ARG Vs BRZ Dream11, Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Feisty rivals take on each other today in what is set to be an edge of the seat thriller.
When these two sides square off against each other, this match is always more than a mere football encounter. Brazil and Argentina have traditionally been two sides who have hated each other, seeing their encounters be contested extremely competitively and fiercely and when these two sides resume their rivalry come today, we are bound to be in for yet another skirmish between these two.
Last meeting in the Copa America semi-final in July of this year, Brazil had ended up thumping Argentina to make it to the summit clash which they ended up winning to lift the trophy courtesy of a 3-1 triumph. The fallout from that encounter was severe for Argentina with the side going onto lose their third place tie against Chile as well, a match which saw Lionel Messi being handed over a three month ban for his derogatory comments in which he claimed FIFA to be corrupt.
Ever since then though, Argentina have gone on a winning spree with the side registering wins in all of their matches since the debacle of the Cope America. They come into this match in the wake of a 6-1 trouncing of Ecuador, a performance which epitomises the resurgence the side have been on over the course of the last couple of months.
Elsewhere for Brazil, the Copa America triumph was the last time the side managed to taste success in the footballing fraternity with the side going onto win all four of their encounters ever since to go on their longest losing spree in 15 years. What should have been the foundation of a new era for the side ha ended up being a period which has seen them being left in dismay, an impasse they’ll be looking to wrench out of come their tie against Brazil today.
Probable Playing 11
- Neymar, Ederson and David Neres are all ruled out for Brazil for today’s clash due to their injury issues.
Marchesin (GK), Foyth, Pezzella, Otamendi, Acuna, De Paul, Paredes, Lo Celso, Messi, Aguero, Martinez
Alisson (GK), Danilo, Silva, Marquinhos, Sandro, Arthur, Casemiro, Coutinho, Richarlison, Jesus, Firmino
Match: Brazil Vs Argentina
Date And Time: 15th November, Friday- 10:30pm IST
Where To Watch: Sony Ten 1/HD
- Marchesin, Paredes, Aguero, Martinez
- Alisson, Danilo, Arthur, Firmino
ARG Vs BRZ Dream11 Goal-Keeper
With Ederson ruled out of the tie, Alisson returns to take the gloves for Brazil for this clash after the player had missed out recently due to his injury peril. The shot stopper is an astute stopper of the ball, a player who in between the sticks has been lauded for his articulate saves to see us opt for the goal-keeper for today’s encounter.
ARG Vs BRZ Dream11 Defenders
With both the sides coming bestowed with some staunch names in the attacking facets, this clash looks unlikely to be one which will end up giving us a cleansheet. It sees us pack our side with the bare minimum requite of three defenders, all names of the attacking persuasion who are likely to come up with either a goal or assist today.
It sees us go in with both the Premier League players with Nicholas Otamendi and Julian Foyth being picked up by us from Argentina whilst form Brazil we are going in with rightback Danilo for the forthcoming contest.
ARG Vs BRZ Dream11 Midfielders
Our most balanced out docket of our Dream 11 side, we have opted for the two players from either side, beginning with the picks from Argentina given the attacking might they have shown recently. Leandro Paredes and Le Celso come into our side, two players who’ll be asked with turning over possession and transitioning the ball from defence to attack.
A goal at the weekend for Everton sees us get in Richarlison from Brazil along with Arthur Merlo as we opt for a seamless blend of attack and defence from the unit.
ARG Vs BRZ Dream11 Strikers
Back after three months, Lionel Messi is set to make an immediate return into Argentina’s unit to see us indulge in him for this encounter. He will be paired by Sergio Aguero, a striker who is in tantalising form at the moment, an instrumental name for his side in this one with the player set to act as a talismanic figure.
From Brazil we have gotten in the one player with Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino being our selection for this component. The striker has seen the goals dry up for him at club level but with a purely forward moving role being handed over to him by Brail, this could be just the match the striker ends up filling his shoes.
Captain And Vice-Captain
We are moving into today’s encounter with Aguero as our captain whilst Messi is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.