CRY Vs BHA Dream11 Team, Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Depleted Crystal Palace look to show reslliance against a resurgent Brighton outfit today.
With almost their entire backline out injured at the moment, Crystal Palace’s will, valour and resolve across the course of the bygone gameweeks has stood tall. The stomach for a fight the side has shown and their ability to punch above their weight in appalling times has made for a gripping sight, reslliance the side will be looking to reverberate come today’s encounter as well.
At a time of peril for the club, the side has emerged with three cleansheets in a row to remain unbeaten in their last three matches and make massive strides in the league standings. The 0-0 draw against Watford did curtail their spree of two wins but with the side currently unscathed to find themselves in 10th place, it’s clear the side have thrived despite their apathy owing to the spate of injuries.
And it’s something Brighton will be extremely wary of when they go at loggerheads against Crystal Palace today. Brighton themselves are resurgent at the moment with the club pulling off a well deserved 2-2 draw against Wolverhampton the last time around to somewhat slump out of their regressing form.
However, in 13th place as things stand, the visiting side will be clearly looking to start going on a winning spree as they look to make amends for what has been a lacklustre last month in the showpiece league. And they’ll be looking to capitalise on Crystal Palace’s paper thin defence come today’s closing encounter of gameweek 17, a match which looks to be contested extremely tightly and fiercely.
Probable Playing 11
- Jose Izquierdo and Solly March have sustained injuries and are set to be ruled out for this encounter for the visitors.
Vicente Guaita (GK), Martin Kelly, James Tomkins, Gary Cahill, Jairo Riedewald, Andros Townsend, Cheikhou Kouyate, Luke Milivojevic, James McArthur, Wilfried Zaha, Jordan Ayew
Matt Ryan (GK), Steven Alzate, Adam Webster, Lewis Dunk, Dan Burn, Davy Propper, Yves Bissouma, Aaron Mooy, Pascal Gross, Neal Maupay, Leandro Trossard
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Crystal Palace Vs Brighton
Date And Time: 17th December, Tuesday- 1:30am IST
Venue: Selhurst Park, London
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD
- Vicente Guaita, Martin Kelly, Jairo Riedewald, Luka Milivojevic
- Matt Ryan, Lewis Dunk, Aaron Mooy, Leandro Trossard
Top Goal Scorer
- Jordan Ayew: 4 Goals
- Lewis Dunk: 2 Goals
Freekick And Corner Taker
- Luka Milivojevic
- Aaron Mooy
Crystal Palace Vs Brighton: 1-2
CRY Vs BHA Dream11 Goal-Keeper
At a time when he’s been provided with little support infront of him, Crystal Palace’s Vicente Guaita has stepped upto the mantle for his side. The shot stopper has pulled of stunning saves, ones which have alluded to his expansive skill set as a player to see him find a place in our setup for this encounter.
CRY Vs BHA Dream11 Defenders
What has impressed immensely from Crystal Palace is the vigour, fight and character the side have shown in a period when things couldn’t have unravelled for them further when it comes to injuries. Despite being left distraught with their main defenders riddled with injuries, the side have managed to muster up fortitude, determination and resistance to register three cleansheets in succession to see us repose faith in their backline for this one as well.
And someone who has stood tall amongst his counterparts has been Martin Kelly, someone who has been more than willing to slot into his makeshift rightback role. Elsewhere, from Brighton we are moving in with an entire trivalent of selections in defence, not only owing to their innate ability to maraud down the park but given Crystal Palace’s drab showings in attack recently as well.
Club captain Lewis Dunk becomes our first pick with the two goals to his name with CB Adam Webster and LB Dan Burn giving him company for the encounter.
CRY Vs BHA Dream11 Midfielders
Ever since being made a mainstay of his side’s attacking travails, someone who has shown how integral a component of his side he is has been Brighton’s Aaron Mooy. The side’s previous two stellar showings have been largely given birth by Mooy’s stunning ability to keep galloping down the park with a meaningful attacking contribution to see us get him in our unit.
Pascal Gross is also being imbedded in our setup for the day while from Crystal Palace on the other hand we are getting in an entire trio. We begin with Jairo Riedewald, someone for whom this match could be a defining moment as the player gets a chance to come out and get a chance for his side at the leftback role.
Captain Luka Milojevic joins hi with the player being exceptional when it comes to stepping upto take penalties with Wilfred Zaha partnering him up to wrap up our side for this upcoming clash.
CRY Vs BHA Dream11 Strikers
Just the one name to finds its way in our side for the day with Brighton’s Aaron Connolly bringing an end to our Dream 11 side for this forthcoming match.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Mooy comes in to represent us as our side’s captain whilst Dunk will be our vice-captain for the day.
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.