CHI-W vs NED-W Dream11 Team Prediction : Netherlands face colossal task today as they square off against China.
A good little period of ret in the FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Cup only lead to increasing our quench for action to return in the frontier tournamnet. And it returns this Friday in some style as well with first placed China getting ready to face off against Netherlands in a match which promises to indulge us in a succulent brand of volleyball.
For China, the tournamnet couldn’t have augured any better. The only side to remain unscathed in the league, the upbeat China side have won all 8 of the matches they have contested in the world cup with seven of those wins seeing them side not even lose a single set on their way to ruthless performance. In all, they have squandered away just 2 sets while winning 24, a narrative which sees them move into the culminating stages of the league stage matches as firm favourites to top the points tally.
They emanated the same performance in their previous match against Kenya as well, a clash which was a foregone conclusion well before it began as well with China only affirming them as they swept the match 3-0. As they get ready to go at loggerheads against Netherlands today, the side should be able to put in another emphatic and profound performance to rake up their ninth win in succession in the league.
It’s a rhetoric which engulfs today’s clash owing to the nature of this Netherlands side. Although they find themselves in fourth place with the 5 wins from 8 matches, the three defeats have all comes against superior opponents with the side’s defensive gameplan clearly not adequate enough to result in a win for them. They managed to defeat Russia 3-0 in their previous match but it didn’t come easy with the side stretched by the Russians who took the first set to a deciding point at 26-20 and managed to score 20 points in the second as well.
Probable Playing 6
Xinyue Yuan, Ting Zhu (C), Xiangyu Gong, Yuanyuan Wang, Yingying Li, Ni Yan
Yvon Belien, Maret Balkestein-Grothues (C), Myrthe Schoot, Lonneke Slöetjes, Anne Buijs, Nicole Koolhaas
CHI-W vs NED-W Match Prediction
All of the matches China have played have resulted in straightforward wins for them and so should this one today. They are up against a side who have offered little in the way of halting opponents from scoring points with their inclination clearly lying in focusing their sojourns on attacking side of things.
It’s this open style of play which China thrive of, exploiting opponents who can’t block or come up with rebounds and should go onto muster a 3-0 win in their favour today.
FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Cup
Match Details: China Vs Netherlands
Date And Time: 27th September, Friday- 11:00am
Venue: Osaka Arena, Osaka
Television: FanCode, Volleyball TV
- Ting Zhu, Ni Yan
- Yvon Belien, Anne Buijs
- Ting Zhu
- Lonneke Slöetjes
Best Ball Blocker
- Ni Yan
- Yvon Belien
CHI-W vs NED-W Dream11 Team Libero
Netherland’s Megan Hoot has been the main libero for her side, playing out the majority of encounters without being largely substituted and she comes into our side for today’s pertinent clash. This position takes pivotal importance for her side today with her being asked to not only receive the ball adequately on ample occasions but return it articulately as well with China set to involve her heavily in this encounter.
CHI-W vs NED-W Dream11 Setter
We continue with the setter position by bringing in another player from Netherlands. Britt Bongaerts has ensured she’s set up play for her side in pristine fashion, dwindling her right and outside hitters with precision to allow them to send down some smashing returns and spikes to see her come into our side for this match.
CHI-W vs NED-W Dream11 Blocker
From here on, it’s all China for us for this impending encounter. It’s not so much due to a dearth of options from Netherlands but more so due to China’s performers, players who have gotten good displays to see their side sit in the position they are.
Xinyue Yuan comes into the blocker position for us for this encounter with the defender having been more than capable at curtailing attacks and positioning herself right infront of the net to ensure that the ball hasn’t been able to scour its way into her side’s backcourt.
CHI-W vs NED-W Dream11 Attacker
Both the right hitter and the outside hitter from China are opted by us, owing not just due to the points they have gotten but how vulnerable Netherlands have been in stalling attacking sorties as well. With 64 spikes, we are getting in Changing Zhang as the first player from the side along with Ting Zhu who has 111 attacking points, getting in both a good amount of spikes and digs.
CHI-W vs NED-W Dream11 Universal
The universal position is occupied by Xiangyu Gong, someone who has taken 67 digs along with being present while defending as well for her side to have gotten stuff blocks and rebounds as well. She should continue to play a two toned role for her side and put in another good display today as well to make her our pick in this facet.
CHI-W vs NED-W Dream11 Star Player
Ting is our side’s captain whilst Changing is being made the 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.