IRA vs JPN Dream11 Team Prediction: Iran make for easy opponents for unstoppable Japan in Sunday’s concluding encounter.
There is just no stopping the Japanese at the moment. The hosts have descended on the 2019 edition of the FIVB Volleyball World Cup in gargantuan fashion, stamping their authority on the marquee tournamnet to go on an ever rising ascendancy and give the ardent and avid home support much to enjoy and revel in.
It didn’t begin in such a scrumptious way for the side today. They were riddled by inconsistencies and regular defeats to win the two and lose the two for their opening four matches but have ever since then gone onto record four wins in succession to hammer down their position in the echelons of the points tally.
Having made their stature clear as a staunch outfit, Japan will be now looking to further climb up the ranks of the league standings and try to seal as high a finish as plausible for then. Currently in fourth position, the side know they can’t afford to lose a single match if they are to find themselves end in one of the medal spots and will be looking to rout a sorry and languishing Iran side come today.
Where Japan have been enjoying themselves in the tournament, defeating Egypt 3-2 in their previous match, Iran on the other hand have not had things as easy for themselves. They were put down by an inferior Argentina side in their bygone clash, a 3-2 defeat which saw their defence explode and see the match go down into its decider set, one the side ended up slipping in as they lost 3-2.
Probable Playing VI
Yuhi Ishikawa, Taishi Onodera, Yuji Nishida, Tatsuya Fukazawa, Masahiro, T Yamamoto
Porya Yali, Milad Ebadipour Ghara H, Aliasghar Mojarad, Javad Karimisouchelmaei, Purya Fayazi D, Ali Shafiei
Japan – Yuhi Ishikawa
Iran – Milad Ebadipour Ghara H
Japan – Taishi Onodera
Iran – Aliasghar Mojarad
IRA vs JPN Dream11 Libero
Iran’s Mohammadreza Hazratpourtalatappeh comes into our side in the libero position due to two reasons. While the blocker has held down fort for his side with some resilient displays in the backcourt, he’s also going to play an integral part infront of an unforgiving Japanese side.
Iran has been way too vulnerable to collapsing and losing their way while defending and they’ll be needing their libero to yet again imbed in place a flawless display and come up with impeccable returns and picks.
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IRA vs JPN Dream11 Setter
With Iran shuffling way too much with the sitter position, we have Japan’s Mashairo Sekita come into this slot for us. The sitter is one of the least scoring players in dream 11 with his role being limited down to assists but when it comes to the court he holds a pivotal position for his side, being someone who needs to layup the ball in the right zones, something Sekita is capable of.
IRA vs JPN Dream11 Blocker
We are going in with Masoud Gholami from Iran for this clash due to the tenacity displayed by the blocker for Iran in recent times. Japan’s match against Egypt showed that the side can be pushed and clattered with their attacking sorties will capable of curtailing, something Masoud Gholami is more than adept at delivering with his stuff blocks and rebounds.
IRA vs JPN Dream11 Attacker
All of Japan’s consummate success has come in the wake of their attacking sorties, one in which Yuki Ishikawa has taken the onus on himself to lead the side in. he’s been unquenchable, someone whose never ending famish to pick up attacking points has seen him come up with a slew of attacking points which stand at 105 spikes and 59 shots as things stand to make him an instant pick for us over here.
IRA vs JPN Dream11 Universal
Giving him pinch perfect assistance has been Yuji Nishida with the 99 attacks to see him find a spot in our side as well. What has made heads turn and see people take note of his titillating display have not just been his attacking acumen though the player being a watchdog for the side with his all round game to emerge with the 18 serves and 6 blocks as well.
A player akin to him is Iran’s Porya Ali, picking up 94 attacks, 4 blocks and 2 serves to see the universal become the last player to come into our side and wrap up proceedings for this clash.
We have decided to venture in with Yuji as our side’s captain while Ali is our vice-captain for this one.
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.