SER-W vs ARG-W Dream11 : Serbia look to build on their first win of the showpiece tournamnet when they clash heads against a dwindling Argentina side
For Serbia, there could perhaps be a more important clash than today’s in the dramatic land of the FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Cup. After failing to register a win in their opening couple of fixtures, the side managed to wrench free of the impasse they found themselves in, one which was acting disruptive to their campaign with a win over Kenya in their last match.
With the marquee world cup back after its first break on Tuesday, Serbia return to the court looking to win two successive matches and propel themselves into the upper half of the points tally. They’ll be looking to build on that good performance against Kenya, one which saw them win 3-0, putting down an agonising defensive setup with ease.
And with Argentina a similarly poor defensive setup, Serbia will be knowing that a win today is extremely likely if they can continue their attacking display from the previous encounter. One of the worst sides in the opening exchanges of the world cup, Aregntina rightfully sit in 11th place, having lost all three matches they have played in. The side have unravelled horrifically, going on a downward spiral with their last match ending in a 3-1 defeat to USA.
Probable Playing 6
Katarina Lazovic, Sladjana Mirkovic, Teodora Pusic, Ana Bjelica (C), Maja Aleksic, Silvija Popovic
Elina Rodriguez, Yamila Nizetich, Lucia Fresco, Julieta Constanza Lazcano (C), Tatiana Soledad Rizzo, Victoria Mayer
SER-W vs ARG-W Match Prediction
This should be one of the easier matches for Serbia with the side not just winning this but trouncing Argentina with consummate ease today. Argentina have been callous up till now, a real apathy to watch with the outfit failing to show the stomach of a fight to punch above their weight.
They might end up winning the one set today but apart from that, this should be a contest where Serbia walk all over them.
FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Cup
Match Details: Serbia Vs Argentina
Date And Time: 18th September, Wednesday- 7:30am
Venue: Hamamatsu Arena, Japan
Television: FanCode, Volleyball TV
- Teodora Pusic, Ana Bjelica
- Lucia Fresco, Julieta Constanza Lazcano
- Ana Bjelica
- Lucia Fresco
Best Ball Blocker
- Maja Aleksic
- Julieta Constanza Lazcano
SER-W vs ARG-W Dream11 Libero
Our selection of Argentina’s Tatiana Soledad Rizzo in the libero position couldn’t have been more straightforward. This is a position which hardly gets point with a substitution all too likely for the player plying their skill set over here and getting Tatiana from Argentina allow us to make way for Serbia’s players elsewhere with her bound to get some good points as well.
SER-W vs ARG-W Dream11 Setter
The aforementioned narrative sticks true to Serbia’s Sladjana Mirkovic over here as well. The setter played a good role for her side in bringing up assists and assisting the rest of her players with perfect passes, something she should so today as well. Her involvement in serves as well makes her a good proportion, someone who should get good points for us today.
SER-W vs ARG-W Dream11 Blocker
A major reason for Argentina’s debacle in the tournamnet has been owing to the manner in which sides have found it so easy to traverse their plays and position players accordingly to block their shots. Their attacks have been feeble at best, a predicament which Serbia’s Maja Aleksic will be on top of to keep pulling off blocks at will for her side today.
SER-W vs ARG-W Dream11 Attackers
With 32 attacking points, Serbia’s Katarina Lazovic has been the main hitter for the side, the focal point of everything the side have fathomed successfully till on the attacking front. She’s asked to stick solely to the attacking side of the court, seeing all sets being transpired her way given the way she can send the ball down into the opposition’s side.
SER-W vs ARG-W Dream11 Universal
Her 44 spikes for the side have seen opposite Ana Belica not just play a role for hr side in the attacking side of their gameplan but also come up with some good blocks as well. She can play in both sides of the court, making her an instant pick from the side while from Argentina we have chosen Lucia Daniela Fresco who has gotten 22 points from 55 attempts.
Ana is our side’s captain for the impending clash while Katarina is made 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.