SLA Vs MSK Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Pivotal encounter awaits two sides today who were slumped adjacent to each other last year
Finishing the 2019 edition of the Belarus Premier League in 8th and 9th position respectively, when Slavia Mozyr and Minsk go at loggerheads today, we are going to be in for an intriguing outing. These two are levelly balanced outfits, teams who have emulated each other in this edition of the frontier league as well.
Although there might be four spots separating the two sides with Mozyr perched in 7th while Minsk find themselves in 11th spot, the deficit between the two units couldn’t be any smaller. Just the one point puts distance between today’s opponents after five encounters in the Vysshaya Liga, yet another narrative which is vindictive of how levelly balanced these two sides are.
While the ramifications for either side are gargantuan from today’s tie, the need for a win is immensely increased for the visiting unit. On a three match losing spree after being downed 1-0 by Rush Brest the last time around, a defeat for Minsk today would not only relegate them to the trenches of the league table but also see them lose mammoth ground to Mozyr.
Although Mozyr haven’t fared off any better with the side defeated 2-1 by Isloch Minsk the last time around to now be elusive of a win for two gameweeks, they are clearly the more well versed and better equipped of these two sides. It’s the defensive side of the game which words in their favour, one which should see the side scamper its way to the three points today.
Probable Playing 11
- The hosts are going to be devoid of the services of Maksym today with the player still struggling with his injury.
M Baranovski (GK), A Chukhley, I Costrov, A Kotlyarov, F Narh, Y Nedashkovskiy, Y Pantia, V Senko, D Tetteh, I Tymonyuk, V Zhuk
A Lenovo (GK), E Chagovets, O Evdokimov, R Gribovski, V Khvashchinskiy, V Nasibulin, D Prishchepa, D Ryzhuk, O Vasyliev, Y Yarotski, A Zaleski
Vysshaya Liga 2020
Match: Slavia Mozyr Vs Minsk
Date And Time: 25th April, Saturday- 8:30pm IST
Venue: Stadion Junosť, Mozyr
- M Baranovski, A Chukhley, I Tymonyuk, V Zhuk
- A Lenovo, E Chagovets, Y Yarotski, A Zaleski
Top Goal Scorer
- A Chukhley: 2 Goals
- V Khvashchinskiy: 2 Goals
Freekick And Corner Taker
- D Tetteh
- O Vasyliev
Isloch Minsk Vs Mozyr 2-1
Rukh Brest Vs Minsk: 1-0
SLA vs MSK Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Arten Leonov will be our side’s goal-keeper for the forthcoming encounter. Although the Minsk goal-keeper looks set to come out of this one with atleast the one goal let in, it’s his acumen and articulate brand of goal-keeping which should see him accrue a slew of save points on the day.
SLA vs MSK Dream11 Defenders
Despite the home side’s defence being far from renowned for its defensive acumen with the side’s absurd brand of defending leaving them aghast for the last two years, we’ll still be moving in for all the defenders from the side. It’s down to the quality of their opponents with Minsk having managed failed to have scored in their last three outings in the league.
And with Mozyr playing this one in the solace of their bastion, the side will be buoyed infront of a helpless and waning attacking unit to see us bring in all of Vladislav Zhuk, Igor Potapov, Igor Tymonyuk and Milkovic on the day.
SLA vs MSK Dream11 Midfielders
Where Minks have been lacklustre in attack, their defence has been equally appalling and apathy filled. Having shipped in the 9 goals in 5 ties, the side is set to fall apart and lose its way today as well to see us move in for a partnership from the home side.
We begin our picks with the selection of the unit’s top scorer with two goal man Andrey Chukhley representing the side along with Aleksandr Kotlyarov who has the one goal and one assist to his name. From Minsk on the other hand, at a time when the attacking slot as fallen flat on its feet, Oleksandr Vasyliev has waged a lone battle to make the one goal and one assist player our pick alongside Vladyslav Nasibulin.
SLA vs MSK Dream11 Strikers
Minsk’s top scorer with the two goals in his kitty, Vladimir Khvashchinskiy will represent the side in this culminating ambit while the quirky Nikita Melnikov is our pick from the home side given the two goals he’s piled on for the side.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Their two goals apiece see us make Chukhley our side’s captain while Melnikov is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Leonov, Zhuk, Potapov, Tymonyuk, Malevich, Kotlyarov, Chukhley, Nasibulin, Vasyliev, Melnikov, Vladimir
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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.