CHN-W Vs GER-W Dream11 Prediction: The SportsRush brings you the Dream11 prediction between China and Germany women’s team.
China will take on Germany in the second game of the women’s world cup at Roazhon Park, Rennais. Germany are currently second in the FIFA ranking and head into this game as favourites against 16th placed China.
The United States are the successful team in the tournament, followed by Germany with two titles. Their last win came twelve years before and they will be in total hunger to write history again. They have a formidable side and anything less than a triumph will be considered as a failure for the Germans.
On the other hand, it’s been a while since China have even played the final. The Asian lastly featured in the finals in 1999, where they ended up as runners up to the United States. They are underdogs and could cause problems to some team teams because of the quality available at stake.
In this article, we shall look at the Dream11 prediction between China and Germany’s Women team.
China Women’s team Vs Germany Women’s team Dream11 Team
Almuth Schult: In the last four games, Schult has managed to keep four clean sheets for Germany. The team has struggled against fast-paced sides and they are likely to shut down the attack of China. She makes plenty of saves and Schult will be pivotal in keeping the score intact for the Germans.
Leonie Maier: Leonie Maier is one of the finest full-backs in the world. The German International makes plenty of tackles and covers up the defence excellently. She likes to bomb forward and create havoc in the final third. She has scored 10 goals in 69 appearances for the nation.
Johanna Elsig: Johanna Elsig has been in and out of the German side over the last few years. Since she possesses versatility by playing as centre-back or left-back, she is seen as an integral cog of the team. She wins plenty of duels in the backline and is not a good creator for the side although. She is yet to open the account, but has a threat from the set pieces.
Lin Yuping: Lin Yuping is an important member of China’s backline. The 27-year-old has been a loyal servant for the club over the last few years and will continue to protect the defence in this world cup. She can pick out passes from the back and nick goals from long rangers.
Liu Shanshan: Liu Shanshan operates through the left back for China. She has one assist to her name in 10 games, but has a surreal attacking threat to nick goals and assists further up the pitch. She is also a source of a creator for China as her creativity is integral to the team’s system.
Dzsenifer Marozsan (VC): Dzsenifer Marozsan is an attacking midfielder for Germany. She likes to get inside the box, more often than not and score an abundance of goals. The German has 32 goals in 90 appearances for her nation. As the numbers suggests, she has an immense effect on the final third and will continue to be the same.
Tan Ruyin: Tan Ruyin likes to sit back with the defence and dictate the play from the back. She has one only goal from 42 appearances for her country, but makes plenty of tackles in the middle of the pitch. Not only does she make, but wins plenty to keep the game flowing going even in tough circumstances.
Gu Yasha: Similar to Ruyin, long-term Gu Yasha is the midfield cog for China. Yasha is primarily a box-to-box midfielder and likes to get forward when her team is fully assured at the back. She has scored 11 goals in 123 appearances for China and will keep her place in the starting lineup.
Sara Dabritz: Sara Dabritz is a number six, but she will play as an attacking midfielder if needed. She has played high up the pitch mostly and likes to contribute towards the final third. She is the primary set-piece taker and has scored 10 goals in 60 games for Germany. Marozsan and Dabritez have an eye for goal from long range.
Alexandra Popp (C): Alexandra Popp is one of the finest goalscoring striker in the world currently. She has scored 46 goals from 96 games and likes to create in the final third of the pitch. She possesses an extraordinary vision to make things happen and likes to track back more often as well.
Wang Shanshan: Wang Shanshan is not as prolific as Popp in front of the goal, but has the tendency to change games at times. She has scored only 10 goals in 70 games, but she helps others with extraordinary movement. She will start up front for China.
Disclaimer: This team is made on the basis of our research for the game. This XI is what we think would work – you’re free to choose your own XI.