Our prediction for this Other match:
Belshina will be looking to build on back-to-back wins over Underdogs and Khimik Svetlogorsk (warm-up games) when they take on Minsk in the opening match of the new Belarus Premier League season. Belshina, who returned to the Belarusian top flight following a four-year absence, are brimming with confidence ahead of Sunday’s football match, and it should come as no surprise that odds for home win have been dropping rapidly.
Minsk, on the other hand, finished the last season in ninth position in the standings. The visitors have been having their ups and downs in recent warm-up matches, and seeing that Belshina are eager to impress on their return to the Premier League, we are tempted to put our money on Eduard Gradoboev’s charges. You should bear in mind that Belshina are after their first win over Minsk since October, 2015.