Champions League qualifying takes centre stage this evening and BATE Borisov have some work to do if they are to get past HJK Helsinki.
BATE dominated the first leg in Belarus but were held to a 0-0 draw by the Finns and their hopes of reaching the third qualifying round hang in the balance.
HJK have a good record at home having won their last eight games and this will be a big ask for the visitors. However, BATE have been impressive on their travels with just one defeat in their last 11 competitive games.
The Belarusian side have struggled on the road in Europe but most of their recent losses have come against real quality sides and they should have too much for Helsinki this evening.
De Minaur comes up against Johnson at the Citi Open in Washington this evening and the Australian youngster can pull off a minor upset.
De Minaur has played three matches on hard courts since the grass-court season ended and Johnson is gearing up for his first outing on the surface, having opted to head to Newport after Wimbledon.
The pair are level at 1-1 in their head-to-head record, with both of those matches played on hard courts, but the fact De Minaur, 19, has had time to adjust to the change in surface could swing this match in his favour.
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