BHA Vs WOL Dream11 And Match Report: Brighton look to build on their stunning win the last time around and make it two wins on the bounce.
Winless in three matches, regressing in the Premier League and with the season going nowhere for them, Brighton squared off against Arsenal in their foregone encounter. With the side having salvaged a sole point from a top 6 side across the course of the last two seasons and with the team waning and wavering in form before the encounter, everything emoted towards the visiting side slumping to yet another defeat.
It’s all these factors which made their 2-1 win against Arsenal the last time around a stupendous one, a scintillating performance which saw them finally overhaul their underachieving form to unlock their true potential. The side descended on the tie undeterred by the stature of the match, showing will, valour and resolve to put in a gritty and gusty performance, one which saw them wrench free of the wayward spiral they found themselves in.
The win was not only pivotal in them moving to 12th place in the league standings but also wrenching free of their ordeal to quell the plight which was shrouding the club. And when they face off against a Wolverhampton side who haven’t lost in the league since October, the hosts will be looking to pull off the same resilient performance as they did against Arsenal to salvage atleast a point from this one.
They’ll do well to know though that this match is going to be a stiff test of their skill set with Wolverhampton coming into this one with a 2-0 win over West Ham, one which saw them make massive strides to move into 7th in the points tally. This looks set to be a tightly contested match, one where the margins of error will be extremely bare to decide which side emerges from this one unscathed.
Probable Playing 11
- Solly March and Jose Izquierdo both continue to be the only players out for Brighton for this one with the duo missing out due to injury.
- Willy Bolly is set to be out of action for the visiting side for the day given his yet to recover injury.
Matt Ryan (GK), Montoya, Webster, Dunk, Burn, Mooy, Stephens, Propper, Gross, Maupay, Connolly
Patricio (GK), Dendoncker, Coady, Saiss, Doherty, Neves, Moutinho, Jonny, Traore, Jota, Jimenez
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Brighton Vs Wolverhampton
Date And Time: 8th December, Sunday- 10:00pm IST
Venue: Falmer Stadium, Brighton
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD
- Matt Ryan, Dunk, Mooy, Connolly
- Dendoncker, Saiss, Doherty, Jimenez
Top Goal Scorer
- Dunk: 2 Goals
- Jimenez: 6 Goals, 3 Assists
Freekick And Corner Taker
Arsenal Vs Brighton: 1-2
Wolverhampton Vs West Ham United:2-0
BHA Vs WOL Dream11 Goal-Keeper
All across the course of the ongoing edition of the league, Matthew Ryan has been the watchdog of his side’s goal. The shot stopper has clamped down on shots with effervescent ease, parrying them away at will to revel us and his side in a pristine brand of goal-keeping to make him an instant selection from the side for this one.
BHA Vs WOL Dream11 Defenders
Club captain, Lewis Dunk was also someone who we knew was always going to be hammered down in the framework of our Dream 11 side from Brighton. The player has come up with the two headers, goals which have alluded to how colossal a threat he is from corners and freekicks, a player whose affinity to come up with a goal or assist makes him our choice for the day.
Elsewhere from Wolverhampton we are moving in with an entire trivalent owing to the formation the side deploy in their encounter. It sees us make Matt Doherty the first choice in our docket of our Dream 11 with the wingback being an exceptional player, someone whose penchant for marauding down the pitch rampantly saw him come up with a goal in the side’s bygone contest.
Leon Dendoncker got a goal as well in the foregone tie for the side to see us bring him in as well alongside Jonny Castro Otto to complete our set of picks from the unit for the day.
BHA Vs WOL Dream11 Midfielders
With him being on corners and freekicks for his side, we begin with Ruben Neves from Wolverhampton. The midfielders is someone who has an eye for the goal as well, plundering in shots to pop up with integral goals at crucial junctures to see us make him our first pick from the visiting side for the day.
Elsewhere, its Brighton’s turn this time around to see a trio be imbedded from their setup in this slot of our Dream 11 with us beginning with last match’s man of the moment Aaron Mooy. The player torched Arsenal’s defence, getting the assist for his side’s second goal, a reward for his tireless wok all across the match.
Pascal Gross comes in as well from the unit along with CDM Dale Stephens, someone who’ll be asked to persistently clamp down in his side’s defensive part of the gameplan and thwart Wolverhampton from scoring.
BHA Vs WOL Dream11 Strikers
The 6 goals and 3 assists for his side make Raul Jimenez our first pick in this unit of our Dream 11 side. Ever since the last season, the striker has been in ruthless torch, a player who has perfectly embroiled why Wolverhampton are regarded as one of the most progressive sides across the global stage.
Aaron Connolly comes in from Brighton meanwhile to complete our set of picks from the side for this imminent contest.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Jimenez comes out to captain our side whilst Connolly is our 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.