Belarusian Premier League preview: Will the top three keep up their strong starts?

Harry Howes | 23 April 2020

Odds and preview for this weekend’s fixtures

This weekend we enter the sixth round of matches in the Belarusian Premier League.

And with a full round of fixtures across Friday, Saturday and Sunday, we’ve taken a look at the key battles.


We’ve got two games to look forward to on Friday, starting with Wigwam Smolevichy v Dinamo Minsk at 16:00. The hosts are currently second-bottom with just three points and they’re priced at 16/5 to record their first win of the season.

Minsk are the favourites at 19/20, while the draw is going at 19/10. Later on, Neman Grodno are 11/8 favourites to win at home to 2/1 shot Zvezda-Va-Bgu-Minsk.


The action continues on Saturday with three matches, including last year’s runners-up BATE Borisov. Their slow start continued last week with a goalless draw but they’re well backed at 8/15 to secure a win at fourth-placed Gorodeya, who are priced at 11/2.

Elsewhere, Slavia Mozyr are 11/10 to win at home to Minsk, who our traders have at 12/5. Last year’s champions Dinamo Brest are currently 10th and they’re the slight favourites at 23/10 to beat Soligorsk.


The top three in the table are only separated by goal difference and they’re all in action on what is set to be a thrilling Sunday of football.

Slutsksakhar Slutsk are currently top and they should win at 8/11 at home to rock-bottom Belshina Bobruisk, who are priced at 19/5. The draw is going at 11/5.

Meanwhile, third-placed Torpedo-Belaz are the 10/11 favourites to overcome 16/5 priced FC Ruh Brest.

Vitebsk are currently second but they could lose ground if our traders have called it right. They’re 13/5 to win at Isloch, who have the advantage at 11/10.

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication