Levadia Tallinn vs Parnu by Sors
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Only three players in Taavi Rahn (def.), Dmitriy Kruglov (def.) and Artem Rakhmanov (def.) left the club during the break, as Taavi Rahn wasn’t a regular starter.At the same time, the club signed with four players with big experience in this league and on the international level like Igor Morozov (def.) from Debreceni, Marek Kaljumae (midf.) from Trans Narva, Daniil Ratnikov (midf.) from Sillamae Kalev and Rimo Hunt (forw.) from Kaisar, as well as with some young and talented players in Kristjan Tamme (goalkeeper) from Parnu Linnammeeskond and Anton Miranchuk (midf.) from Lokomotiv Moscow and Yevgeni Kobzar (forw.) from Izhevsk.
Parnu Linnammeeskond is a modest team with limited resources and with many young and inexperienced players in the squad, whose main aim (like during the previous campaign) will be to avoid relegation at the end of the season.
In the matter of fact, the guests are coming off a 3-0 home win over Rakvere on Saturday, but Rakvere is newly promoted team, while now Parnu Linnammeeskond will play against much more balanced team, as well as one of the major favorites for the title in this league.
Levadia significantly excels Parnu Linnammeeskond in terms of experience and individual qualities of the players, the hosts won 5-0 against this opponent in a friendly match in February and I think that they are capable to cover this handicap.
|Levadia - 2.25||10bet||1.69||9||1-0 LOST (-9 units)|
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