Description: BRE Vs FUL Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Jaffer of a contest on our hands today as Brentford and Fulham go at loggerheads to earn qualification into the Premier League.
For Brentford and Fulham, a vigorous, gruelling, rigorous and topsy-turvy Championship 2019-20 season boils down to today’s impending showpiece summit clash in the league. After enduring a hectic league stage encounters followed by the semi-finals, either side takes onto the pitch one last time this term in a bid to determine the third side from the league to make it into the echelons of English football.
Striving to fulfil their designs of making it into the coveted league and with it amassing the mammoth 200 million pound prize amount with it, today’s finalists will spare no expense to make the cut into the marquee league. This promises to be a humdinger of a contest, a tie which will revel us in a tantalisingly poised cliff-hanger across the 90 minutes.
Surviving a real scare, Fulham clothed at the barest of straws to seal their berth into this clash. Despite carrying a 2-0 lead into theirs second round against Cardiff City, the side was pushed hard with their opponents coming hot out of the blocks to see Fulham’s first round win come to their rescue despite being 2-1 the second time the two sides squared off.
BRE Vs FUL Dream11 Probable Winner
Where Fulham had to huff and puff for a win, Brentford made an advent into the final in aplomb. Despite being defeated 1-0 in the first round of the double-header of the first semi-final by Swansea, Brentford were undeterred with the side pummelling Swansea 3-1 in the second faceoff.
The result was a testament to the pulsating season they have endured, one which saw them finish in third place in the league. And we envision the side’s well endowed and clinical brand of football helping the team triumph today and see their endeavours translate into a win on the day for the team.
Probable Playing 11
- Brentford will be without the services of Karelis who is currently out with an injury for the side.
Martin, Dalsgaard, Jansson, Pinnock, Henry, Marcondes, Norgaard, Jensen, Mbeumo, Watkins, Benrahma
Rodak, Christie, Hector, Ream, Bryan, Reed, Cairney, Knockaert, Onomah, Kebano, Mitrovic
Match: Brentford Vs Fulham Final
Date And Time: 5th August, Wednesday- 12:15am IST
Venue: Wembley Stadium, London
Top Goal Scorer
- Watkins: 26 Goals
- Mitrovic: 26 Goals
Brentford Vs Swansea: 3-1
Fulham Vs Cardiff City: 1-2
David Raya from Brentford was an undisputed pick for us as our side’s goal-keeper for the impending faceoff. The wordclass goal-keeper has played a quiessential role in transforming his side into the league’s second sternest defensive setup, a goal-keeper whose performances have hit the roof all across the course of the league.
Having let in a measly 38 goals this season, Brentford find themselves partaking in today’s encounter massively owing to their well disciplined and responsible backline. This is a defensive setup which has not only quashed attacks and given oppositions cold feet but has also given the team’s attack a free hand to go one and clobber side.
The stern and sound nature of the side’s defence made it prudent of us to indulge in a duo from Brentford, one constituting of Rico Henry and Pontus Jansson for the tie. Fulham elsewhere will see the attacking inclined Joe Bryan make a way into our side owing to the 7 assists he’s accrued to assist the side in its attacking soirees.
Not only has Said Benrahma spearheaded Brentford’s march into this stage of the league but the player has also ended up making a name for himself this season. With a behemoth 16 goals and 7 assists, he’s become hot property in the footballing fraternity, a player whose meticulous and riveting brand of football has attracted a slew of suitors.
He finds company in the services of Mathias Jensen who has the 7 assists for the side, two names who are set to make life a traversity for this wavering Fulham defence. Elsewhere, Fulham themselves are more than capable of giving a headache to Brentford in attack with8 goal man Tom Cairney and Josh Onomah forming a daunting and lethal partnership.
With 26 goals in his kitty this reason, Ollie Watkins has not only emerged as the spearhead of Brentford’s attacking docket but has also seen his side go onto hit an expansive 80 goals. And he’s found pinch perfect assistance at the other end in the form of counterpart Bryan Mbeumo who has the 16 goals to make the two names instant picks from the side.
Back after an injury, Aleksandar Mitrovic provided the much needed shot in the arm to Fulham today to see the team’s 26 goal striker complete our Dream 11 team for the day.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Brentford’s leading scorer, Watkins will captain our side for today whilst Said is our vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Raya, Bryan, Henry, Jansson, Onomah, Cairney, Said, Jensen, Mitrovic, Bryan, Mitrovic
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