PRM vs ARS Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Final trophy left for Arsenal to redeem a laggard season.
The honeymoon period for Arteta finally came to a conclusion last week. The side suffered a shock defeat against Olympiacos in the Europa League, a 2-1 result which sent them packing out of the marquee competition.
It was a horrendous result for the side, one which brought them hurtling right back to Earth after a string of commendable results. While the defeat was a horrific result for the side with European football over for them for the season, the manner in which it came about especially perturbed the side’s vociferous supporters.
The unit once again cracked and crumbled as a defensive unit to allow the side from Greece to pull off their second goal right in the culminating stages of the encounter. That result sees the FA Cup take whole new importance for this Arsenal unit with this being the only tournamnet they can win in a season where nothing has gone their way.
And while they’ll be buoyed by the identity of their opposition today in the competion, the side will be the first to accept that given their form this season, this is hardly a fixture they can take lightly. Placed third in English League 1, Portsmouth will be looking to pull off the result of their season today as they look to capitalise on an Arsenal side which is subliming at the moment.
For all of Arsenal’s predicament, there is no ignoring the fact that Arteta has clearly worked his magic at the club. There have been ample signs of improvement to spruce and rebuff the side and we envision the unit reverting to those methods once again to progress from the FA Cup today.
Probable Playing 11
- Morris fails to make the cut for today’s encounter with the player yet to recover from his injury.
- Tierney, Chambers, Cedric and Kolasinac all continue to be sidelined for Arsenal owing to their prevelant injuries.
Bass, Bolton, Burgess, Raggett, Seddon, Naylor, McGeehan, Williams, Cannon, Curtis, Marquis
Leno, Bellerin, Sokratis, David Luiz, Saka, Torreira, Xhaka, Aubameyang, Dani Ceballos, Martinelli, Nketiah
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Bournemouth Vs Chelsea
Date And Time: 3rd Match, Tuesday- 1:15am IST
Venue: Fratton Park, Portsmouth
Telecast: Sony Ten 2/HD
- Bass, Bolton, Curtis, Marquis
- Leno, Saka, Torreira, Nketiah
Top Goal Scorer
- Curtis: 11 Goals
- Aubameyang: 17 Goals
Freekick And Corner Taker
- Dani Ceballos
Portsmouth Vs Rochdale: 3-0
Arsenal Vs Olympiacos: 1-2
PRM vs ARS Dream11 Goal-Keeper
We’ll be throwing open the doors of our Dream 11 contingent with the pick of Portsmouth’s goal-keeper for this encounter. He’s up against a side which is going to pepper his waning defensive setup with a hoard of shots, a carnage he’s set to accumulate solid save points from given his acumen as a shot stopper.
PRM vs ARS Dream11 Defenders
Although Arsenal collapsed defensively against Olympiacos with their horrendous defenders committing shambolic mistakes at pivotal periods, the work Arteta is trying to carry out at the club is clearly visible. He’s immensely bolstered the side’s backline ever since taking charge of the club to see us repose faith in Arsenal’s defence for the forthcoming affair.
We begin our set of picks with the selection of Bukayo Saka from Arsenal, a player who has embodied why the London side has been able to overhaul its defence in such a short period of time. A precarious player, the skill set and eye he has for a goal scoring pass has seen him accrue up an incredible 12 assists all season to make him our first pick for the day.
Sokratis and Luiz come in from the side as well for the encounter as we opt to move in with an only Arsenal backline for the encounter.
PRM vs ARS Dream11 Midfielders
The only way Portsmouth can emerge from today’s encounter is by piling on the goals. They have scored a staggering 51 goals in English League 1 and will be looking to emulate the same rampant display comes Arsenal.
And a player integral to that gameplan will be the unit’s leading scorer. In Roman Curtis, they have a player who has piled on 11 goals, a name who becomes a must have pick for the day. Ryan Williams scored against Rochdale at the weekend to make him our second selection from the outfit.
Andy Cannon comes in to wrap up the trio of picks from the outfit whilst from the opposition we’ll be venturing in with Dani Ceballos for today’s imminent encounter.
PRM vs ARS Dream11 Strikers
Left in tears after he missed a gaping goal which would have won Arsenal their encounter against Olympiacos, Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang was left inconsolable after his howler of a miss. However, that does little to faze us from venturing in with his services with him having lead Arsenal’s scoring ranks this season with the 17 goals.
Gabriel Martinelli comes in as well from the side after his calibre was on show in the Europa League encounter with the player providing a shot in the arm to Arsenal’s attack as soon as he came on. Eddie Nketiah also comes in from the unit to bring an end to our set of picks for the affair.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Aubameyang will be our undisputed captain for the outing after his wonder goal against Olympiacos while Martinelli is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Bass, Luiz, Saka, Sokratis, Curtis, Cannon, Ceballos, Williams, Martinelli, Eddie, Aubameyang
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SportsRush Small League Dream XI Team
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.