Description: KHMK Vs VOL Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Bottom placed sides take on each other in a bid to forage their opening win in the league.
Today’s clash might be between the bottom two sides in the Russian Premier League 2020-21 but this fixture will by no means be bottom of the pile when it comes to the competitive and feisty brand of football we are set to be revelled in today. Given the behemoth ramifications stemming from the forthcoming affair, we could end up being in for a real tasty proposition on the day.
Without a win after their respective five contests, for both Khimki and Rotor Volgograd, today’s faceoff is the perfect opportunity to accrue three points which have eluded them all season long. Taking on a levelly balanced opposition for the first time in the league, either side will be fanciful of its chances of finally putting a stop to rot engulfing them.
And while this promises to be a closely contested affair, it’s the home side who are being touted to come out of this without a blemish. The side raked up its second draw and with it its second point in the league the last time around after levelling its matchup against Arsenal Tula 1-1.
KHMK Vs VOL Dream11 Probable Winner
With three defeats on the spin, Volgograd have registered the least number of points in the opening exchanges of the league. The side has made for a dreary and laggard opponent, a side which has offered absolutely nothing in both attack and defence.
And wen envisage their plight only furthering today with Khimki managing to squirm their way to a one goal win.
Probable Playing 11
- Evgeni misses out once again with the Khimki man struggling with a prolonged injury.
- Nikolay will see his injury rule him out from today’s impending action.
Ilya, Tikhiy, Idowu, Egor, Alexander, Artem, Aliev, Maksim, Aleksandr, Koryan, Valdimir
Aleksandr, Cedric, Oleg, Azat, Piskunov, Stepanov, Aleinik, Pesegov, Makarov, Mullin, Sultonov
Russian Premier League 2020-21
Match: Khimki Vs Volgograd
Date And Time: 29th August, Saturday- 10:30pm IST
Venue: Arena Khimki, Khimki
- Aliev: 1 Goal
- Mullin: 1 Goal
Arsenal Tula Vs Khimki: 1-1
Volgograd Vs Spartak Moscow: 0-1
Dream 11 Picks
When Volgograd prepared to go up against Spartak Moscow the last time around, the side found itself in a real soup. This was a tie which had all the makings of being a real routing for the side given their abject brand of defending.
However, fortunately for the club, the team managed to escape with only a 1-0 defeat. It was all down to Aleksandr Dovbnya who pulled off one of the most sensational bits of goal-keeping in the contest to make him a must have pick for us.
Although Khimki have been hit for seven goals in the league, this could easily end up being the contest where they accumulate the cleansheet which has evaded them for so long. They are up against a Volgograd side which has a measly two goals in the league, the least by any club at this stage.
It’s a side which finds itself in a pickle, one which has been left barking up the wrong tree when trying to string together attacking plays. It sees a trio represent us from Khimki, one made up of Dmitri Tikhiy, Egor Danilkin and Bryan Idowu.
In a team which has only three goals till now, Aleksandr Troshechkin finds himself responsible for one of them. And he can easily add to that figure today when he goes clashing heads with a side that has leaked in a horrid 8 goals.
Partnering up with him will be the electric and flair filled partnership of Artem Polyarus and Maksim Matusevich. Despite being part of a callous side, they have been in fluent touch, names who have consistently tried to fulfil the side’s designs of mustering up its opening win.
Where Khimki will be quietly confident of piling on the goals today, Volgograd know they can finally break wrench out of their impasse today as well. With Khimki having already let in seven goals, Volgograd will be looking to come hot out of the blocks to hurt a dormant Khimki defence.
The vibrant and vivid Sergei Makarov and Yevgeni Pesegov will be crucial to this narrative with both more than capable of effortlessly tailoring atleast the one goal in between them.
Scorer of 50% of his side’s goals, Kamil Mullin will be our pick from the visiting framework. Khimki on the other hand see their striker, Kamran Aliev be snagged by us owing to the one gaol he’s ushered his way for the side.
Captain And Vice-Captain
It’s that goal which sees Aliev be handed over our side’s captaincy while Aleksandr is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Lantratov, Putsko, Semenov, Bogosavac, Danilkin, Nenakhov, Roshi, Ivanov, Maksim, Aleksandr, Roshi
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