KSS Vs KRS Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: A win for a stuttering Krasnodar side sees them ease their way into second spot today
Three winless results prior to their win over Unal the last time around saw the end of Krasnodar’s title challenges in the 2019-20 of the Russian Premier League. The club saw the distance widen between itself and top spot widen its appalling and abysmal performances as the side lost control of its destiny at a moment which it should have doled out the finest performances of its season.
Those results not only took the steam out of the club’s designs of challenging for the glistening title but also saw them slip lose its stronghold on second position in the league. Fortuitously for them though, their chastening form was accompanied by a slump for second placed Lokomotiv Moscow as well, a plight which sees Kassondra remain adrift of second position.
A win for the side today takes them level on points with Lokomotiv Moscow and into second place by the barest margins of goal difference, a prize which will give them the needed momentum to register their second win on the bounce. And the side should have little qualms in fulfilling their ambitions with the club coming across a lax 15th place, relegation destined Samara side.
After a spin of some decent results, Samara reverted to regular manner the last time around. The 2-0 defeat not only curbed their unbeaten spree but also left them hammered in the relegation zone with the club currently the one point behind safety.
Their defeat the last time around was an epitome of their peril this season, a defeat which emotes towards how they’ll be schooled by a way superior Krasnodar opposition in this one.
Probable Playing 11
- Samara are going to be without the injured duo of Taras and Mehdi for the imminent encounter while all of Vladimir, Maxim and Dejan are out suspended for the side.
- Uros, Viktor, Ari, Dmitriy and Ruslan are all out of action with Krasnodar currently riddled with injuries.
Anton Shunin, Vladimir Rykov, Ivan Ordets, Anton Sosnin, Dmitri Skopintsev, Zaurbek Pliev, Artur Yusupov, Oscar Hiljemark, Joaozinho, Nikolay Komlichenko, Sebastian Szymanski
Matvey Safonov, Sergei Petrov, Kaio, Maksim Kutovoi, Manuel Fernandes, Shapi Suleymanov, Kristoffer Olsson, Aleksandr Chernikov, Daniil Utkin, Remy Cabella, Marcus Berg
Russian Premier League 2019-20
Match: Krylia Sovetov Samara Vs Krasnodar
Date And Time: 15th July, Wednesday- 8:30pm IST
Venue: Samara Arena, Samara
- Sobolev: 10 Goals, 3 Assists
- Berg: 7 Goals
Dynamo Moscow Vs Samara: 0-2
Krasnodar Vs Ural: 3-0
KSS Vs KRS Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Our Dream 11 side begins with the selection of Evgeni Frolov from Samara for the imminent encounter. Plying your skillset for a relegation slumped club is the not the easiest of task but Evgeni has hardly been deterred by the torrid nature of his side’s backline with the club coming out of the string of onslaughts he’s encounter undazed.
KSS Vs KRS Dream11 Defenders
Defence has played its part in this reasonably successful campaign for Krasnodar. The third placed side have made for a stern and mean defensive unit, a side that has let in a frugal 28 goals with side’s getting cold feet when approaching them.
And with Samara hardly the most well versed when it comes to giving superior sides a tough time, a cleansheet for the visiting team could easily transpire today. It’s a discourse which sees us immerse ourselves in all of their defenders with the attacking thrust of Sergey Petrov making him the first pick owing to his four assists.
The trio of Cristian Ramirez, Kaio Pantaleao and Aleksandr Martynovich joins up with three offering unstinted support to safeguard the side’s goal.
KSS Vs KRS Dream11 Midfielders
Where their defensive side of the game has been hailed, Krasnodar have really sent he laurels being serenaded their way owing to their attacking brand of football. The club has gone onto hit a staggering 45 goals this season to emerge as one of the most formidable and threatening attacking juggernauts, a side capable of ripping any team into shreds.
Their attacking soiree was on display unabedtly in the side’s 3-0 win the last time around, one they’ll draw inspiration from today. And the leading the side’s charge will be the guile of Manuel Fernandes to see us make him a must have pick from the side.
Samara on the other hand will see us indulge in the pick of Denis Popovic with the player having scored on three occasions for the side with the tenacious CDM Artiom Timofeev linking up with him for the fixture.
KSS Vs KRS Dream11 Strikers
The visiting team’s top scorer with 7 goals, Marcus Berg will become the first of two picks from the land of the side. He’s joined up by Shapi Suleymanov whose breath taking performances have entailed four goals and four assists while the opposition will see us move in for Anton Zinkovckiy, the side’s architect in chief with the 8 assists in his kitty.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Berg is going to be our captain owing to his 7 goals while Shapi is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Frolov, Ramirez, Petrov, Aleksandr, Kaio, Timofeev, Popovic, Manuel, Anton, Shapi, Berg
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