ENG vs GER Dream11 Prediction Team: Potential number 4 decider sees two inconsistent sides faceoff in London
With the matches coming in thick and fast in the FIH Pro League, the onus to put on the riveting displays and come up with the meticulous performances couldn’t be any more vital. And there are no sides better than Great Britain and Germany, our two opponents for the day to describe this narrative better.
Defeating Netherlands 3-1 away from home, England not only pulled off the improbable but also managed to curtain a calamitous four match losing spree which threatened to push them out of the top 4. Not only did it stop their aberration but also put much needed breathing space between themselves and Netherlands, giving them massive assurance in their number 4 spot.
Back in their home comfort, England will be looking to make it two wins on the bounce against a Germany side who’ve perhaps been even more inconsistent than them. Allowing their defence to be breached way too easily, the Germans managed to defeat Belgium in their previous encounter as they hanged onto the smallest of straws to win 5-4.
The last time these two sides had met was more than a month back with both the sides squaring off in what was a skirmish of a match. England eventually managed to huff and puff towards a 1-0 win, one which looks extremely crucial now.
Probable Winner for ENG vs GER Dream11
Both sides are carrying immense momentum into this match and it’s what promises to make this a real cracker of an encounter. Adding to that will be the 4 points difference which separates them with Germany knowing an outright win on the day would help them keep snapping at England’s heels.
This is going to be an edge of the seat thriller but we see England making the most of Germany’s lapses at the back. The German outfit is known for languishing in the closing stages and England show capitalise on that to come out winners from this.
Goal-Keeper for ENG vs GER Dream11
In a match which looks set to be decided by the odd goal, the goal-keepers will be of huge importance to both the sides. And it’ll be England’s George Pinner we’ll be going in for the match with Germany’s ability to falter infront of goal one of the biggest talking points of the tournament.
Defenders for ENG vs GER Dream11
19 goals scored by Germany in their four matches and England managing to shut down the formidable Netherlands attack to the one goal. It’s an equation which points towards one extremely likely proposition, that of England keeping a cleansheet and we are going to earmark their defenders for this department.
Adam Dixon, Brendan Creed and Michael Hoare are our trio of players we have accorded our faith in. The three have stepped up to the table massively this edition of the coveted tournament and should once again against Germany who lack clinical finishing.
We are not going to go empty handed and without German players either. Penalty corner taker and a more than often converter of them, Tom Grambush finds his way into our side with us expecting him to be fruitful in the setups of the Germany side.
Midfielders for ENG vs GER Dream11
There has perhaps been anyone more consistent and flawless than Phil Roper for England. He has ensured he time and time again puts on a show filled with perseverance, determination and resolve and against Germany the script will be no different. He comes in with David Ames.
Germany will see Niklas Wellen, Constantin Staib and Tim represent us. He just don’t have any kind of trust in their strikers and want to load up on as many players from their side as possible here.
Forwards for ENG vs GER Dream11
Last time’s star performer for the hosts, Sam Ward comes in for us. Germany are likely to concede and with Sam being handed the responsibility of leading the line on his own, he should get on the end of some well worked passes and moves.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Roper is going to be our captain for this match while Dixon in defence is our selected vice-captain.
FIH Pro League
Match: Great Britain Vs Germany
Date And Time: 7th June, Friday- 12:00am IST
Venue: Lee Valley Sports And Tennis Centre, England