SLA Vs BTE Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: The semi-finals of the Super Cup get underway with a humdinger of a tie set to regale us in a riveting affair.
BATE needed some time to get going in the 2020 sortie of the Belarus Premier League but the side will be pleased with the timing of their first win in the marquee league. Coming right before the side make a foray into their first round of the semi-final in the Belarus Super Cup, BATE were served with the ideal shot in the arm ahead of their impending encounter against Slavia Mozyr today.
Defeated in their first two opening matches in the league, for BATE, the 1-0 win over Rukh Brest at the weekend was a testament of why the side ended up as high as second place in the 2019 edition of the league. The win was a clinical one, a showing which was emotive of the side’s high stature in the footballing fraternity in the country.
That showing paired with their 3-2 win over Dinamo Minsk in the quarter-final of the Super Cup will propel today’s visitors when they take on Mozyr this Wednesday. And BATE will be well aware that this is going to be far from a straightforward encounter for them with Mozyr currently on a two match winning spree after having downed Brest 2-1 in the third gameweek of the Vysshaya Liga.
Given Slavia Mozyr’s rampant form at the moment and the fact that they are playing infront of their vociferous supporters today, we envision the hosts serving up a stern test for BATE. This encounter has all the makings of being an edge of the seat thriller, a tie which is set to shape out into a goal feast.
And it’s this narrative which will suit BATE with us envisaging them just about squirming their way out of this affair with an advantage in their kitty.
Probable Playing 11
M Baranovski (GK), A Chukhley, I Costrov, A Kotlyarov, F Narh, Y Nedashkovskiy, Y Pantia, V Senko, D Tetteh, I Tymonyuk, V Zhuk
A Chichkan (GK), D Baga, S Dragun, E Filipenko, A Filipovic, B Kopitovic, N Milic, B Nastic, A Saroka, I Stasevich, W Willumsson
Belarus Super Cup 2019-20
Match: Slavia Mozyr Vs BATE Semi-Final 1
Date And Time: 8th April, Wednesday- 8:00pm IST
Venue: Stadion Junosť, Mozyr
- A Chukhley, D Tetteh, I Tymonyuk, V Zhuk
- D Baga, S Dragun, I Stasevich, W Willumsson
Top Goal Scorer
- A Chukhley: 2 Goals
- Dragun: 1 Goal, 1 Assist
Freekick And Corner Taker
- I Tymonyuk
- W Willumsson
Mozyr Vs Dnyapro: 3-0
BATE Vs Dinamo Minsk: 3-2
SLA Vs BTE Dream11 Goal-Keeper
From ending up in 8th spot in the last edition to currently finding themselves with two wins on the bounce, Slavia Mozyr have had their shot stopper to thank for their invigoration in the league. Mikhail Baranovski was at the forefront of the side’s 3-0 win in their quarter-final of the competition, a name who nonchalantly pulled off a shutdown to see us repose faith in his services for the outing.
SLA Vs BTE Dream11 Defenders
The league’s most sublime and pristine defence in 2019, BATE needed some time to emulate those stringent showings in 2020 but the 1-0 win over Brest the last time around alluded towards their flair in defence. With a mere 21 goals let in past them in 30 outings in the last season, it was only befitting for us to be cajoled into opting for the entire robust backline from the visiting setup.
All of the myriad and gritty Egor Filipenko, Zakhar Volkov, Aleksandr Filipovic and Boris Kopitovic are being indulged in by us for the day’s tie with the likelihood of a BATE cleansheet taking precedence on the day.
SLA Vs BTE Dream11 Midfielders
Scoring in the side’s edge of the seat thriller 3-2 win in the quarter-final to now finding himself as his side’s leading scorer in the ongoing edition of the league with the one goal and one assist apiece after three encounters, it was only rightful that we began our side with Stanislav Dragun from BATE. He’s going to be paired along with Willum Willumsson who has scored the one goal as well for the side till now.
Nekhajvic makes a way into our side as well as we move in with an entire trio of selections from BATE whilst we’ll be embedding an electric and guile filled partnership from the home side for the day. The side’s top scorer with 2 goals, Andrey Chukhley becomes the first name to be inducted into our side with Aleksandr Kotlyarov giving him company for the fixture.
SLA Vs BTE Dream11 Strikers
Just the singular selection for us in this ambit of our most depleted component of our side with Nikita Melnikov from Slavia Mozyr brining down the curtains on our Dream 11 side for the day.
Captain And Vice-Captain
His one goal and one assist sees us move in with Dragun as our side’s star player while Willum is our vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Baranovski, Filipovic, Kopitovic, Filipenko, Volkov, Kotlyarov, Chukhley, Pavel, Dragun, Willum, Nikita
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Small League / H2H Team
Dream 11 Alternate Small League Team
For the Alternate Team, we are going with a mix of players from both teams is this the cup Match which usually ends up high scoring.
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.