AT vs DYM Dream 11 Team: Russian Premier League begins its 2019 campaign today with Arsenal Tula and Dynamo Moscow beginning proceedings
With July upon us, we have started entering into that time when all the major European football leagues will start resuming service once again for the 2019 season. And getting us underway is the Russian Premier League with the much awaited league set to start its campaign starting today.
RPL 2019-20 will see Arsenal Tula and Dynamo Moscow play each other in the opening match of the season with the imminent encounter today the perfect way to start the expansive league. The new season brings with it different expectations for both the sides with Arsenal Tula looking to build on their strong finish to last season.
After consolidating a decent enough sixth place finish in the league, Arsenal Tule enjoyed a fruitful run in the Russian Cup. Going all the way to the semi-finals, it was eventually the penalty shootout which sent them crashing out of the showpiece tournament after they failed to break free of their 2-2 deadlock with Ural.
Elsewhere for Dynamo Moscow, this new season brings with it an opportunity to start things afresh. Languishing in 12th place after a dismal 2018 campaign, Moscow found themselves closer to the last places rather than the top half of the table. It was a flabbergasting season for them, one where they were continuously embroiled in the relegation battle before eventually managing to scrape through and break free.
Beginning the new season, both these sides will be eager to get things off with an emphatic showing today. Expect the match the start off cautiously with each outfit looking to get a knowhow of each other before eventually opening up and settling into their groove.
It’s Arsenal Tula who look to be the firm favourites to imbed a win today. They are not only by far the more complete unit but will be buoyed by their home support as well. It won’t be the most straightforward of wins for them but one where they’ll persevere to emerge with the three points.
Goal-Keeper for AT vs DYM Dream 11
We have opted for Dynamo Moscow’s shot stopper only on the basis of him coming in the way of an engrossing onslaught today. Tula’s strike force can be unsparing when functioning at its exuberant best and this will accord Anton Shunin the perfect opportunity to amass a rich bagful of points.
Defenders for AT vs DYM Dream 11
A massive reason for Dynamo Moscow floundering last season was due to their horrid attack force, one which failed to find the opposition’s goal to leave the side dwindling across the course of the league. And it’s this narrative which sees us opt for a complete trio of defenders from Arsenal Tula with Kirill Kombarov, Anri Khagush and Maksim Belyaev coming in for us.
The backline is a perfect blend of astute rock like defenders who’ll not all Moscow to go past them along with the attacking minded defensive options as well, players who love finding themselves in the opposition’s segment.
Midfielders for AT vs DYM Dream 11
A trio comes in from Arsenal Tula once again with Igor Gorbattenko, Danil Lesovoy and Sergey Tkachev all coming in for us. The trio in between them emerged as a key pivot for their side, pummelling opposition defences with their brilliant partnership and quick passing and moves to make incisive moves.
From Moscow we have a duo coming in as well in the form of Konstantin Rausch and Anton Terekhov. The CDM battle is going to play a quissential role to Moscow’s success on the day and if they are to show the stomach for a fight, this facet of the park is one they have to establish themselves in.
Strikers for AT vs DYM Dream 11
It’s the one striker each from either side with the nature of how the new season will shape up for either side still an unknown entity. This sees us opt for Kirll Panchenko from Dynamo Moscow while coming in from Arsenal is Evans Kangwa, a striker who has grasped the mantle of scoring for his side as the lone striker.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Igor is our captain while a one-two from Arsenal sees Kangwa being made the vice-captain for RPL’s opener.
Russian Premier League
Match: Arsenal Tula Vs Dynamo Moscow
Date And Time: 13th July, Saturday- 12:30am IST
Venue: Stadion Arsenal, Tula