A surprising result for Olympik considering they have been scratting around near the bottom since entering the league 2 years ago. I have tried to find out some info about them, where they play etc, and have found nothing at all.
So, either they are receiving more support this season or FK Poltava are one of many teams whose standard is highly questionable - and I think it will be the latter.
As for Nyva, they will have to play a lot better than they did last season to get promoted. I went to see them at Kolos when they played Knyazha and they couldn't even form one decent attack, always offside. Yednist Plisky are my favourites for the title, they were fabulous against Nafkom Brovary, and Dnister Ovidiopol will struggle that's for sure in the Persha from what I saw.
"You don't play football for the name on the back of your shirt, you play football for the name on the front."