KRS Vs SEV Fantasy Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: A win for Sevilla earns them promotion into the ensuing round.
Unbeaten in Group E of the Champions League, Sevilla will be looking to further take their winning record forward to three wins on the spin come their skirmish in the tournament today. Up against Russia based Krasnodar, Sevilla make a foray into the affair with many touting them to seal their safe passage into the next round with the three points.
Where Sevilla have been going from strength to strength in the group as they looking to finally shun their aberrations in the Champions League, Krasnodar have kept dwindling with each passing contest. In third place with just a draw to show for their troubles, the club will be relegated to fighting it out for an Europa League spot with a defeat today.
While they did manage to make life extremely cumbersome for Sevilla the last time these two took on each other, we envision this being a more straightforward and simpler win for the Spaniards. Krasnodar have just the one win in their last six clashes, a side which is fast on a downward spiral into oblivion.
KRS Vs SEV Fantasy Probable Winner
While Krasnodar will be looking to draw inspiration from the 3-2 humdinger these two were involved in the last time this showdown was held, the Russians will fail to once again get past the finishing line today.
Probable Playing 11
- The hosts will be without the injured Dmitriy for the day’s matchup.
- Yassine and Carlos are both injured for Sevilla while Navas is suspended.
Safonov, Ramirez, Martyovich, Kaio, Chernov, Gazinskiy, Vilhena, Olsson, Cabella, Sabua, Berg
Vaclik, Escudero, Kounde, Carlos, Acuna, Rakitic, Gudelj, Jordan, Ocampos, De Jong, Munir
Champions League 2020-21
Match: Krasnodar Vs Sevilla Group E
Date And Time: 24th November, Tuesday- 11:25pm IST
Venue: Krasnodar Stadium, Krasnodar
- Berg: 1 Goal
- Youssef: 2 Goals
Despite letting in three goals when these two last met, Matvey Safonov was hailed for his performance on the day. He was the only reason Sevilla were kept at bay in the second half with his saves allowing Krasnodar a way back into the contest.
The two goals Sevilla allowed the Russians to score against them were uncharacteristic of the side’s defence. This is a team which has over the years taken on the shape of a staunch and stringent defensive unit, a backline which has two cleansheets in three encounters this term.
The club always looks good for a shut down to see us opt for Jules Kounde, Diego Carlos and Sergio Escudero from the side.
Having scored on the one occasion for Sevilla in the tournament, Ivan Rakitic has done well in his second innings at the club. A reason why he’s been allowed to express himself freely and get a free hand to canter up the park is due to Fernando Francisco Reges who has not only covered for Rakitic but done all the dirty work for the club.
Lucas Ocampos can easily end up filling his shoes with a string of goals against a side which has been torn into shreds. The hosts on the other hand will be represented by Tonny Vilhena who has the one assist for the side with the imperious Kristoffer Olsson linking up with him.
The club’s leading scorer with the one strike, striker Marcus Berg wraps up our set of picks from the home unit. The visitors meanwhile will see Luke de Jong who has the one goal bring down the curtains on our proceedings for the encounter.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Luke’s goal sees him captain our team with Ocampos being the vice-captain.
Safonov, Acuna, Carlos, Escudero, Ivan, Lucas, Vilhena, Fernando, Olsson, Berg, Jong
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