CHI-W vs MEX-W Dream11 Prediction Team: Chile and Mexico to kickoff things in the Japan leg of the FIH Women’s Series Final with the opening encounter of Pool B
Chile Vs Mexico FIH Women’s Series Final Best Dream 11 Team
A hectic and congested June from the land of the FIH Women’s Series Final takes us to the second leg of what is the first time ever the tournament has made an onset. A welcome addition to the women’s hockey arena, the frontier tournament brings with it only the colossal opportunity at getting your hands around the glistening trophy but also a direct qualification spot in the Japan 2020 Olympic Qualifiers.
And beginning proceedings in the league will be Chile and Mexico from Pool B in a match that is set to see the fireworks go off. In world ranked 16 Chile, we have a side who won the FIH Series Open by winning all their matches, emphasising the ascendancy the team is on. An experienced outfit, Chile have 10 players with more than 10 caps in their team while 4 come in having played over 200 international games.
Elsewhere, although Mexico are a relatively newer side, what they do have is a good amount of positive results in the PAHP region. In coach Arely Castellanos, previously an international umpire, Mexico are under the right tutelage of a person who knows just what it takes to keep making massive strikes.
In Denise Krimerman and captain Camila Caram, the Chile side is in extremely safe hands. These two are goal scorers extradonaire, players who are extremely well versed with how to traversing their way past defences and giving their side the crucial lead in encounters. Mexico have their own terrific striker as well in Michel Navarro, a scintillating player who has persistently undertaken the mantle of scoring goals upon herself.
Although Chile are heavily touted to win this, they will face a tough fight against Mexico. World ranked 24, Mexico know that this tournament is the finest opportunity in years to showcase the massive progress they have made in recent time and prove a point to the world. At the end of the day though, Chile should be just too strong for Mexico and we see the tournament opener beginning with favourites Chile winning.
Goal-Keeper for CHI-W vs MEX-W Dream11
Jesus Castillo from Mexico is going to be our goal-keeper selection for this particular match. What Chile bring is an astounding abundance of attacking skill set, one that is going to pepper Castillo’s goal with shots. She’ll come to fruition with a handful of important saves for your Dream 11 side.
Defenders for CHI-W vs MEX-W Dream11
Chile’s captain and penalty corner specialist Caram is the first player we are going to imbed into our line-up. She’s a worldclass player, one of the finest exponents of the penalty corner routines and her high conversion rate sees her come straight into our side for the day. Walbaum and Villagram are going to be accompanying her for the match as we bulk up our side with a trio of options from Chile.
Mexico too find themselves represented here with Acosta coming into our side.
Midfielders for CHI-W vs MEX-W Dream11
There are two players on whom the entire onus will rest on for Chile and apart from defender Caram, its midfielder Krimerman. Her acumen in the middle of the part has seen her emerge as one of the finest midfielders in the fraternity at the moment, holding together the attacking part of her side’s formation on a consistent basis. Garcia is going to be her partner in this match for us.
From Mexico we are going to limit ourselves to just the four players from their team given their relative inexperience on the big stage with Nathalia the only pick in this segment. Mexico badly need her to encapsulate all her know how of the game if they are going to put down Chile and we envision her putting on a resolute stand.
Forwards for CHI-W vs MEX-W Dream11
The reason for Mexico being a team on the rise lies in the form Navarro has been in. She’s without a doubt their finest player, a goal scorer who just loves using her guile and trickery to scour past defenders on course her way to the goal. She’s always bound to score irrespective of the opposition and we see her getting a goal in this encounter as well.
We are going to have the two players from Chile wrap up our side with Urroz and Tala coming in for us.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Caram from Chile will be our captain while from Mexico, Navarro is the vice-captain.
FIH Women’s Series Final
Match: Chile Vs Mexico, Pool B
Date And Time: 15th June, Saturday- 8:30am IST
Venue: Hiroshima Hockey Centre, Hiroshima