FRee soccer tips for today 22/MARCH/2020

Belarus Premier League | Stadyen Haradski | 22nd March
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Slutsk
  • L
  • D
  • L
  • D
  • W
  • W
KO 11:00
Slavia Mozyr badge
Slavia Mozyr
  • L
  • L
  • W
  • D
  • L
  • W
 

Slutsk vs Slavia Mozyr predictions for Sunday’s Belarus Vysshaya Liga fixture at Stadyen Haradski. Both teams will be hoping to start the season on the right foot. Read on for our free predictions and betting tips.

PICK: Slavia Mozyr TO WIN

REASON FOR THIS PREDICTION

  • Slutsk won just one game against top-half teams at home during the previous campaign.
  • Last season, Slavia lost just one game away from home against those who finished in the bottom half.

Hosts look to improve

Having flirted with the drop last time around, eventually ending up four points above the danger-zone, Slutsk will be looking to do better this season. Bridging the rather large gap between themselves and the coveted top three will be difficult, but that is what they’ll be aiming for.

Last term, Sunday’s hosts did OK at home, but just OK. What’s more, they did anything but thrive against those that finished the campaign in the top half, winning just one out of eight home games against such opposition, keeping just two clean sheets in the process. They also scored in just four of those eight. When they took of Slavia at this venue, the pair drew 0-0.

Foundations laid

For Slavia, having entered the Belarussian Premier League thanks to their 2018 success in the second division, it was a pleasing first season at the top level. By finishing in 8th place, they’ve built a solid platform, from which they’ll be looking to kick on.

Playing away from home wasn’t always without its complications for Slavia last term, but they did particularly well against those who finished the campaign in the bottom half of the table, like Slutsk. Against such teams on the road, Slavia won five, drew two and lost only once.

Visitors to edge it

Given what we saw from this pair in matches like this last term, it’s not difficult to see the visitors edging it. ‘Slavia Draw No Bet’ appeals. Slutsk struggled to get going against those who finished in the top half, scoring in just four out of eight, five of which they lost. In contrast, Slavia, as touched on above did well in away games such as this, winning five out of eight away against the bottom half, losing just one of the other three. They also kept a clean sheet in four of those eight. If they can defend in the same vein at Stadyen Haradski, then a 1-0 away win could be on the cards. After all, for all the host struggled in these games, they only conceded more than once in three out of eight.

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