CRY vs EVE Dream11 : After a hectic transfer window, Everton look to convert their slew of signings into a solid outfit with the club looking to massive strides this season
Ahead of their upcoming opening encounter in the 2019-20 instalment of the Premier League, the one thing which Everton have made clearly apparent is the massive aspirations the club have from this season. The side ended up investing heavily in their squad, adding some stellar names to an already well-rounded outfit in a bid to make massive strides in the league table this season.
With the club looking to build a new 500 million stadium as well in the next couple of years, a wordclass facility to house over 50,000 people, for Everton this season could end up being a pivotal one. The calibre of the side is undoubtable, making them one of the few sides out of the top 6 who have the potential to break into the top 6 spots, something the side will have on their agenda for the new season.
And today’s encounter against Crystal Palace brings with it the first test for Everton as they go away in pursuit of their first win of the campaign. Crystal Palace have had a completely opposing transfer window to Everton’s, seeing Aaron-Wan Bissaka and Michy Batshuayi depart the club along with Wilfred Zaha wanting to exit as well. Although the side ended up holding onto Zaha, things are not well between the two parties, an impasse which could end up hampering the side’s performance today.
Having strengthened in all the three facets of their formation, getting in Sidibe in the rightback slot, Andre Gomes in midfield along with a couple of other good players, Everton look to be a formidable outfit this season. They enter this match bearing a completely opposing identity to Crystal Palace who look bereft of options in the attacking side of things, a side who could end up suffering due to their lack of goal scorers.
What is a problem though for Everton is the fact that with this being an away match for them, they could find it tough to break past Crystal Palace’s defence. For us, this match will be decided by extremely small margins with Everton just about scraping through with a one goal win.
Probable Playing 11
- Benjamin Mendy and Leroy Sane are injured with knee injuries and ruled out of this encounter for Manchester City.
Vicente Guaita, Joel Ward, Patrick van Aanholt, Scott Dann, Martin Kelly, Luka Milivojevic, Maximilian Meyer, Wilfried Zaha, James McArthur, Andros Townsend, Christian Benteke, Connor Wickham
Jordan Pickford, Lucas Digne, Yerry Mina, Seamus Coleman, Michael Keane, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Gbamin, Bernard, André Gomes, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison
Match: Crystal Palace Vs Everton
Date And Time: 10th August, Sunday- 7:30pm IST
Venue: Selhurst Park, London
Where To Watch: Star Sports Select 1/HD
- Vicente Guaita, Luka Milivojevic, Wilfried Zaha, Connor Wickham
- Lucas Digne, Gylfi Sigurdsson, André Gomes, Richarlison
CRY vs EVE Dream 11 Picks
Goal-Keeper for CRY vs EVE Dream11
Our goal-keeper selection only came down to the shot stopper expected to face the more amount of shots, seeing us opt for Crystal Palace’s Vicente Guaita. His goal is going to be absolutely plundered today and expect him to come up with a solid contribution in terms of save points.
Defenders for CRY vs EVE Dream11
Both the fullbacks are our pick from Everton, a side who could easily emerge from this encounter with a cleansheet to their name. Lucas Digne at leftback and Seamus Coleman at leftback are also players who will get down into the opposition’s half and can easily come up with an assist in this match given the style of football Everton play.
We have also picked out CB Yerry Mina from the side with us expecting Everton to register a cleansheet today or atleast be the side conceding the fewer amount of goals in this match. The only player selected by us from Crystal Palace is Joel Ward.
Midfielders for CRY vs EVE Dream11
Having signed a new three year contract at the club, Crystal Palace Luka Milivojevic comes into our side for this encounter. A major reason for selecting him for this encounter was the fact that he’ll be involved heavily in the side’s freekicks and is their penalty taker as well. With the introduction of VAR this season, Milivojevic could see himself get a rich haul of goals through penalties, ones he’s shown he’s more than adept at taking with a glistening conversion record.
Wilfred Zaha also comes in from the side for us with him one of the select few players the side still have at their disposal who can conjure up a goal for the side. Elsewhere fro Everton we have picked out Gylfi Siggurdson and both their right and left wingers with Richarlison and Bernard both being selected by us.
Everton are going to absolutely pepper Crystal Palace with their attacking soirees and with Crystal Palace having garner only 20 points at home in the previous season, a record only worsened by relegated Huddersfield, expect these three to get atleast one goal.
Strikers for CRY vs EVE Dream11
New signing Keane should not start this one, meaning Dominick Calvert-Lewin will get to play as the lone striker for Everton for this one, seeing him complete our Dream 11 side.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Bernard is selected as our captain for this match while Richarlison is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match, their performances in recent time, how the two teams have fared in the footballing fraternity over the course of the last year 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 who are expected to dole out the maximum points.