ENG Vs MNG Dream11 Team, Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Winless Montenegro take on group toppers England in yet another dicey encounter for the side.
A mere three draws from seven matches for Montenegro including the four defeats to go with them have seen the side languishing in fourth position in Group A. Only above Bulgaria by the smallest of goal differences, as the side get ready to play their final encounter today, they’ll be looking to muster up some kind of a meaningful display and show they are more than just the pushovers they have become.
While the side will have aspirations of folding down their journey in stupendous fashion, things are going to be far from easy from them when they take on England today. Coming into today’s encounter having been defeated 2-0 by Kosovo, the side have gone onto ship the 15 goals while crafting a paltry three goals in return to make for horrid viewing.
And with England needing the mere point to assure themselves of progression into Euro 2020, the side will be looking to clamp down when they take on an opponent who have offered little in the way of a challenge. The side will be looking to not only seal qualification today and further assert themselves of first place which they occupy with the five wins from six matches but also put in a riveting performance in what will be the 1000th match the side will be playing in the football fraternity.
Probable Playing 11
- Raheem Sterling has been dropped for today’s encounter after getting involved in a brawl with Joe Gomez whilst Ross Barkley misses out for England due to his ongoing injury problem.
- Adam Marusic and Aleksandar Scekic are both ruled out for the visiting side with the two having sustained injuries prior to the encounter.
Pickford (GK), Alexander-Arnold, Maguire, Mings, Chilwell, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Rice, Mount, Sancho, Kane, Rashford
Petkovic (GK), Vesovic, Lagator, Simic, Radunovic, Hocko, Vukcevic, Boljevic, Jovovic, Haksabanovic, Mugosa
UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying Round
Match: England Vs Montenegro Group A
Date And Time: 15th November, Friday- 1:15am IST
Venue: Wembley Stadium, London
Where To Watch: Sony Ten 1/HD
- Chilwell, Mount, Wilson, Kane
- Petkovic, Vesovic, Hocko, Mugosa
ENG vs MNG Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Playing at home, England are set to come hot out of the blocks today and put in a resounding attacking display, one which sees them pummel a lopsided opposition with ease. It sees us bring in Montenegro’s shot stopper, Danijel Petkovic for this one given the hoard of save points he’s likely to pull off to make him a safe option from the unit.
ENG vs MNG Dream11 Defenders
Although England have been extremely dismal at the back in their recent encounters to see the side be berated for the kind of defensive setup they have gone with, Southgate has shifted to more deserving players recently. Facing immense pressure to opt for players who are performing at the club level has massively benefited England and paired with the disgruntled identity of their opponents, a cleansheet looks extremely likely for England today.
It sees us bring in an entire trivalent of picks from the side in the form of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ben Chilwell and Harry Maguire.
ENG vs MNG Dream11 Midfielders
We have gone in with the two main attacking players from England, myriad performers who’ll be intertwining their skill set in unison to judiciously thrive infront of a lopsided defence. Mason Mount and Jadon Sancho are set to be heavily involved in England’s attacking travails, a duo which will be using the worldclass attributes imbedded in it to come up with a haord of goals and assists today.
From the opposition meanwhile we are choosing a trio of options in this department as we look to compensate for the selections from the visiting side over here. It’s a seamless blend of function and grace as we opt for both the attacking and defensively inclined players from the outfit in the form of Marko Vesovic, Aleksandar Boljevic and Sead Haksabanovic.
ENG vs MNG Dream11 Strikers
Where Harry Kane has endured a howler of a time for Tottenham this season, the striker has continued to thrive for England given the identity of the sides he’s come up against. Montenegro is one such unit, a side against whom the striker should herald in a slew of goals today to make him an instant option for this match.
Marcus Rashford comes in as well from the hosts to bring an end to our Dream 11 outfit for the prevelant affair.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Little deliberations in making Kane our side’s captain while Rashford is selected 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.