AUS-W vs CHN-W Dream11 Prediction : One sided match a proposition as languishing China take on highly ranked Australia
A hectic and congested weekend in the FIH Pro League sees perhaps the most one-sided encounter of Sunday take place in China. Languishing his eight place in the league standings, China take on a very stable Australian unit who find themselves sitting in third place in the table.
With Netherlands playing a day prior to them, Australia will go into their match against China more aware of the perspective equation they need to work out to seal a top 4 berth. Currently on 21 points and coming off a 4-0 thrashing of USA two weeks back, Australia go into this match as clear favourites.
For China the league couldn’t have gotten any more worse for them. The 12th ranked country in the world were even defeated at the hands of USA recently, a 3-1 defeat brining to light how beleaguered a time they’ve had to endure. With the league well and truly over for them, the only role they can play is spilling water on opposition’s chances as we move into the final stages of the tournament.
China had lost 4-3 in a thriller contested in Australia when the two sides had met each other previously in the tournament.
Despite the previous leg of this match being a completive and closely fought encounter, things have taken a massive overturn ever since. China have kept trying to paper over the cracks, something they’ve failed massively in while their aberrations continue on their way. In Australia, they are going to encounter an opposition which is going to prove to be just too strong for them.
Given the consequences of this match for Australia plus it with being one of their relatively easier fixtures ahead of the final set of clashes, we see them coming out of this cruising as winners.
Goal-Keeper AUS-W vs CHN-W Dream11
In 11 matches, Australia have given away just 14 goals with their goal-keeper being one of the main reasons for them. Her ability to keep out the shots along with good distribution of the ball make her a key player for the country and she’s going to occupy a vital role for us as well in our Dream 11 side. Rachael Lynn is going to be our pick for this department on the day.
Defenders AUS-W vs CHN-W Dream11
China might be able to scrape through the odd goal past Australia but we don’t envision them getting much more than that. This is an Australian unit which has drilled into it the modalities of defending as a complete unit with each player articulate with what their role is in the back 4. Maddy Fitzpatrick, Kaitlin Nobbs and Sophie Taylor are all going to be picked up by us to constitute a heavy 3 man trio of Australian defenders.
Her ability to come into the penalty corners and find herself on the end of goals sees Gu Bingfeng become the solitary player from the country to be selected by us.
Midfielders AUS-W vs CHN-W Dream11
We’ll continue with the Chinese players here we are going to be selecting three players from their side just to complete the requirement of players we need to pick from the country. The all-rounders accord us a chance to pick out players who can contribute in both the departments and both the Zhang’s along with Xu Wenyu are going to be our selections.
Forwards AUS-W vs CHN-W Dream11
Having squandered 37 defensive points to subsequently become the side with the most torrid of defensive records, it’s going to be yet another bowling trio from Australia which is going to wrap up our side. Expect it to be goals galore for Grace Stewart, Savannah Fitzpatrick and Emily Chalker and we want to bank in on all the returns the three are going to send our way as they pair up together to rake the goals up for Australia.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Savannah Fitzpattrick is going to captain our side while Emily Chalker is going to become the vice-captain on the day.
FIH Pro League Women’s League
Match: USA Vs New Zealand
Date And Time: 2nd June, Sunday- 1:30pm IST
Venue: Wujin Hockey Stadium, Changzhou