SA-W Vs SPA-W Dream11 Prediction: The SportsRush brings you the Dream11 prediction between South Africa women and Spain women.
Spain will take on South Africa in the third game of the FIFA Women’s world cup. The European side are 13th in the rankings, whereas South Africa are 49th. This game does not sound as it should, but there are plenty of attacking players who have the ability to change the game within seconds.
Spain have won three out of their last five games and are in a good form heading into this tournament. On the other hand, South Africa are yet to register a victory in 2019, going winless in 9 games. Form might not be on their side, but the Africans have the supreme pace to overcome Spain when they are on their feet.
In this article, we shall look at the Dream11 prediction between South Africa women and Spain women team.
South Africa Women’s team Vs Spain Women’s team Dream11 Team
Sandra Panos: Sandro Panos will start the game on Saturday. The Spanish side have kept three clean sheets in six games. Besides, she makes plenty of saves to keep the scoreline intact.
Irene Paredes: Irene Paredes plays as a centre-back and is an integral defender for the Spanish side. She wins plenty of duels and nullifies the opposition attack with timely interventions. The Spanish International has scored eight goals in 63 appearances for her country.
Ivana Andres: Ivana Andres and Irene Paredes have formed a formidable partnership at the backline. The Spanish International has gone on to establish herself as one of the best centre-backs in the world currently. She is yet to break the duck for her side, but possesses threat from the set pieces.
Janine van Wyk: South Africa’s Skipper Janine van Wyk has been the mainstay for the nation over the last decade. She is an excellent defender and has the ability to score goals from long rangers as well. She has scored 11 times in 159 appearances for her nation.
Nothando Vilakazi: Nothando Vilakazi plays through the left defensive flank for South Africa. Vilakazi has eight goals from 96 appearances, which is a superior return for someone who does not play up front. She makes plenty of attacking runs and likes to get involved in the final third a lot.
Alexia Putellas (VC): Alexia Putellas is an attacking midfielder. She likes to get inside the penalty box and score plenty of goals for her team. The Spanish International has scored 13 in 66 appearances, which is a very good return. She has a supreme vision to pick out passes in the final end of the pitch.
Vicky Losada: Vicky Losada is a box-to-box midfielder. She wins plenty of duels in the middle of the park, as well as increase the numbers in the final third. Finding the back of the net 13 times in 58 appearances for Spain, she is also the main source of goals for Spain.
Refiloe Jane: Refiloe Jane has made over 100 appearances for her nation till date. She likes to sit back with the defence and dictate the play from the back. She is not known for her goalscoring proficiency, but makes the whole team tick through her incredible passing.
Linda Motlhalo: Young Linda Motlhalo is the number 10 for South Africa. She has an abundance of energy in the final third of the pitch by linking up the midfield and attack. She has the vision to provide dangerous passes to the forwards. At the age of 20, she has gone on to make 41 appearances and has found the back of the net on nine occasions.
Jennifer Hermoso (C): The experienced Jennifer Hermoso has been in incredible form this year. She has scored 23 goals in all competitions this year, thereby becoming one of the main sources of goals for her club and country. The Spanish International has scored 28 times in 68 appearances for the club.
Rhoda Mulaudzi: Rhoda Mulaudzi will be the opted striker for South Africa. She is yet to open the account for her nation, but had a remarkable campaign with club this season. That should enough to pave way into the starting eleven.
Disclaimer: This team is made on the basis of our research for the game. This XI is what we think would work – you’re free to choose your own XI.