Dinamo Minsk finished 4th in the table last season, losing the European Cup zone to BATE only by additional metrics. In the winter transfer window, the team was significantly refreshed, the competition in the midfield increased significantly. In addition, Vadim Skripnichenko became the new coach.
During the training camp, the Biało-Niebieski played 10 friendly matches, losing only one of them.
Isloch finished last season in a fairly high 5th place, 5 points behind their current opponent. The team played brilliantly and productively, with an average of 2.8 goals per game.
There is hope for a similar performance in the upcoming championships. The club has a new coach, as well as a seriously refreshed squad. Now “wolves” are 3rd in the youth league.
The attacking group has been updated almost entirely, which will undoubtedly affect the teamwork in the last third of the pitch.
Dynamo outperforms its rival in its class and has ambitions to fight for the top spots this season, which requires a home debut. Isloch is unlikely to be competitive in the current circumstances, they have to solve a lot of problems faced by young teams.