Bate Borisov vs Piast Gliwice Betting Predictions 10/07/2019

Competition: Champions League 2019

Date: 10.07.2019

Betting Tips 1/1 (Bate Borisov)

Odds: 2,75

Stake: 4/10 units

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The royal class opens the doors! On May 30, 2020, the Henkel pot will be awarded in the Atatürk Stadium of Istanbul. It takes almost eleven months until the successor of Liverpool FC is determined, but already this week the official kick-off for the qualification sounds. The pre-qualification has already been completed, this week the first qualifying round matches are on the program. There are not only no-name teams in action, but well-known teams. The Belarusian series champion Bate Borisov meets Piast Gliwice from Poland!

Football Betting Prediction Bate Borisov vs. Piast Gliwice


The trophy cupboard of the two teams could not be more different. The Belarusians have been able to continuously win the title in the all-year championship since 2006. The Polish club Piast Gliwice celebrated last season the biggest success in club history, was crowned for the first time to the Polish champion and thus dethroned the top club Legia Warsaw.

The reward is now the first time participation in the premier class, but the Poles are regarded by the bookmakers as outsiders. To get ahead of Bate Borisov against Piast Gliwice odds are offered in the range of around 1.50 – in a successful tip on the debutantes lures about the 2.50-odds use.

Bate Borisov – Statistics & Current Form

Bate Borisov, BATE Borisov or BATE Barysau – there are many different spellings, as the Belarusian top club in German translated. With 13 championship titles in a row and a total of 15 title wins, the team from the nearly 150,000-inhabitant city is the most successful football club in Belarus. In recent years, the team qualified several times for the group stage of an international competition and was already able to earn the reputation as a “giant killer”. In the previous year, the team acted in the Europa League and had there just defeated the eventual finalist Arsenal London in the second round.

The 14th championship in a row is still hard work for the team of head coach Aleksey Baga. The 38-year-old has been in office for less than a year and has recorded in 41 competitive matches as head coach a record of 25 wins, four draws and twelve defeats. In the current championship, the defending champion has conceded only five goals in 14 league games, but still had to accept two defeats. This leaves Bate Borisov currently two points behind leaders Dynamo Brest.

A big advantage for the Belorussians is certainly the fact that the players are “fully in the juice” and have competitive practice. While the guests from Poland have to play the most important game of the year right in the middle of the preparation, the home side are in the rhythm. Maybe a decisive advantage, because in principle, the two teams move on a similar level. The home advantage (in the previous year, inter alia Arsenal beaten at home) and the match practice are certainly arguments that speak in the first leg between Bate Borisov and Piast Gliwice for a prediction towards the home side.

Expected formation of Bate Borisov:
↳ Chichkan – Filipenko, Filipovic, Volkov, Rios – Baga, Stasevich, Yablonsky, Dragun – Dubaijic, Skavysh

Last matches of Bate Borisov:

⚽️ 05.07.2019 – Dinamo Minsk Vs. Bate Borisov 1: 2 (Premier League)
⚽️ 30.06.2019 – Bate Borisov Vs. Vitebsk 3: 0 (Premier League)
⚽️ 26.06.2019 – Sputnik vs. Bate Borisov 2: 5 (Cup)
⚽️ 22.06.2019 – Isloch Vs. Bate Borisov 0: 0 (Premier League)
⚽️ 16.06.2019 – Bate Borisov Vs. Shakhtar Salihorsk 3: 1 (Premier League)

Piast Gliwice – Statistics & Current Form

The club, founded in 1945, was active in the Polish lower house for a long time. Only in the 2007/08 season, the team from Gliwice was able to fix the first promotion to the highest Polish league. As a second division Piast could reach both 1978 and 1983, the cup final, but missed the title win. After only two years, Piast had to go back to the second division, but now since the 2012/13 season again represented in the House of Lords.

The first-time title win in the past season was by no means to be expected. With a successful tip on the championship one could have earned good money in the previous year. In the basic round of the Polish Ekstraklasa the team of head coach Waldemar Fornalik finished only the third rank. But in the championship round (the top eight of the league have once again played against each other) acted the team strong as a bear. 19 out of 21 possible points were brought in the finish and this allowed the team past the favored teams from Warsaw and Gdansk.

After the sensational title win, the club succeeded in keeping the tribe of the team together. There are no noteworthy departures, and almost all players want to play the Champions League and title defense together. Noteworthy in the championship season was the incredible home strength in the stadium Miejski. In 19 home games, there were 15 wins, three draws and just one defeat. In the foreign, however, the champion acted much weaker and has here a balanced 6-6-6 balance. Accordingly, a draw – or even a narrow defeat – in Belarus would be an absolutely satisfactory result.

The knockout match against Bate Borisov will be Piast Gliwice’s third appearance on the international stage. In 2013/14 and 2016/17, the Poles tried in the Europa League qualification, but then had to pull out against Qarabag Agdam and IFK Gothenburg. The Poles are still relatively “green” behind the ears internationally. Against a “Europe-tested” team from Belarus is due to mixed away performances in the match between Bate Borisov and Piast Gliwice a tip on the guests not recommended.

Estimated formation of Piast Gliwice:
↳ Plach – Kirkeskov, Czerwinski, Huk, Holubek – Dziczek, Hateley – Konczkowski, Valencia, Badia – Parzyszek

Last matches of Piast Gliwice:

⚽️ 06.07.2019 – Piast Gliwice vs. Miedz Legnica 7: 1 (friendly)
⚽️ 29.06.2019 – Piast Gliwice vs. Jastrzebie 2: 2 (Friendlies)
⚽️ 22.06.2019 – Piast Gliwice vs. Sered 2: 2 (friendly)
⚽️ 19.05.2019 – Piast Gliwice vs. Lech Posen 1: 0 (Ekstraklasa)
⚽️ 15.05.2019 – Pogon Szczecin vs. Piast Gliwice 0: 0 (Ekstraklasa)

Bate Borisov vs. Piast Gliwice Direct Comparison & Statistics Highlights

Bate Borisov is already an “old hand” in international business, but never before have the Belarusians played a competitive game against a Polish team.

Bate Borisov vs Piast Gliwice Our Football Betting Prediction Explained

Celtic Glasgow, Red Star Belgrade and Bate Borisov – in the first round of the UEFA Champions League qualifying are already some prestigious teams in action. The Belarussian series champion has been in a group stage again and again in recent years, but in 2019 he will have to go a long way before this qualification is completed. BATE Borisov could not be happy about the luck of the match, because with the Polish champion an unpleasant lot is waiting. Nonetheless, BATE Borisov against Piast Gliwice is not only favored by current odds.

Key Facts – Bate Borisov vs Piast Gliwice tips

⭐️ In the year-round championship Bate Borisov is currently only second!
⭐️ For the first time the two teams face each other!
⭐️ Poland’s first Polish debut – Piast Gliwice secured the title for the first time a few weeks ago!

For a successful tip on the home side there are some arguments in this game. The home strength and the rhythm of the game are two advantages that can not be denied. In addition, the team is far more experienced internationally and has a strong defensive. The guests from Poland had an excellent form at the end of the season and were able to keep the tribe, but the weak away performances and inexperience give reason for a tip against the Poles.


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