POL Vs AUS Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: St. Polten drag themselves out of relegation with a falir filled performance.
From failing to win in over a month back in March to taking no time to settle into their groove when the league returned in June. St. Polten’s 5-0 trouncing of Tirol took everyone aback, a win which turned not only the rest of the league but even the most ardent of supporters of the club.
At times, you can do little else than turn your attention to the pitch and strive for excellence in a bid to silence the noise around you. A languishing St. Polten side, a team obliterated by almost everyone to sit slumped in last spot did exactly that when it took to the middle for the first time in three months.
The 5-0 performance was a sprawling show of fight and character, an electric display which saw the side show the fraternity that this season is far from done for them. The result saw them make a massive stride towards safety with the team dusting off last place for good to move as high as 9th in the Relegation Group of the Austrian Bundesliga 2019-20.
Defeating Admira 1-0, Austria Vienna continued to reign atop of the Relegation Group with the side stringing together its second cleansheet on the bounce. It was a well rounded and clinical performance from a side which makes for the best defence in the group, a backline which will curb St. Polten from winning today.
Probable Playing 11
- Petrovich will be missing out for St. Polten today with the player yet to recover from his current injury.
- Schoissengeyr fails to qualify for the visitors once again with the player struggling with a long injury issue.
Christoph Riegler, Luan, Luca Meisl, Sandro Ingolitsch, Daniel Drescher, Daniel Luxbacher, Pak Kwang-Ryong, Robert Ljubicic, Nicolas Meister, Cory Burke, Issiaka Ouédraogo
Ivan Lucic, Johannes Handl, Erik Palmer-Brown, Miachel Madl, Andreas Poulsen, Stephan Zwierschitz, James Jeggo, Thomas Ebner, P Wimmer, Christoph Monschein, Maximilian Sax
Austrian Bundesliga 2019-20
Match: St. Polten Vs Austria Vienna
Date And Time: 6th June, Saturday- 8:30pm IST
Venue: NV Arena, Sankt Pölten
- Pak Kwang-Ryong: 5 Goals, 1 Assist
- Christoph Monschein: 15 Goals, 3 Assists
Austria Vienna Vs St. Polten: 0-0
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While all eyes were peeled on the attacking side of St. Polten’s game the last time around, Christoph Riegler quietly went about its job. The player came up with a staggering show of will, valour and resolve, gusty display which saw the side string up an elusive cleansheet to its name.
Having let in 36 goals to emerge as the group’s most well versed and equipped backline, it was only rightful of us to make a foray into today’s outing with all the defenders from Austria Vienna. This is a side which has given outfit’s cold feet when trying to traverse past it, a side extremely likely of keeping a third successive shut down.
Also with St. Polten having scored on a measly 26 occasions this season, we didn’t have anyother alternative than roping in four defenders from the visiting team. All of Michael Madl, Erik Palmer-Brown, Florian Klein and Christoph Maraschino make a way into our ambit for the impending fixture.
With the three goals and two assists this season, it was only befitting of us to make the scrumptious and stupendous Daniel Luxbacher the first name to grace our side from the home team. He’s going to find company in Christoph Messerer who came up with crucial contributions in the side’s rampant 5-0 display the last time around.
Elsewhere, the one name will grace the land of our team from Austria Vienna as well with us opting for Alexander Grunwald owing to the five goals he has to his name this term.
With 15 goals and 7 assists this season, we didn’t have to look any further than the services of Vienna’s top scorer, Christoph Monschein for the day. He’s partnered alongside Dominik Fitz who has a gargantuan 3 goals and 7 assists with the two players set to wipe the floor with an opposition that has shipped in 54 goals.
Elsewhere, with his hattrick in the side’s 5-0 win, Cory Burke retains his place as our striker from St. Polten.
Captain And Vice-Captain
The 15 goals he’s piled on this term see us make Christoph our team’s captain while Fitz will be the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Riegler, Erik, Christoph, Klein, Madl, Messerer, Luxbacher, Grunwald, Burke, Fitz, Monschein
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