EGY vs JPN Dream11 : Japan’s ascendancy looks set to continue today when they face off against a despondent Egypt side
Two sides, completely opposing records and league positions, enough to tell us what today’s encounter between Japan and Egypt is going to be all about. Where Japan are climbing the ranks of the points tally with the 5 wins to their name, Egypt are regressing on the other hand with 5 defeats, a completely opposing set of events which are set to make this encounter as one-sided a one as it gets.
After beginning the showpiece tournamnet in lacklustre fashion with a string of defeats finding their way after ever win for the side, the hosts have done extremely well to galvanise their campaign. Handed a favourable set of fixtures over the course of the last few days, the side have been relentless and ruthless, capitalising on the encounters at hand to go on a rampant precedence.
They last played against Russia, a win which was a comprehensive one on Thursday with the home side sweeping through to a 3-1 result to dominate a flailing Russia outfit. It saw them make it three wins in succession, a spree of form which makes for sordid viewing for an Egypt side which finds itself pummelled into the trenches of the league standings in 10th place.
The outfit have managed to win just the two matches, being put down by sides who have found it all too easy to curb them and maraud their way to runaway wins. Their previous showing against Poland perfectly emphasised everything wrong with the unit with the side not only failing to halt the opposition’s attacking sorties but putting on an atrocity riddled display in attack as well to see the side go down 3-0 and fall to their 5th defeat.
Probable Playing 6
Yuhi Ishikawa, Taishi Onodera, Yuji Nishida, Tatsuya Fukazawa, Masahiro, T Yamamoto
Ahmed Shafik, Ahmed Abdelhay, Mohamed Masoud, Abdallah Abdalsalam Abdallah Bekhit, Omar Hassan, Hossam Abdalla
FIVB Volleyball World Cup
Match Details: Japan Vs Egypt
Date And Time: 11th October, Friday- 3:50pm
Venue: Nagano, Japan
Television: FanCode, Volleyball TV
- Yuhi Ishikawa, Taishi Onodera
- Ahmed Shafik, Ahmed Abdelhay
- Yuhi Ishikawa
- Ahmed Abdelhay
Best Ball Blocker
- Taishi Onodera
- Mohamed Masoud
EGY vs JPN Dream11 Libero
Over the course of the last few matches, Japan have finally been able to nail down on the libero position, making Tomohiro Yamamoto their main player for this facet. He has not only occupied the docket with perfection but has become an integral part of the side’s consummate success with his succulent performances seeing him hold for the outfit in the backcourt when it comes to defence.
EGY vs JPN Dream11 Setter
Abdallah Abdalsalam Abdallah Bekhit has kept waging a lone battle for his side in their attacking travails, laying up the ball for his side immaculately to allow the hitters all the room, time and precision in the world. In the 440 running and still sets he’s crafted for his side, the player has emerged with a mere 1 fault, making him an instant pick for this one.
EGY vs JPN Dream11 Blocker
Where Egypt have lacked in defence, the side have been equally regressive in attack as well, allowing sides to halt them in their ambit of pulling off attack points. It’s been a torrid performance from them and with Japan on the uprise when it comes to defence, Egypt are only going to find it tougher to pull off attacking points today.
This sees us make Japan’s Taishi Onodera our pick for this encounter with the middle blocker having grown in stature with the 13 stuff blocks and 35 rebounds to imbed in place a piquant brand of defensive volleyball.
EGY vs JPN Dream11 Attackers
We have the two players come into this segment of our side, getting in the one apiece from their side. We begin with Japan’s Yuki Ishikawa who with 82 spikes and 49 shots has emerged as the fulcrum of his side’s attack, a player who has borne the brunt of delivering incisive performances in attack for his side on a consistent basis.
Elsewhere if Egypt are going to have any success in today’s encounter, they’ll need Ahmed Shafik to show his mettle yet again and emulate the same all round displays which have made him so successful. Not only does he have 76 attacking points with has 7 serves and 55 assists to go with them, manifesting his penchant to canter in every facet to snag a slew of points.
EGY vs JPN Dream11 Universal
Yuji Nishida from Japan brings the proceedings down for our Dream 11 side for this prevelant clash with his 83 points, 13 serves and 4 blocks seeing him be a testament to the role of universal for his outfit. He’s truly encapsulated everything asked of an all-rounder, a player who has been integral to Japan’s consummate success and we envisage him manoeuvring his way to another high score today.
Nishida will be our captain for the forthcoming clash while we are going in with Ishikawa as 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.