Belshina Bobruisk sit bottom of the Belarusian Premier League with just three points to show from their opening nine games and their wait for a first victory of the season should continue at title hopefuls Shakhytor Soligorsk.
The struggling visitors have netted just seven times this season and that doesn’t bode well against a defensively-minded Shakhytor, who have conceded only three goals and kept clean sheets in seven of their nine league games.
Shakyhtor, second favourites behind Bate Borisov for the title, should be in a class of their own but are unlikely to run riot. Yuriy Vernydub’s men have scored two or more in only two of their last eight home games and three of their four league wins this season have ended 2-0.
The Miners have won the last four meetings between the pair to nil and backing them to win with another clean sheet looks the best approach.