MCI vs BOU Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Bournemouth’s miniresurgence set to be thwarted by a rampant Manchester City juggernaut
Since the Premier League has returned to the fray, Manchester City have made their home ground an extremely formidable and cumbersome place to traverse for oppositions. The side has gone onto hit a staggering 17 goals in 4 matches since the restart, staggering numbers which allude towards the attacking acumen of the side.
And buoyed by the news of their two year Champions League ban being curtailed prior to today’s clash, the impending tie is going to be a moment to usher in jubilant celebrations in. Whilst the ban getting overturned was a howler of a move by the CAS with their being colossal outcry at the blatant favouring of City despite their flouting of rules, the club will be least interested in their naysayers.
The judgement in their favour was a landmark hearing for the club, one which assures the club of its status as Champions League opposition next season as well. The club ascertained itself of second place in the league after battering Brighton 5-0 the last time around, a performance which they’ll be looking to emulate in familiar territory today.
In Brighton, Manchester City are coming across a horrid backline. Despite going onto register their first win in 9 the last time around after a 4-1 triumph over Leicester City, Bournemouth will fail to emulate that display today with the side coming across an unstoppable City side which blow them apart.
Probable Playing 11
- Aguero is set to miss out on City’s final run in with the player having undergone an operation.
Ederson, Walker, Stones, Otamendi, Zinchenko, Gundogan, Fernandinho, D Silva, Bernardo, Jesus, Foden
Ramsdale, Stacey, Cook, Kelly, Rico, Brooks, Billing, Lerma, Stanislas, Solanke, Wilson
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Manchester City Vs Bournemouth
Date And Time: 15th July, Wednesday- 10:30pm IST
Venue: Emirates Stadium, Manchester
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD
Top Goal Scorer
- Sterling: 17 Goals
- Wilson: 8 Goals
Brighton Vs Manchester City: 0-5
Bournemouth Vs Leicester City: 4-1
MCI vs BOU Dream11 Picks
After a cleansheet against Tottenham, Aaron Ramsdale was at his tenacious best come Leicester City as well. Despite going down 1-0, his side was able to pull off a sensational 4-1 turnaround owing to the astute and articulate wordclass attributes of Ramsdale.
In all of their fixtures that they’ve contested in the realm of their vicinity since the league has returned, Manchester City have not conceded a single goal. And relegation slumped, 18th placed Bournemouth will be the last side to tarnish that impeccable record as Manchester City run the play and control proceedings on the day.
Given the presence that a cleansheet takes for the home side today, it was only prudent of us top indulge ourselves in all of Oleksandr Zinchenko, Nicholas Otamendi and Joao Cancelo.
With nothing but a win assuring Bournemouth of safety in the league today, the club will come hot out of the blocks and look to turn on the screws on Manchester City with their sparks of attacking play. What that will do is accord the home side with empty spaces to exploit and run amuck on, areas 11 goal and 17 assist man, Kevin de Bruyne will love cantering on.
With the 9 assists, David Silva comes in along him with the midfielder looking to leave the club with a string of exceptional displays in his kitty. Bournemouth on the other hand see us opt for the services of Junior Stanislas with the player’s return to the side’s slot having a telling effect as he scored the last time around.
Jefferson Lerma joins him up with the player set to be overworked today as he’s asked to help bolster up a downtrodden backline.
Gabriel Jesus was in a real lull with the striker failing to break free of his goalscoring drought, one which saw him fail to capitalise on the chances created by Aguero’s vanity. However, once the fixtures eased up, Jesus finally start scoring again to currently find himself on 12 goals in the league.
Raheem Sterling moves in alongside him after his hattrick the last time around now sees him emerge as the side’s top scorer with 17 goals.
Captain And Vice-Captain
His one goal and two assists the last time around see Jesus captain our side while Kevin is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Ramsdale. Cancelo, Oleksandr, Otamendi, Kevin, Silva, Lerma, Stanislas, Jesus, Sterling
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