MUN vs PTZ Dream11 : Partizan look to keep their aspirations alive of qualifying from the group when they take on a struggling Manchester United side today.
You can keep putting in lacklustre display and just about squirming your way to fortuitous results but it’s only so long till your horrid run continues. And Manchester United have learnt that on ample occasions including in their bygone encounter against Bournemouth, a match which saw them slump to a 1-0 defeat in the Premier League.
Although today’s encounter against Partizan comes in a different tournamnet, the last showing against Bournemouth will have an adverse effect on Manchester United. The side’s key issues and gaping holes were revealed once again with the side making for a sorry unit in both attack and defence, a predicament which the visiting side will be looking to capitalise on come today.
Also, what increases the need of coming out with a win today for Partizan is the 1-0 defeat they had to endure against Manchester United in the two side’s previous tie. Although the way the match navigated wouldn’t have deterred Partizan too much with only a Martial penalty separating the two sides but the opportunity to take atleast the 1 point from a match which was there for the taking sees them in third place of the group.
Where Partizan have four points till now, Manchester United on the other side can assure themselves of qualification from the group with a win which will take them to 10 points. Given the way their previous outing traversed, this match looks to be a closely fought affair, a tentative match where either side will rely more on defence and bide their time out for the opposition to slip up at the back.
Probable Playing 11
- Victor Lindelof, Eric Bailly, Luke Shaw, Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Tuanzebe, Dalot and Gomes will all be ruled out for the home side for this clash due to their pertinent injury issues.
David de Gea, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Jones, Maguire, Young, McTominay, Fred, James, Mata, Rashford, Martial
Stojkovic, Miletic, Ostojic, Pavlovic, Urosevic, Zdjelar, Natkho, Tosic, Soumah, Asano, Sadiq
Europa League 2019-20
Match: Manchester United Vs Partizan Group L
Date And Time: 8th November, Friday- 1:30am IST
Where To Watch: Sony Ten 2/HD
- Aaron Wan-Bissaka, McTominay, James, Greenwood
- Stojkovic, Miletic, Asano, Sadiq
Top Goal Scorer
- Rashford: 7 Goals, 3 Assists
- Sadiq: 10 Goals, 3 Assists
MUN vs PTZ Dream11 Goal-Keeper
The relatively inferior nature of their opponents has meant that Manchester United have been able to keep a cleansheet in all of their matches in the league till now. And with Partizan hardly looking threatening on the attacking front, the home side could end up keeping another one, seeing us move in for their goal-keeper David de Gea.
MUN vs PTZ Dream11 Defenders
The aforementioned discourse sees us get in Aaron Wan-Bissaka from the side as well with the player always carrying a threat while moving forward, someone who is capable of pulling off a goal or assist for the side. Elsewhere, we are opting for the two defenders from the visiting side as well with Manchester United making for a sordid side when it comes to scoring goals, a team which has managed to muster up just two goals till now, only one more than bottom placed Astana.
It sees us repose faith in Bojan Ostojic and Nemanja Miletic from the side, two players who have helped the side thwart the attacking plays directed their way.
MUN vs PTZ Dream11 Midfielders
The three goals and two assists for him see us bring in David James as the first pick from Manchester United for this one. Although the player has gradually waned and unravelled ever since the opening exchanges of the season, his escalated role in the opposition’s side of the pitch sees him always remain as someone who can come up with a goal.
Juan Mata comes in from the side as well along with Scott McTominay while from the opposition we have the singular selection of Bibras Natcho who has scored 6 times and pulled off the 4 assists as well for Partizan.
MUN vs PTZ Dream11 Strikers
His side’s leading goal scorer with the 10 goals and three assists, if Partizan are to win this one, they’ll need Umar Sadiq to emulate his euphoria filled showings come this match as well. The player is someone capable of rummaging his way past defenders and leaving them in a dire state given his expansive skill set as a striker to make him an instant pick for us.
The 7 goals and 4 assists see Seydouba Soumah give him company for this match while from the opposition we are closing out our side with the pick of Mason Greenwood.
Captain And Vice-Captain
James is our side’s captain for the match with Aaron Wan-Bissaka selected 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.