FK Minsk vs Dynamo Minsk by Sors
The defense seems the strongest line of FC Minsk, although it’s still early for such conclusions, given the fact that the hosts had a relatively easy program in the previous four rounds, while now they will play against one of the most qualitative teams in this league.
FC Minsk is a team, built mainly by young players with little experience on this level, which can be big problem against teams like BATE, Shakhtyor Soligorsk or Dinamo Minsk.
Dinamo, on the other hand, made some good transfers during the break, as the club signed with five experienced players like Artur Yedigaryan (def.) from Kairat, Maksim Vitus (def.) from Neman, Nivaldo (midf.) from Teplice, Nusmir Fajic (forw.) from Maribor and Fatos Beciraj (forw.) from Changchun Yatai.
The guests already have three good foreign players in the squad in the face of Nemanja Nikolic (midf.), Umaru Bangura (midf.) and Chigozie Udoji (midf.), while another four players are part of the Belarusian national team: Alyaksandr Hutar (goalkeeper), Syarhey Palitsevich (def.), Aleh Veratsila (def.) and Artem Bykov (midf.).
In the point of fact, the guests had some problems at the start of the new season (1-2-1 5/3), but won 4-0 at home against Zhodino in the last round and I think that the upward tendency will continue in this match against a modest team like FC Minsk.
Nikola Lukic (d / 1+0) will miss this match for the home team, while Chigozie Udoji (m / 2+1) is out for Dinamo Minsk.
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