ARG vs BEL Dream11 Team. World champions Belgium look to continue snapping at Australia’s heels as they look to make one final stake for top spot.
Belgium Vs Argentina FIH Pro League Best Dream 11 Team
After having enjoyed the most pristine of starts to the campaign, for World Cup winners Belgium, the closing stages of the league stage matches have not traversed in the way they would have imagined. After having scoured past teams with consummate ease in the first half, the second half has seen them playing the catch up game.
Fortuitous enough to seal a place in the top 4 of the back of their showing in the early exchanges of the FIH Pro League, Belgium who were sitting pretty in first place a month back now find themselves struggling to keep hold of their second place. And in Argentina, they today have an opponent who can snatch their spot with just the three points separating the two countries ahead of their culminating two encounter in the tournament.
Having lost two matches on the bounce, a total of three in their last five encounters, Belgium know they need to start papering over the cracks immediately. An unprecedented predicament could leave them in turmoil, picking up the pieces of what has till now been a maverick sojourn in the league.
Elsewhere for Argentina, the side who have been on the up rise will be looking to make it three consecutive wins come Belgium. Having won their previous against Netherlands and Spain, the side have imbued in themselves an exemplary slew of determination and grit to pip Germany in fourth place.
Probable Winner for ARG vs BEL Dream11
With Germany still lurking behind them, trailing by only two points, Argentina know the margin for errors are negligible if any. It’s time to capitalise against a dwindling Belgium unit, one who are there for the taking after having been left picking up the pieces of a backline that has completely fallen apart.
Given the nature of these countries recently and the way they have played their last couple of matches, this encounter promises to be a goal feast. Expect goals galore in this encounter and this is the one facet where Belgium should overcome the opposition. Their overwhelming strike force is unstated and it’s what will hold them in good stead to qualify for the semi-finals today.
Goal-Keeper for ARG vs BEL Dream11
Vincet Vanasch from Belgium is the player we have opted for to open our account in Dream 11. After having been shunted out by his side in the opening half of the campaign, he’s nailed sown a spot and earned laurels given his resilient showing.
Defenders for ARG vs BEL Dream11
We are purely selecting defenders based on their abilities to find themselves on the end of attacking returns and their heavy involvements in the penalty corners. And this sees us opt for Loick Luypaert and Alexander Hendrickx from Belgium, two penalty corner specialists who are an integral part of their side’s exquisite routines when it comes to the penalty corners.
From Argentina coming in for us are Pedro Ibarra and Leandro Tolini. The reason for his side’s massive improvement in the second half of the tournament, Tolini has enthralled us with his intriguing and scrumptious attacking style of play and we see him getting a good haul of points today as well.
Midfielders for ARG vs BEL Dream11
Argentina dominate this side of the park with the two players from the centre of the park making an advent into our side. In come the well versed Ignacio Ortiz and Juan Lopez, a two man pivot which has dominated this area for their side. They’ll need to dominate once again if Argentina are to win this one with Belgium’s gameplan seeing them stem everything from the centre.
From Belgium the only selection is in the form of Victor Wegnez.
Forwards for ARG vs BEL Dream11
With 48 goals in 13 matches, Belgium have overwhelmed us with their attacking play. A revered side, the team have reserved their name amongst the highest goal scorers, players who have helped the side stay true to their relentless attacking style of play.
Ad two players massively responsible for their ruthless barrage of shots on the opposition are Tom Boon and Cedric Charlier. They’ve been flawless, taking the outright responsibility on their shoulders to see their side cruise to wins and against an Argentina side known to crumble under pressure, we see them getting a bagful of goals.
Argentina are represented by Agustin Mazzilli.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Tom Boom and Charlier form Belgium are the captain and vice-captain choices respectively as we wrap up our side.
FIH Pro League
Match: Belgium Vs Argentina
Date And Time: 23rd June, Sunday- 5:00pm IST
Venue: Wilrijkse Plein Antwerp, Wilrijkse