BOU Vs ARS Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Premier League lock heads in the showpiece tournamnet in one of the most riveting contests of this round.
When two Premier League sides go at loggerhead for this fourth round FA Cup encounter, the fireworks are set to go off. Today’s affair between Bournemouth and Arsenal promises to be an edge of the seat thriller, a fixture which will see both the sides come hot out of the blocks in a bid to make it into the ensuing round.
Today’s outing is pivotal for either side not only courtesy of progression in the tournamnet but given their floundering touch this season as well. A win would massively act as a shot n the arm to these two units, seeing them instil in place much needed solace at a time of peril.
Today’s home side are coming into the day’s clash having raked up a win which had eluded them for way too long. Slumped in the relegation zone, Bournemouth showed fight and character to script a massive 3-1 thumping of Brighton, a result which saw them bring an end to a long and unsavoury winless spree.
Elsewhere, while Arsenal are still work in progress, the side managed to imbed in pale confidence which was bereft till now after curtailing Chelsea to a 2-2 draw despite being reduced to 10 men. And with them showing the same reslliance and valour the last time in the FA Cup to putdown Leeds United 1-0, the side come into this encounter holding a slight edge over their opponents.
This will be a closely contested encounter, one we envision Arsenal doing just about enough to muster up a win from. Bournemouth will make things tricky for them but they have different food to cook in the Premier League, something which see them take their focus away from this encounter to see Arsenal make it into the proceeding round.
Probable Playing 11
- Brooks, Mepham, Stacey, Stanislas and Groeneveld will be skipping today’s tie for the home side with the side stricken with injuries at the moment.
- Chambers, Kolasinac and Tierney are part of the trivalent which will be sitting today’s contest out for Arsenal owing to their injuries.
Boruc, Smith, S. Cook, Simpson, Kelly, L Cook, Billing, Gosling, Surman, Fraser, C Wilson
Martinez, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Holding, Sokratis, Saka, Torreira, Guendouzi, Pepe, Dani Ceballos, Martinelli, Lacazette
FA Cup 2019-20
Match: Bournemouth Vs Arsenal Fourth Round
Date And Time: 28th January, Tuesday- 1:30am IST
Venue: Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth
Television: Sony Ten 2/HD
- Rico, Kelly, Billing, C Wilson
- Martinez, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Holding, Lacazette
Top Goal Scorer
- Wilson: 6 Goals
- Aubameyang: 14 Goals, 1 Assist
Freekick And Corner Taker
- Dani Ceballos
Bournemouth Vs Arsenal: 1-1
BOU Vs ARS Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Arsenal managed to keep an extremely unlikely cleansheet the last time around, one they had to massively thank Emiliano Martinez for. The goal-keeper was in electric touch, ensuring Arsenal managed to keep themselves floating despite coming across an absolute carnage by Leeds United.
BOU Vs ARS Dream11 Defenders
We begin this docket of our Dream 11 side with the selection of Ainsley Maitland-Niles. He didn’t play against Chelsea, something which emotes to his involvement in this one and with the player being more than capable of torching his way down the part, his attacking penchant makes him a must have pick.
We are getting in Rob Holding as well after the side managed to keep a cleansheet the last time around while from the home setup, Jack Simpson becomes our lone pick for the contest.
BOU Vs ARS Dream11 Midfielders
Despite this being a FA Cup encounter, Arsenal are bound to treat it seriously with this being the only realistic trophy they can challenge for this season. And with Bournemouth taking the identity of their opposition, Lucas Torreira will be asked to take up CDM duties today with the player being the most sublime player for the side in the CDM slot.
Bukayo Saka has pulled off some tenacious performances off late to see us go in with him while from the other side of the docket we are moving in with an akin duo as well. We begin with Andrew Surman with Philip Billing being his partner given the player’s ability to transition the ball from defence to attack.
BOU Vs ARS Dream11 Strikers
With Aubameyang still out for Arsenal for this affair, Alexandre Lacazette will continue to be his side’s main striker today. And with the five goals and 2 assists this season we are making him our first pick for the encounter along with Gabriel Martinelli who scored against Chelsea most recently.
Elsewhere, Callum Wilson finally managed to break free off his rut against Brighton to rake up his 6th goal this season to make him our pick from Bournemouth.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Martinelli is our side’s captain while Ainsley is the vice-captain.
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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.