Khimki home and away – two different teams. If on their field the team of Dmitry Gunko puts on ball control, then away – on counterattacks. In any case, this has been the case in all the away matches of the red-blacks this season.
Take at least a meeting with “Tambov”. On the one hand, Khimki owned the ball for about 60% of the playing time, on the other hand, they owned the initiative only in the second half, when the opponents were left with ten men. In the first half, the situation was reversed: Tambov dominated, while Khimki fought back and waited for a chance on counterattacks.
Like the red and blacks, Ural loves to keep the ball at home. For example, this was the case in the match with Dynamo. Then the team of Yuri Matveev owned the initiative for almost 70% of the playing time.
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A similar picture was in the away match against Sochi. Of course, you can remember the meetings with Lokomotiv, Krasnodar, Rostov and Rubin. They simply took the ball away from Ural, but this was due to the class and style of the opponents.
The same Khimki have a much lower class (so far), and the style does not imply total control of the ball: otherwise it would be difficult to explain five defenders in the defense of the red and blacks.
I will assume that Dmitry Gunko’s team will give up possession of the ball away on duty, and Ural will try to play from a position of strength.