RPD Vs GRZ Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Bottom placed Sturm Graz fast losing steam in their title aspirations.
For last placed Sturm Graz, time is quickly running out in the ongoing edition of the Austrian Bundesliga. Defeated in two straight ties, the team is currently 11 points behind top spot, a figure way too colossal for them to navigate their way around.
While not many pointed figures at the side for their 2-1 catapultation the last time around, the side’s overall form across the last five matches makes for massive cause for concern. The side has managed to scrape its way to the solitary win in that period, form which sees it languishing in the dearth of the Championship Group.
Where Sturm find themselves in a rut, Rapid Vienna haven’t managed to do much better. The side rolled over infront of league leader RB Salzburg the last time around, an encounter which saw them being decimated 2-0 as they were outshined in all the departments of the game to currently sit in 4th spot.
A tie between two sides embroiled in a quagmire, today’s fixture is one which comes bearing with it massive ramifications. What sees the scales massively tilted in the home side’s favour is its exuberant attacking docket, one which will easily see the side gallop its way towards the three points.
Probable Playing 11
- Barac and Szanto will both fail to make the cut for the home side with the players currently down with injuries.
- Avlonitis received a red card previously, one which will rule him out for Sturm for this one.
Richard Strebinger, Christopher Dibon, Mario Sonnleitner, Srdjan Grahovac, Filip Stojkovic, Maximilian Hofmann, Maximilian Ullmann, Dejan Ljubicic, Kelvin Arase, Dejan Petrovic, Christoph Knasmullner
Jorg Siebenhandl, Anastasios Avlonitis, Lukas Spendlhofer, Emanuel Sakic, Vincent Trummer, Juan Dominguez, Otar Kiteishvili, Philipp Huspek, Thorsten Rocher, Ivan Ljubic, Bekim Balaj
Austrian Bundesliga 2019-20
Match: Rapid Vienna Vs Sturm Graz
Date And Time: 7th June, Sunday- 11:00pm IST
Venue: Allianz Stadion, Vienna
- Fountas: 14 Goals, 1 Assist
- Despodov: 6 Goals, 4 Assists
Salzburg Vs Rapid Vienna: 2-0
Sturm Vs Wolfsberger: 1-2
RPD Vs GRZ Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Jorg Siebenhandl from Sturm Graz will be inculcated into our side as the goal-keeper. The player has endeared to his side’s ardent supporters given the avid way in which he’s been unfazed by the carnage of shots sent down his way.
RPD Vs GRZ Dream11 Defenders
If there’s any side capable of mustering up a cleansheet from the imminent encounter, its Rapid Vienna. The side is up against a side which has scored the least number of goals in the Championship Group with Sturm Graz’s 30 goals making for harrowing viewing.
It’s a frugal figure, one which could satiate a cleansheet for the home side to see us indulge in the guile filled wingback Maximilian Ullmann and the CB pairing of Christopher Dibon and Filip Stojkovic.
RPD Vs GRZ Dream11 Midfielders
With the 6 goals and 6 assists apiece, Rapid Vienna’s Stefan Schwab was going nowhere for us. The player is up against a defence that has leaked in 30 goals, a backline which he will nonchalantly put to one side as he marauds his way towards a string of goals.
Dejan Ljubicic is also roped in from the home side owing to his ball handling abilities. Elsewhere, he visiting team will find representation in Otar Kiteishvili who has popped up with the four goals and five assists with the instrumental Philipp Huspek also being reposed faith in,
RPD Vs GRZ Dream11 Strikers
His 14 goals and one assist have been quissential to Rapid Vienna’s consummate success this season. The side’s striker, Taxlarchis Fountas has made for alluring viewing, a name who has roped teams into shreds with his luscious brand of attacking football.
He’s paired alongside Christoph Knasmullner while the opposition will see six goal and two assist man Bekim Balaj represent us for the encounter.
Captain And Vice-Captain
The 14 goals he’s provided this season will see us make Fountas our captain while Stefan is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Jorg, Dibon, Stojkovic, Ullmann, Ljubicic, Otar, Huspek, Schwab, Balaj, Christoph, Fountas
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