CRY Vs BOU Dream11 Team And Match Report: Placed adjacent in the points tally, three points hold massive stature for today’s opponents.
The hectic and congested schedule of the Premier League is finally upon us with gameweek 15 coming just a couple of days after gameweek 14 came to a conclusion. And beginning things in this rigorous round of encounters are Crystal Palace and Bournemouth, two sides for whom the ramifications from today’s encounter are gargantuan.
Sitting in 11th and 12th place respectively in the points tally, for both of these sides, the ongoing campaign of the showpiece league has been a lacklustre affair. While both have indulged us in glimpses of what they are truly capable of, neither has managed to imbed in a place a set of meaningful results to make massive strides in the points tally.
It’s a narrative which can be easily augured for Bournemouth’s current set of results, ones which have left them agonising and languishing in the trenches of the points tally. After what began as a reasonably solid start for the side, the team have shambolically fallen apart and lost their way with three defeats in row with the most recent being a 3-2 defeat against Tottenham.
Elsewhere, Crystal Palace managed to wrench out of their ordeal the last time around as the side defeated Burnley 2-0 to curb a three match losing spree. It was a win which took them to 11th place with the 18 points, the 2 above Bournemouth, a distance they’ll be looking to further when the two sides go at loggerheads today.
Probable Playing 11
- David Brooks, Junior Stanislas, Charlie Daniels, Andrew Surman, and Lloyd Kelly are all set to be sidelined for the visiting side for this prevalent clash given pertinent injury issues.
Guaita, Kelly, Tomkins, Sakho, Patrick Van Aanholt, Townsend, McArthur, Milivojevic, Kouyate, Zaha, Ayew
Ramsdale, Francis, Cook, Ake, Diego Rico, Groeneveld, Lerma, Billing, Wilson, Solanke, C Wilson
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Crystal Palace Vs Bournemouth
Date And Time: 4th December, Wednesday- 1:00am IST
Venue: Selhurst Park, London
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD
- Guaita, Kelly, Riedewald, Milivojevic
- Ramsdale, Diego Rico, Groeneveld, C Wilson
Top Goal Scorer
- Ayew: 4 Goals
- Wilson: 6 Goals
Freekick And Corner Taker
Crystal Palace Vs Bournemouth: 5-3
CRY Vs BOU Dream11 Goal-Keeper
We begin with Aaron Ramsdale from Bournemouth for this one. At a time when Bournemouth had surprisingly been staunch in defence to now putting in appalling defensive performances, Aaron Ramsdale and his stern brand of goal-keeping has remained a constant with the shot topper pulling off a slew of extradonaire saves for his side.
CRY Vs BOU Dream11 Defenders
Although both the sides are vulnerable in defence, more so Bournemouth, today’s encounter might end up being a tightly contested affair between the two sides. Both know a defeat today will be massively damaging to their aspirations of making strides in the points tally and are bound to come out and venture tentatively in this outing.
We begin with Diego Rico from Bournemouth, a player who has grown n statue to become a stalwart performer for the side this season. The wingback comes in not only owing to hs defensive attributes but also given the way he persistently gallops his way down the park as well to find himself consistently involved in the side’s attacking soirees.
Chris Mepham and Jack Stacey are also being brought in by us while from Crystal Palace we are moving in with Martin Kelly. The defender was accorded a chance owing to injuries the least time around but given his solid display which helped the side imbed in place a cleansheet, he looks likely to be in the playing 11 for this affair as well.
CRY Vs BOU Dream11 Midfielders
After scoring in two games on the bounce now and given how lacklustre and lopsided Bournemouth have been in defence recently, Crystal Palace’s Wilfred Zaha was always going to be an instant selection for us. His captain, Luka Milivojevic comes into our side as well from the home setup given his role in taking corners, freekicks and penalties for the side.
The trio of picks from the side are brought to an end by James McCarthy whilst from the other side of the docket we are venturing in with the returning Jefferson Lerma and Philip Billing. The two CDMs return from injury could end up being a blessing for the side with the two set to massively propel their defensive gameplan and screen their goal from the attacking layups transpired their way.
CRY Vs BOU Dream11 Strikers
Callum Wilson has immensely regressed in form, a player whose downward spiral can be alluded to the side’s decline in form as well. However with 5 goals in the league, he continues to remain the biggest threat from Bournemouth to retain his place in our Dream 11 side for this one.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Wilson will also be our side’s captain for the day whilst we are making Zaha 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.