Playing behind closed doors has had no negative impact on Isloch, who have collected all 15 of their points on home soil with five victories from six games.
Isloch have won three of their last four meetings against their Minsk rivals Energetik-BGU and look good value to maintain their superiority.
The visitors sit third in the table and arrive at Isloch on the back of three consecutive wins, so can’t be dismissed lightly. However, prior to their upturn in form they failed to score in defeats against Gorodeja (12th) and Neman Grodno (14th) and their lofty league position may be somewhat misleading.
Both teams have scored in six of the last seven meetings between the pair and Isloch, who have netted exactly twice in each of their last four home games, could emulate last season’s 2-1 win in this fixture.