BLR vs EST Dream11 : Belarus eye first home win against Estonia since 1996 today when the two sides meet in Group C
Although it can be safely said that for both Belarus and Estonia the aspirations of making it to Euro 2002 have been diminished and quenched, don’t expect the level of competition to go down in today’s affair. For the bottom of the group sides, this Group C encounter comes as a massive chance to impress one last time against a levelly balanced opponent, one either side will be heading into with equal chances of winning.
For home side Belarus, today’s match is an excellent proposition to finally make some headway in the group and put momentous distance between themselves and Estonia. Defeating Estonia 2-1 when the two sides had previously met in the qualifiers, Belarus finally managed to record their first win in the group, leaving Estonia as the only side to yet register a single win.
It left them slumped in last place with five defeats from five matches, a predicament worsened by the way those defeats have come about for the side. Having managed to squirm their way to just two goals in those five matches, Estonia have gone onto concede a momentous 18 times, a number which perfectly encapsulates the horrifying ordeal the side have suffered in this qualification tournamnet.
Estonia followed up defeat against Belarus with a routing received by Netherlands, a 4-0 defeat which saw them return to losing ways, a sorry result which the side will be looking to put behind them ahead of today’s clash. It’s a match which may have no say on the larger scenario but the level of football promises to be enthralling and intriguing as either side look to set down a statement and show what they are truly capable of infront of the global stage.
Probable Playing 11
- Estonia will be without Tamm who misses out due to receiving a red card previously.
Alyaksandr Hutar (GK), Dzyanis Palyakow, Nikita Naumov, Syarhey Palitsevich, Syarhey Matsveychyk, Ihar Stasevich, Evgeni Yablonski, Yury Kavalyow, Ivan Maevski, Stanislaw Drahun, Maksim Skavysh
Sergei Lepmets (GK), Taijo Teniste, Karol Mets, Nikita Baranov, Ken Kallaste, Sergei Zenjov, Mattias Käit, Mihkel Ainsalu, Henrik Ojamaa, Erik Sorga
UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying Round
Match: Belarus Vs Estonia Group C
Date And Time: 10th October, Thursday- 9:30pm IST
Venue: Dinamo Stadion, Minsk
Where To Watch: Sony Ten 1/HD
- Nikita Naumov, Ihar Stasevich, Evgeni Yablonski, Maksim Skavysh
- Sergei Lepmets, Nikita Baranov, Henrik Ojamaa, Erik Sorga
- Nikita Naumov
- Erik Sorga
BLR vs EST Dream11 : Goal-Keeper
Although Estonia face a terrible record when it comes to keeping cleansheets, having failed to have kept a single one and gone onto ship through 18 goals in the process, we have still decided to make their shot stopper our pick for this one. Sergei Lepmets will be encountering an absolute carnage today, one where he is regularly peppered with shots, an eventuality which should see him pull off some good save points for us.
BLR vs EST Dream11 Defenders
They might have slipped in 10 goals in their previous clashes but Belarus have shown ample sigs of defensive astuteness and solidness to see us bring in a hoard of defenders from their side for this one. The likelihood of them keeping a cleansheet in today’s fixture is an extremely realistic one, not just down to their acumen in defence but also owing to Estonia’s lacklustre attacking ability.
This sees us compose our entire backline of selections from the side with the outfit set to curb Belarus today, making the goal scorer from the last time these two sides met, Nikita Naumov our first pick from the side. He’s accompanied by the duo of Syarhey Palitsevich and Dzyanis Palyakow for the forthcoming clash.
BLR vs EST Dream11 Midfielders
We continue selecting players from Belarus with the side clearly the overwhelming favourites to piling on the goals in this clash. Estonia have offered absolutely nothing defensively, a side which has put in stinker of results on a consistent basis, performances which have time and time against emoted and alluded to their waning form as a side.
This discourse points us towards Stanislaw Drahun, Ihar Stasevich, Ivan Mayewski and Evgeni Yablonski as we bring in the entire docket of attacking players from the outfit whilst from the opposition we have the singular pick of Mattias Kait.
BLR vs EST Dream11 Strikers
When you are one of the goal scorers of a side who have managed to score just two goals in 5 clashes, you have to become an instant pick. Estonia’s Erik Sorga managed to score against Belarus when the two sides met previously, seeing him come into our setup immediately with Henrik Ojamaa giving him company for this clash.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Stasevich is being made our side’s captain for today’s clash with Nikita being selected as the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.