HUL Vs CHE Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Wobbling Chelsea court the FA Cup in search of much needed solace at a time of inconsistency
Chelsea’s flummoxed showings across the last couple of months extended to their last encounter. Whilst the 2-2 draw against Arsenal was a particularly calamitous one with the side managing to accrue the one point from the encounter in the Premier League, the result once again brought to light the slew of issues which have seen the side be embroiled in a ruckus off late.
Despite coming across a 10 man Arsenal team, Chelsea failed to capitalise on the man advantage. The side were once again lacklustre at taking their chances in attack while being haywire in defence, allowing an Arsenal side they should have put away with relative ease to salvage a draw from the contest.
It’s something Frank Lampard poke about at length as well proceeding the tie, affirming on the need for his side to instil a sense of semblance about their play at the moment. It’s something they’ll be looking to imbed in place when they go at loggerheads against Hull City for their fourth round FA Cup tie today.
Chelsea might have to toughen it out a bit here, but overall on quality, they have more than enough to proceed through to the next round. Their attacking component is composed of some worldclass names, players who know exactly what it takes to succeed on the biggest stage of them all and should be able to take the side through on the day.
Probable Playing 11
- Jon Toral, Stewart, Pennington, Elder and De Wijs are all set to be out of action for Hull City with the players nursing injury predicaments at the moment.
- Loftus-Cheek, Pulisic and Abraham are all going to sit this one out for Chelsea with the players yet to recover from their injuries.
Long, Lichaj, Tafazolli, Burke, Kingsley, Leonardo Lopes, Kane, Bowen, Irvine, Grosicki, Eaves
Caballero, Azpilicueta, Tomori, Zouma, Marcos Alonso, Barkley, Jorginho, Gilmour, Pedro, Mount, Batshuayi
FA Cup 2019-20
Match: Hull City Vs Chelsea FA Cup Fourth Round
Date And Time: 25th January, Saturday- 11:00pm IST
Venue: KCOM Stadium, Hull City
Television: Sony Ten 1/HD
- Long, Bowen, Irvine, Grosicki
- Azpilicueta, Tomori, Jorginho, Mount
Top Goal Scorer
- Bowen: 17 Goals, 5 Assists
- Abraham: 13 Goals, 3 Assists
Freekick And Corner Taker
Derby County Vs Hull City: 1-0
Chelsea Vs Arsenal: 2-2
HUL Vs CHE Dream11 Goal-Keeper
A massive reason for Chelsea’s plight at the moment has been down to Kepa’s horrendous showings in goal for them. The shot stopper will be given an off here with Willy Caballero being accorded duties of acting as the side’s watchdog in goal and given his ability to parry away a carnage of shots, the resolute goal-keeper becomes our pick for this one.
HUL Vs CHE Dream11 Defenders
Rudiger’s return to Chelsea’s backline has seen Fikayo Tomori being left out of favour in Chelsea’s playing 11 in the Premier League. However he’s set to return to the side for the FA Cup to see us move in with him owing to the affinity he holds for torching his path down the park as well.
Elsewhere from Hull City we are going in with the two names, both of them coming in owing to their radiant quality in attack. These are two players whose footprints are persistently seen in the side’s attacking travails, players who are likely to register either the one goal or assist in between them to see us move in for the duo of Ryan Tafazolli and Eric Lichaj.
HUL Vs CHE Dream11 Midfielders
Mason Mount was left out of the side’s playing 11 against Arsenal, something which should see the player begin roped in to play this contest. This is the ideal encounter for him to recover his diminished attacking touch with us envisaging his elevated role in attack seeing him pull off a tenacious performance today.
We’ll be sticking with Jorginho as well with the player having become a mainstay of Chelsea’s midfield this season with Matteo Kovacic accompanying him as well for the upcoming contest. Elsewhere, it’s just the singular pick from Hull City for us with us venturing in with Jackson Irvine for the day’s proceedings.
HUL Vs CHE Dream11 Strikers
Hull City’s leading scorer with the 17 goals and 5 assists, Jarro Bowen is going to be the first player to be inducted in our team for the day. With the 7 goals and 4 assists, he’s going to be paired up with Kamil Grosicki while from Chelsea we are completing our side with the pick of Michy Batshuayi.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Batshuayi is our captain today while Bowen 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 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.