encounter against Torpedo?

After struggling for the bulk of last season, Energetik have made a dream start to this campaign, backing up an opening round win over juggernauts BATE Borisov with consecutive victories over Ruh Brest and Minsk.

Considering Torpedo are favourites having lost 2-0 in their match against Dinamo Minsk last weekend, there’s definite value of going with the undefeated table-toppers here.

Gorodeya vs Dinamo Minsk: Sunday April 12 (1.00am AEST)

These two teams have registered identical records across the first three games, losing their opening two matches before recording maiden wins last week.

Gorodeya beat last-placed Belshina 1-0 on the road, while Minsk upstaged Torpedo by a 2-0 scoreline at home. Both these sides will be keen to create some early distance from the drop zone, and with the home team winning four of the last six games between these teams, I’m liking the value in underdogs Gorodeya in this one.

FC Minsk vs Bate Borisov: Sunday April 12 (10.00pm AEST)

Traditional powerhouses in this competition, BATE have struggled considerably to start this season, losing two of their three games in the Premier League and falling 1-0 to Slavia in the Cup mid-week.

By contrast, Minsk have won two of their three games in the league, with their only defeat coming away to leaders Energetik last week.

That result might have burst the bubble, but BATE have given no indication they deserve to be $1.88 favourites. Perhaps a share of the spoils is on the cards…

Smolevichy vs Shakhtyor Soligorsk: Monday April 13 (12.00am AEST)

Shakhtyor have won the last three meetings between these teams by a combined 5-0 scoreline and they will fancy their chances of continuing that record in this contest.

Smolevichy are winless in their first three matches and have only managed to score one goal, and although Shakhtyor’s form isn’t anything to write home about (they followed by a 2-0 win over Gorodeya to start the season with a draw and loss against Neman and Dinamo Brest without scoring a goal), they have been dominant in their recent H2H against Smolevichy and should prove too strong again.

Dinamo Brest vs FC Isloch: Monday April 13 (2.00am AEST)

It hasn’t been a great start to the season for Dinamo Brest as they begin their premiership defence, but surely they have to get going sooner rather than later?

Isloch, on the other hand, posted successive 1-0 wins over Neman and Smolevichy in their first two games before suffering their first defeat of the season last weekend, falling 3-2 at home to the in-form Slutsk.

The last two games between these teams have been 0-0 stalemates and I think we can expect another low-scoring encounter.

Slavia Mozyr vs Ruh Brest: Tuesday April 14 (12.30am AEST)

After losing their opening game of the season to Slutsk, Slavia have been on fire, beating last season’s top two sides BATE and Dinamo Brest by 2-1 scoreline, before following those results up with a 1-0 dispatch of BATE again in the Cup mid-week.

That’s some seriously impressive form from Slavia and they will be out to make it four wins on the trot in front of their home fans in this clash. Ruh Brest have lost their last two games without scoring a goal and should find the going tough again against arguably the most in-form team in Belarus right now.