Most of the world is currently dealing with concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, but the Belarus Premier League aka Vysheyshaya Liga continues the LIVE action. Though the local supporters have been increasingly staying away from stadiums because of the pandemic, the league has lined up power packed LIVE action for the next four weeks.
Thursday – Friday matches in Belarus Premier League – LIVE Schedule of Belarus Premier League On TV and LIVE Streaming Platforms
How are the teams placed in the 2020 season so far?
Torpedo-BeIAZ Zhodino is currently placed on top of the table after four game weeks, with nine points. It is above second-placed Energetik-BGU Minsk only on head-to-head record. And Energetic BGU Minsk will take on ground on Thursday against 9th placed team in the point table Gorodeya.
Find below the 2019-20 season’s points table.
|Position||Name of the Team||Matches played||Won||Drawn||Lost||Points|
|8.||Isloch Minsk Raion||4||2||0||2||6|
The league sees the winner qualify for the Champions League first qualifying round, while the two who finish below enter the Europa League first qualifying round. The bottom two are relegated and the team who finishes in 14th competes in a relegation play-off to try and keep their spot in the division.
List of the Broadcasters, Live Streaming platforms broadcasting / LIVE Streaming Belarus Premier League. The list entails where, when and how to watch Belarus Premier League and Belarus Cup matches.
India DreamXI (FanCode)
|Belarus||Belarus 5 / ASNAe TV|
|Russia||Match TV Game, Match TV Football 1|
|Ukraine||Sport 1 Ukraine|
|MyCujoo.tv is broadcasting / Live Streaming Belarus Cup in more than 47 Countries
Players to watch out for in Belarus Premier League
Almost all Belarus national football team players ply their trade with the local league. Syarhey Kislyak, the country’s most-capped active player with 71 matches to his name, plays for Dynamo Brest. Dinamo Minsk right back Igor Shitov is another regular for his country.
Stanislaw Drahun, who has 66 international appearances, plays for BATE Borisov. The midfielder was part of Belarus’ U21 Euro bronze-winning team and also represented the nation at the London Olympics. Drahun’s BATE teammate Ihar Stasevic has played over 300 games in the league.
BATE defender Bojan Nastic is a Bosnia and Herzegovina international. He has also represented Serbia at all junior levels.
Experienced Ukraine forward Artem Milevskiy is part of the Dynamo Brest squad. His countryman Yevhen Khacheridi also plays for the same club.