• Isloch have won five of their seven home games in the Premier League.
  • 73% of Ruh Brest’s away games have produced under 2.5 goals.
  • Isloch have kept clean sheets in 43% of their home games this season.

Isloch suffered a third straight defeat last time out when they went down 1-0 to the league leaders BATE and the game before that they narrowly lost 2-1 to second-placed Energetyk-BGU, so Saturday’s hosts will be expecting an easier time against a Ruh Brest side that sit two places below them. The visitors suffered a heavy 4-1 defeat in their own backyard against local rivals Dinamo Brest on Sunday, bringing an end to their seven-game unbeaten run.

Ruh Brest might be heading into this weekends’ clash as the slight form favourites but Isloch boast an impressive home record. The hosts have won five of their opening seven matches at Stadyen Traktar where they average 2.14 points per game. Isloch have kept clean sheets in 43% of their home games this season and on each occasion, they have won those games, so you can see why we have backed the hosts to win-to-nil this weekend.

Only 33% of Ruh Brest’s away games have seen both teams score and a massive 73% have produced under 2.5 goals, so we’re not expecting many goals from Saturday’s match. Isloch score an average of 1.57 goals per home game and Ruh Brest concede an average of 0.67 goals per away game, which ties in well with our prediction for a 1-0 home win this weekend.

29% of Isloch’s home games and 33% of Ruh Brest’s away games this season have produced exactly 1-goal and with the visitors failing to score in half of their away games this season, a win-to-nil could well be on the cards for an Isloch side looking to end their current losing streak.

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