Shakhtor Soligorsk vs Slavia Mozyr Dream 11 Prediction; Match Preview ,Live Streaming Details   

Shakhtor Soligorsk vs Slavia Mozyr -Dream 11 Prediction Shakhtor Soligorsk:
Shakhtor Soligorsk entered all four domestic league matches this season as a favorite, but did not do well (1-1-2). Not to mention that when he managed to score a single goal in the first sixty minutes of play in these matches.
In the second halves, he has an active score of +6 in all stadiums, but it is not enough for a better than eighth place. Once he collected first, he could never score again. However, once his players opened the scoring, they won in all three cases.
The last six competitive matches of Slavia Mozyr, which did not end in a draw, offered the opening goal of the match in the final team of the winning team (3-0-3). In six of this year’s eight league cats, both teams won and at least three goals were scored.

Slavia Mozyr:
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lavia has already managed to win twice this season on the field of opponents as an outsider. But she last took the point from Soligorsk in 2006 (six matches). During this period, she also scored four defeats by at least four goals. Guests should be especially careful after changing sides. In the second half, they collected seven goals out of a total of eight on the opponents’ pitches this season.

Match Details
Match: Shakhtor Soligorsk vs Slavia Mozyr
Date;16th may 2020
Time;19:30

Shakhtor Soligorsk vs Slavia Mozyr:Who to watch:
Vitali Lisakovich has returned to Soligorsk and has been able to stand out in front of his fans in the last two competitions. On the other hand, penalty executor Francis Narh (Mozyr) aimed exactly in the last two outdoor league duels.

Shakhtor Soligorsk vs Slavia Mozyr:Statistics:
The
previous five league matches of Šachtor always offered at least six yellow cards.
Referee Vitaly Sevostsyanik is giving away an average of six yellow cards per round this season.
Slavia has played more corners than her opponent in the last three outdoor league matches (she kicked at least eight in each).
Leaving aside the draws, nine of the last twelve fights were at least a two-goal difference.

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