|Match||BTE Vs RKH Dream11|
|League||Belarus Premier League|
|Date||4th April 2020|
|Time||8:00 PM IST|
|Prediction||BTE Will Win|
BTE Vs RKH Dream11 Prediction
Bate Borisov will be looking to bounce back from their poor start to the season when they take on Rukh Brest at home on Saturday. The hosts have lost both of their two games so far and that too by big margins. Rukh Brest, on the other hand, won their season opener but they were beaten in the last match. However, that was by a narrow margin of one goal again. They have tried to be defensively tight so far and that has come off quite well for them. Thus BATE will need to don their 2019 avatar in order to get the better of Ruh Brests defence. BATE had finished at the second position in the table last year having scored the second most number of goals among all teams and conceded the least as well. So they are a good unit who just need one game to get back into form.
BTE Vs RKH Football Team Preview
Bate Borisov suffered a 1-2 loss away from home last weekend to Slavia Mozyr so they will be desperate to bounce back here. In the opening match of the league, they suffered a 3-1 loss against Energetik Minsk. They are currently in the 15th place with no point in hands.
FC Rukh Brest, meanwhile, will enter the match off the back of a 0-1 loss against Energetik Minsk. They have managed a win in the 1st round of the league over Dinamo Minsk with a scoreline of 1-0. They are in 10th place with a win and a loss. They are decent in attack and defence as well.
BTE Vs RKH Football Playing 11
BATE Borisov: Anton Chichkan, Bojan Nastić, Yegor Filipenko, Boris Kopitović, Aleksandar Filipović, Willum Thor Willumsson, Igor Stasevich, Dmitri Baga, Stanislav Dragun, Pavel Nekhajchik, Anton Saroka
Rukh Brest FC: Aleksandr Nechaev, Vitali Gayduchik, Oleksii Kovtun, William, Oleksandr Mihunov, Ilya Kolpachuk, Denis Grechikho, Artem Kontsevoj, Chidi Osuchukwu, Sergey Tikhonovskiy, Artem Petrenko
BTE Vs RKH Dream11 Best Picks
Artem Petrenko (RKH) – Petrenko joined Rukh Brest in Feb 2020 from Slavia-Mozyr and debuted in the Belarusian Cup where he played 2 games and scored a goal. In the 45 games that he played for Mozyr, he scored a total of 13 goals with 8 of them coming from the 2017-18 season. This 20-year old striker also plays for the U-21 Belarus side, scoring once in the 5 games he has played.
Chidi Osuchukwu (RKH) – Osuchukwu won the league with Dynamo Brest last season and moved to Rukh Brest in Jan 2020 and has played just 2 games for them with an assist to his name. He didn’t have a great season personally last year where he featured in just 12 games scoring 2 goals and an assist, while he finished the 2017-18 league season with 3 goals and 3 assists. He is a great utility player and can come back with an attacking return or two in a game but do not peg much hopes on him for grand returns. He has also featured for the Nigeria U20 side formerly where he won 18 caps and had 2 goals to his name.
Maksim Skavysh (BTE) – Skavysh was benched last game and reason’s unknown but it surely was not for his performance in the first game where he scored against Energetik-BGU. Ever since his move from Torpedo, he has featured in 54 league games for BATE and has scored 21 goals in them and has 5 assists to his name. He is very good up-front and surely a worthy captain/vice-captain pick for this game with 92 career goals so far 34 assists.
Stanislav Dragun (BTE) – This 31-year old is yet another influential player in the BATE set-up who scored 14 goals and had 6 assists in the last season of premier league in 27 games, his personal best for any season. His ability to get forward and be in attacking positions has helped him net home those crucial goals, including the 11 that he has scored for his national side Belarus.