BRZ vs JPN Dream11 : Top of the table test awaits Japan today in their quest of challenging for the prestigious title
Yet to be defeated Brazil against a rampant and rousing Japan side. Today’s match is a gargantuan affair, a colossal and momentous tie from the dramatic bedlam of the FIVB Volleyball World Cup with the day’s culminating affair set to be an emphatic and pulsating affair.
For Japan who are on a dream run at the moment, winning five out of their previous five matches to move ever closer to those top 3 spots, today’s face off is their biggest week in the over a week. The side’s true reslliance, determination, gustiness and diminutiveness will be tested to the fore, a match which will require them to dive right into every last bit of their resources if they are to have any chance of winning this.
Defeating Iran with ease yesterday in what had the potential to be a tricky clash for them, the manner in which the win came about for Japan will massively buoy them. The side swept past their opponents 3-1, a convincing win which puts the side in good stead ahead of the impending encounter against table toppers Brazil.
If Japan have been unstoppable, Brazil on the other hand have managed to remain the only speckle free and unblemished side in the showpiece tournamnet as things stand. Winning all nine out of their encounters, the side have a six point lead over Japan in first place, one they’ll be looking to further today.
What will see a glimmer of chance light up in Japan’s eyes ahead of the forthcoming clash in the fact that this is Brazil’s second staunch test in the space of just over a day. They were engaged in an edge of the seat thriller against second places Poland yesterday, a 3-2 win which saw them make first place their own and in Japan they have yet another staunch and guile filled outfit. It’s a match which promises to be a ripper, an encounter which is set to be decided by extremely small margins.
Probable Playing 6
Yuhi Ishikawa, Taishi Onodera, Yuji Nishida, Tatsuya Fukazawa, Masahiro, T Yamamoto
Alan Souza, Lucas Saatkamp, Alan Souza, Bruno Mossa Rezende, Thales Hoss, Fernando Gil Kreling
FIVB Volleyball World Cup
Match Details: Japan Vs Brazil
Date And Time: 14th October, Monday- 3:50pm
Venue: Arena, Hiroshima
Television: FanCode, Volleyball TV
- Taishi Onodera, Yuji Nishida
- Alan Souza, Bruno Mossa Rezende
- Yuhi Ishikawa
- Alan Souza
Best Ball Blocker
- Taishi Onodera
- Lucas Saatkamp
BRZ vs JPN Dream11 Libero
With a massive 72 digs and 22 receptions to go along with them, Brazil’s Thales Hoss is our choice for this clash. The libero has been critical to Brazil’s chances of winning the world cup, taking over charge of the side’s back court to pummel opponents in their quest of pulling off attacking points and looks set for another good display today as well.
BRZ vs JPN Dream11 Setter
Be it in the running or still sets, Brazil’s Bruno Mossa Rezende has numbers which made him an instant selection for this one. He’s gotten 231 running sets with the 328 still sets to go along with them, making him an undoubtable pick for this facet given the way he’s laid the ball up for his hitters, allowing them all the room and time in the world to send it into the opposition’s side of the court with ease.
BRZ vs JPN Dream11 Blocker
Brazil’s Lucas Saatkamp comes into our side for this encounter with the blocker showing how important and quissential he is to the side’s cause of winning the world cup yesterday. At a time when Poland threatened to seize control of the match and put down Brazil, the middle blocker showed him tenacity by manifesting not just receptions but stuff blocks as well which saw him put in 19 blocks across the course of the tournamnet.
BRZ vs JPN Dream11 Attackers
We have Japan’s Yuki Ishikawa come in for us over here with the hitter being a pivotal part of his side’s attack. Over the course of the last few matches, the side’s resurgence has massively come down due to his skill set as a player with him using his ability to pinch perfection to tally up 122 spikes and a mammoth 71 attacking points, making him an instant pick for us here.
BRZ vs JPN Dream11 Universal
The one universal a piece come in from either side given how defining these players have been for their side. Both the universals have understood the responsibility accorded to them by their side’s cantering their way dutifully in both the dockets of their side’s court to come up with pivotal attacking and defensive points by ingraining the due processes needed.
We begin with Japan’s Yuji Nishida, a player who has become a familiar face for us now given the way he’s put an end to oppositions with his imperious quality as a player. He’s lamented sides with his quirky displays, one which has seen him register 67 attacking points along with the 23 points in serves, while from Brazil we have ventured in with Alan Souza who has the 91 points.
Alan is selected out as our side’ captain as well whilst we have Yuki be 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.