MCFC Vs HYD Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Bottom of the table Hyderabad face a staunch test today when they lock heads against a rampant Mumbai side.
Edit* – After Team sheets are out, we have replaced Machado with Das
Settled right in the bottom of the points tally of Indian Super League, the curtains are threatening to come down quick on Hyderabad’s sojourn this edition of the league. With a solitary win to their name from the nine matches they have stepped out to the middle, the side sit in 10th place with a mere five forms, form which reeks of how horrid a time they have endured in this season.
And what has perhaps been the biggest plight for the club this season is not only its defeats but the manner in which the side has been put down. They have massively underwhelmed, being outplayed and outshone by their opponents with ease to ship a howler of a 19 goals with not even not cleansheet to their name.
“It is a big challenge to play against Mumbai as they are a big football club. But the bigger the challenge, the bigger we have to be. You can’t shy away from that. We have to be at our best if we want to beat them,” said Hyderabad’s manager Phil Brown ahead of the forthcoming encounter.
And it’s the proper opposition for Mumbai to turnaround an agonising home record this season, one which has seen them fail to win a single match infront of their rapturous supporters. The side still manage to find themselves in 5th place with the three wins from nine matches, a position they’ll be looking to further propel themselves from and make ascendancy in the ranks of the league.
“We have picked up more points away from home, it’s a good sign. We have to be much stronger at home and we have to change this. And this must start from tomorrow. We must be stronger than away,” said Mumbai’s manager Costa when talking about his side’s gameplan for the encounter.
Probable Playing 11
Amrinder Singh (GK), Pratik, Mato Grgic, Subhasish, Sarthak, Surchandra Singh, Mohamed Larbi, Raynier Fernandes, Serge Kevyn, Amine Chermiti, Modou Sougou
Kamaljit Singh (GK), Adil Khan, Matthew Kilgallon, Gurtej Singh, Nestor Jesus Benitez, Rohit Kumar, Nikhil, Asish Rai, Giles Barnes, Bobo, Marcelo Pereira
Indian Super League 2019-20
Match: Mumbai City Vs Hyderabad
Date And Time: 29th December, Sunday- 7:30pm IST
Venue: Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai
Television: Star Sports 2/HD, JioTV
- Amrinder Singh, Mato Grgic, Surchandra Singh, Modou Sougou
- Kamaljit Singh, Matthew Kilgallon, Gurtej Singh, Bobo
Top Goal Scorer
- Serge Kevyn: 1 Goal
- Bobo: 3 Goals
MCFC Vs HYD Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Up against a side which has managed to muster up a mere 6 goals in 9 matches, the likelihood of Mumbai City keeping a cleansheet today is a very realistic one to see in rope in Arminder Singh as our shot stopper for the day.
MCFC Vs HYD Dream11 Defenders
The aforementioned discourse sees us get in Mato Grgic as well from the side whilst from Kerala we are getting in a duo of picks as well for the day. The side have tried to make amends for their lacklustre attacking sorties with bolstering their defensive setup, one which has seen them do reasonable well in the regard to give way 9 nine in 9 matches.
And it’s something they’ll resort to in this encounter as well, one which would see them being rewarded with a cleansheet to see Matthew Kilgallon and Gurtej Singh being nailed down in our side for the upcoming encounter.
MCFC Vs HYD Dream11 Midfielders ( We replaced Machado with Das )
Things are kept levelly balanced for us over here with us divulging in the two picks apiece from either side. We begin with our selections from Hyderabad with us focusing on getting in players who’ll be heavily involved in the side’s defensive sorties as well, players who’ll be pulling off a hoard of tackles and blocks come the day’s encounter.
It lead us to Adil Khan and Marcelo Leite Pereira while from Mumbai we have a deadly attacking partnership descend on our side for the contest. It comprises of Raynier Fernandes and Paulo Machado, two names more than adept at torching their way down the park at a tearaway speed and leaving an already lopsided Hyderabad side in angst.
MCFC Vs HYD Dream11 Strikers
With Hyderabad in a rut, one which has seen them fall apart and lose their way infront of attacking units, it was only befitting of us to get in an attacking partnership from the home side. The safeguards of their attacking travails, Serge Kevyn and Modou Sougou are being brought in, two names who have persistently galvanised the side’s attacking plays with the layups they have fathomed for each other in tandem.
Elsewhere, Giles Barnes will be wrapping up our Dream 11 side for the day from Hyderabad.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Kevyn comes in to captain our side for this one whilst Singh is our vice-captain.
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.