LAK vs MUN Dream11 Team, Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Austrian leaders strive to pull off a substantial lead when they play infront of their raucous home supporters today.
At a time when matches and sporting events are being suspended and delayed left, right and centre owing to the Coronavirus outbreak across the work, this Europa League encounter has managed to withstand the test of time. With the illness not substantially severe enough in Austria and England at the moment, today’s clash between LASK and Manchester United is all set to go through.
And LASK will be looking to use today’s encounter as a potentially defining tie in the doubleheader with the side needing to emerge from the encounter with a substantial lead. Although they are currently sitting atop of the Tipico Bundesliga with a 6 point lead, a Premier League opposition is an entirely different pedigree as compared to competition in the Premier League.
However, despite the proposition of taking on a superior opposition, the home side will hardly be undeterred when they take to the middle today. They are a sound and compact defensive unit, one which has the ability to pile on the goals at crucial junctures as well and with four successive wins prior to today’s clash, the side will be quietly confident of coming out of the tie unblemished.
Defeating Manchester City for the second time in the Premier League at the weekend, Manchester United come into today’s clash buoyed and with immense momentum in their ranks. It’s going to serve them judiciously in Austria with us envisioning this curtailing in a draw with their being nothing to separate the two sides.
Probable Playing 11
- Balic, Goiginger, Potzmann and Wiesinger will all fail to make the cut for LASK with the side reeling under a spate of injures at the moment.
Schlager, Trauner, Ramsebner, Wostry, Ranftl, Holland, Michorl, Renner, Frieser, Tetteh, Raguz
Romero, Wan-Bissaka, Bailly, Maguire, Shaw, Matic, Fred, McTominay, Fernandes, Martial, Ighalo
Europa League 2019-20
Match: Arsenal Vs Olympiacos
Date And Time: 28th February, Friday- 1:30am IST
Venue: Emirates Stadium, London
Television: Sony Ten 2/HD
- Schlager, Trauner, Tetteh, Raguz
- Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Williams, McTominay, Fernandes
Top Goal Scorer
- Klauss: 9 Goals
- Rashford: 14 Goals, 4 Assists
Freekick And Corner Taker
Mattesburg Vs LASK: 1-0
Manchester United Vs Manchester City: 2-0
LAK vs MUN Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Alexander Schlager from LASK will be inculcated in our Dream 11 side as the goal-keeper for this forthcoming contest. The side’s shot stopper was at the pinnacle of their stern defence this season, a player who utilised his innate ability to herald his way a slew of plaudits this term.
LAK vs MUN Dream11 Defenders
Our entire backline will be inducted from Manchester United for the upcoming encounter. Although LASK have made for a reasonably well aware and astute attacking unit, sides in the Europa League have traditionally petered off infront of sides from the Premier League and we envision the same narrative being rolled out today.
Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Axel Tuanzebe all make way into our component for the day with the side looking likely to come out of this one unblemished.
LAK vs MUN Dream11 Midfielders
The influence he’s had in transforming this Manchester United side ever since coming into the club has been telling. With electric capabilities and a willingness to take charge of the game, Bruno Fernandes has been resplendent in his short stay at the club with the player taking no time in getting acclimatised courtesy of the skill set he possesses.
From LASK elsewhere we’ll be moving him Dominik Frieser who has snared the 5 goals this season. He’s joined up by three goal man Peter Michorl, a name who will be handed over an elevated role in the absence of Goiginger who is set to miss out on today’s upcoming clash courtesy of the knee injury he sustained at the weekend.
LAK vs MUN Dream11 Strikers
With the four goals this term, Marko Raguz will be making an advent into our Dream 11 component as the lone selection from LAASK for today’s tie. From Manchester United elsewhere we are venturing in with Odion Ighalo who scored his first goal for the club last week with Mason Greenwood coming in as well owing to the way he’s risen in stature this season with solid dsplays in the Europe League.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Fernandes comes to captain our side with LASK set to be without their main defenders whilst Frieser will be our vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Schlager, Maguire, Tuanzebe, Arron, Shaw, Fernandes, Frieser, Michori, Greenwood, Ighalo, Raguz
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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.