BOU vs TOT Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Bournemouth on a fast and untenable wayward spiral into the drop this season.
Just two wins in 13 matches in 2020 and 7 in 33 in the season leave Bournemouth in a real fix. The club is increasingly looking set to be relegated this season, a side which has failed to win a single match since the Premier League 2019-20 has restarted to wane and slip down all the way into 19th position.
The club’s plight is as unprecedented as inexplicable. From being an attackingly well endowed side, a team which had trounced Chelsea last season to becoming a joke this tern, the sudden decline in the side’s form has taken everyone aback.
What has been the most perplexing part of their sortie in this edition of the marquee league is the abject lack of a stomach of fight from the club. At a time when they should have pulled up their socks and addressed the issues shrouding them, the club has kept hitting a new low with the team’s 5-2 thumping at the hands of Manchester United perfectly encapsulating their plight.
Having shipped in 9 goals in their last two encounters to further sink in the league, Bournemouth are set to be embarrassed today as well. The club across a way superior Tottenham side, a team which will run circles around them as the home team are once again comprehensively dismantled and decimated across the 90 minutes.
Probable Playing 11
- Stacey is going to be out of contention for the home side with the player attributing his absence to an injury.
- Juan and Japhet are all set to sit out yet another fixture for Tottenham with the players reeling under injuries while Dier has been handed over a four match ban.
Ramsdale, Smith, Ake, Mepham, Rico, Brooks, Billing, Lerma, Stanislas, C Wilson, King
Lloris, Aurier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Davies, Sissoko, Winks, Lo Celso, Bergwijn, Kane, Son
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Bournemouth Vs Tottenham
Date And Time: 8th July, Thursday- 10:30pm IST
Venue: Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD
Top Goal Scorer
- Wilson: 8 Goals
- Kane: 13 Goals
Manchester United Vs Bournemouth: 5-2
Tottenham Vs Everton: 1-0
BOU vs TOT Dream11 Picks
Its extremely tricky to make an argument and justify the selection of a goal-keeper that has been hit for 9 in two encounters but we had no qualms in asserting Bournemouth’s Aaron Ramsdale as our goal-keeper for the encounter. The side’s shot stopper has been the only source of solace in a horrid backline, a player who has parried away shots with consummate ease.
After being hit for three goals against Sheffield United, Tottenham reverted to basics against Everton. The side engaged itself in a drab and languid display but a performance which was defensively sound and compact to scrape its way through to a cleansheet and a 1-0 win on the day.
Adding to the prospect of a cleansheet is the attacking shot in the arm fullback Serge Aurier provides, one which has allowed him to pile on the 5 assists which sees us make him the first pick from the side. He’s going to find company in CBs Toby Alderweireld and Davidson Sanchez, tow tenacious names who have emerged as the talisman of their side’s backline.
Giovani Lo Celso played an integral part in Tottenham’s win against Everton. The player’s shot ended up rolling into the goal to give his side a 1-0 win on the day with the player regaling his side in an imperious performance of football where he stamped his authority all over the pitch.
CDM Moussa Sissoko is going to be his partner for this forthcoming clash while from Bournemouth we’ll be making Jefferson Lerma the first pick. The player has been a persistent presence in our ambit when the side has been in play, a midfielder who showed why he’s such an integral part of his side’s midfield with an assist the last time around.
Junior Stanislas scored for the club in their previous clash, a performance which he’ll be looking to emulate and help capitalise on a Tottenham defence which is known to crack and crumble under pressure.
Harry Kane might have missed out in the foregone encounter after scoring in two contests on the bounce but the player is set to fill his shoes once again. The striker is someone who is going to relish the paper thin quality of this regressing Bournemouth defence.
Heung-Min Son’s squabble with Lloris after the first half the last time around threatened to disrupt Tottenham’s ambitions of a win but the side managed to claw their way to a win. Despite the fracas, his 9 goals and 8 assists will see him retain his place in the side’s playing 11 to see us make him our second pick from the side.
Elsewhere, the home side will see their top scorer with the 8 goals, Callum Wilson round off things for us for this encounter.
Captain And Vice-Captain
The 13 goals Kane has mean he’ll be captaining our side for today while Son is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Ramsdale, Aurier, Toby, Sanchez, Celso, Sissoko, Stanislas, Lerma, Kane, Son, Wilson
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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.