ARG vs JPN Dream11 : Argentina and Japan find themselves in dire need of a win after slumping to horrendous defeats
Stepping out looking to make amends for their previous showings at the FIVB Volleyball World Cup, for both Argentina and Japan, today’s match is a massive one. After being mauled and routed in their bygone clashes, both step out looking to show their true mettle and putting behind them two results which were callous and apathy filled in the manner they came about in.
For Japan especially, their 3-0 defeat against USA is one which has bound to be particularly painful. Despite entering that encounter widely touted to end up on the losing side, the 3-0 scoreline saw them being flayed and frayed with the side losing all cohesion and semblance in their backline to allow USA to make light work of them.
It saw Japan lose their second match of the marquee tournamnet, to see them go tumbling into 6th place with their opponents of the day, Argentina right behind them in 7th. Argentina had to face a dejecting result in their previous clash against Poland as well, a 3-1 rattling which gave them their second defeat in four match as well.
It’s not a result which will deter them too much though with the side managing to give a good account of the repertoire of their attacking skill set in the first and last sets, taking them both to deciders to show what they are capable of when they unlock their true potential. It’s a discourse which will make the home side jittery today with their atrocious defence being exposed massively across their life in the tournamnet.
Probable Playing 6
A Loser, B Lima, E Palacios, M Sanchez, S Danani, Matias Sanchez
Yuhi Ishikawa, Taishi Onodera, Yuji Nishida, Tatsuya Fukazawa, Masahiro, T Yamamoto
FIVB Volleyball World Cup
Match Details: Argentina Vs Japan
Date And Time: 6th September, Friday- 3:50pm
Venue: Arena, Fukuoka
Television: FanCode, Volleyball TV
- A Loser, B Lima
- Yuhi Ishikawa, Taishi Onodera
- B Lima
- Yuhi Ishikawa
Best Ball Blocker
- B Lima
- Taishi Onodera
ARG vs JPN Dream11 Libero
At a time when the libero position hardly gives points in the game, the role handed out to Argentina’s Santiago Danani has seen him dismiss the rhetoric peddled out. With 37 digs and the 8 receptions, he’s played a pivotal role for his side in defence, positioning himself in all the right zones to keep picking up blocks and returns with ease.
ARG vs JPN Dream11 Setter
His 134 still sets and 45 running sets meant that Japan’s Masahiro Sekita was always going to be an instant pick for us in this facet. He;s the best setter when it comes to the two sides, a pivotal player for his side in ensuring that their attacking sojourns are fathomed efficiently by laying up the ball and setting it up for his hitters with precision.
ARG vs JPN Dream11 Blocker
He might be the side’s middle blocker, but Agustin Loser’s 31 shots and 53 spikes have seen him play an integral part in his side’s attacks as well. His position right next to the court have seen him not only pull off blocks but also keep delivering with well cued, articulate returns and hits to offer unstinted support to his hitters.
ARG vs JPN Dream11 Attackers
With Japan losing to USA yesterday without offering even a set in reply, their peril which saw them being marred in ther turmoil of a showing was primarily down to their defensive facet. The blockers had nothing to offer in the way of resistance, showing that infront of a stringent and solid raiding unit, Japan are bound to crumble.
This sees us choose Jan Martinez Franchi from Argentina with the hitter being pivotal for the side in sending the ball down without an answer into the opposition’s court.
ARG vs JPN Dream11 Universal
We have the two players come over here with both the side’s universals impressing massively for their dual nature as players. Both have cantered their way seamlessly into both the frontcourt and backcourt, featuring heavily in not only attacking but also blocking the ball to thrive for their sides.
Along with all of this, Yuji Nishida has been his side’s main server as well, sending down 24 hits without a reply, seeing us opt for him from the home side while from Argentina we have gone in with Bruno Lima. The side’s best defender, his 10 stuff blocks along with the 15 rebounds see him hold the key to his side’s consummate success today.
ARG vs JPN Dream11 Star Player
Loser is being made our captain for this match while we are going in with Lima as 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.