MUN vs NEW Dream11 : Two waning and regressive sides clash heads in a match which looks to be a pesky affair
Right before the Premier League takes a backseat for two weeks as the international set of fixtures take precedence, we couldn’t have asked for a drabber affair to end action in the frontier league for us. Concluding things in gameweek 7 of the league will be Newcastle and Manchester United, two despondent, disgruntled and lapses filled outfits who have been doling out stinker performances one after the other.
It’s not just been the results which have gone against them but rater the lack of fight, bite and application by the two outfits in them which have seen them unravel and be considered as two of the worst sides in the league at the moment. Both have been devoid of proper football for quite some time now with their being a massive dearth of acumen and the willingness to show the stomach for a fight.
With their aspirations of making massive strides in the points tally vanishing up in smoke, for both of our opponents today, the gameplan is simple. Both will be looking to treat this as an encounter where they can salvage something fruitful with the identity of their opponents being as dismal as themselves. For Newcastle in particular, a win is of paramount importance with the side languishing in 19h place, a position they’ll be looking to climb out of come today’s encounter.
Where they lost to Leicester City in their previous match, Manchester United partook in a sordid and lapses filled clash in the previous match. In what was a match completely devoid of any kind of proper footballing action, they and Arsenal engaged us in a horrid affair, a match which ended 1-1 to see Manchester United sit in 11th place as things stand.
Probable Playing 11
- Florian Lejeuene is out injued for Newcastle for today’s encounter with a knee injury.
- Aaron Wan-Bissaka looks set to miss this clash with an illness likely to keep him out of this one.
Dubravka (GK), Dummett, Schar, Lascelles, Yedlin, Longstaff, Shelvey, Almiron, Atsu, Muto, Joelinton
De Gea (GK), Rojo, Lindelof, Maguire, Dalot, Matic, McTominay, Daniel James, Juan Mata, Pereira, Rashford
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Manchester City Vs Wolverhampton
Date And Time: 6th September, Sunday- 6:00pm IST
Venue: Etihad Stadium, Manchester
Where To Watch: Star Sports Select 1/HD
- Dubravka, Schar, Longstaff, Joelinton
- Tuanzebe, Williams, Daniel James, Greenwood
Top Goal Scorer
MUN vs NEW Dream11 Goal-Keeper
If anything, this match looks to be a lacklustre and lopsided affair, one where both the sides scram and squirm past each other in their quest to fathom a goal. The leeway for a goal will be relatively difficult though with both the outfits extremely tepid when it comes to crafting attacking plays with a cleansheet for Newcastle likely from this one, seeing us choose Martin Dubravka from the side.
MUN vs NEW Dream11 Defenders
With us peddling out a heavy narrative of this being a tepid and meek 0-0 draw, it was only fair of us to get in defenders who are also likely to contribute up the park for their sides. We have gotten in Manchester United’s CB Victor Lindelof while Fabian Schar and Jetro Willems come into our setup from Newcastle for today’s fixture given their attacking intent and astuteness.
MUN vs NEW Dream11 Midfielders
With this match going to skirmish, a hard fought and scrappy affair where either try to scram their way to a goal today, we have decided to venture in with the safest choices in this segment of our side. We are beginning with David James, Manchester United’s top scorer along with Juan Mata while from the opposition we are getting in Miguel Almiron and Sean Longstaff, two players who look the likeliest to score for their side today.
MUN vs NEW Dream11 Strikers
Marcus Rashford comes into our side from Manchester United as the only performer from the outfit whilst from the other side we are getting in the two in the form of Joelinton and Allan Saint-Maximin with Joelinton especially looking a sensational pick for this encounter.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Joelinton is being made our side’s captain for today’s match while we are opting for James as the 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.