SHF Vs NEW Dream11 And Match Report: Sheffield United look to continue their gallop up the points tally when they take on Newcastle United today.
The Premier League fixtures keep rolling in come today with Sheffield United and Newcastle United becoming the latest sides to partake in the hectic and congested round of encounters. For either side, today’s match is not only pivotal owing to the three points at stake but also given the fact that their squads will be brought to the fore for the first time come today.
It’s a narrative which could end up defining which course Sheffield United’s season takes with the side surpassing all expectations till now. Where sides who have just been promoted into the Premier League always find it difficult to come to terms with the rigorous and gruelling brand of compettion in the league, for Sheffield United, all such qualms have been torn up and thrown out of the park.
It’s the will, valour, resolve, fight and character which has shone from the side, seeing them being held in high esteem in the league. Defensively sound and lethal when attacking, the side have galloped their way to 9th place in the Premier League with the most recent outing seeing them come away from Wolverhampton unblemished with a 1-1 draw.
Elsewhere, although Newcastle Untied are strolling in 14th place ahead of today’s imminent tie, the 2-2 draw they pulled off against Manchester City the last time around will be a massive shot in the arm for the side. It was a stunning result for the side, one they’ll be looking to use as a means of resurgence against a Sheffield United side who are going to be extremely difficult to break down once today.
Probable Playing 11
Henderson (GK), Basham, Egan, O’Connell, Baldock, Freeman, Norwood, Fleck, Stevens, McBurnie, Mousset
Dubravka (GK), Manquillo, Fernandez, Clark, Dummett, Willems, Almiron, Hayden, Shelvey, Atsu, Joelinton
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Crystal Palace Vs Bournemouth
Date And Time: 4th December, Wednesday- 1:00am IST
Venue: Selhurst Park, London
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD
- Henderson, Baldock, Lundstram, McBurnie
- Dubravka, Clark, Willems, Almiron
Top Goal Scorer
- Mousset: 5 Goals
- Clark: 2 Goals
Freekick And Corner Taker
- Clark: 2 Goals
Head to Head
Wolverhampton Vs Sheffield United: 1-1
Newcastle United Vs Manchester City: 2-2
SHF Vs NEW Dream11 Goal-Keeper
A massive reason for Newcastle United pulling off a 2-2 draw against Manchester City the last time around was due to their shot stopper Martin Dubravka. The goal-keeper showed yet again why he’s held in such regard, pulling off a string of well cured saves to rescue his side from a defeat, a performance which sees us stick him in our side for today as well.
SHF Vs NEW Dream11 Defenders
An integral reason for the home side making for such a staunch and stalwart opposition this time around has been due to their backline which has made from such a compact and stern viewing. The side have been immaculate in defence, not allowing anything to go between them given the myriad performers imbued in their backline to see us repose faith in their defenders for this clash as well.
Both George Baldock and Jack O’Connell are going to be included in our Dream 11 side for this clash whilst from Newcastle United we have chosen players of the attacking persuasion. We begin with two goal man CB Ciaran Clark along with wingback Jetro Willems, a player always capable of cantering down the park and pulling off either a goal or assist.
SHF Vs NEW Dream11 Midfielders
He’s not yet found the consistency his side would be yearning from him but when John Fleck has been at his riveting best, the player has shown adequately how august his presence has been for the side. The player has been in the foregone encounters been instrumental to his side’s attacking sorties, a name who has been at the heart of their attacking layups to see us make him the first pick from the setup.
Oliver Norwood comes in to give him company for the side alongside the diminutive and dynamic John Lundstram, a player whose amassed versatility has seen him maraud his way down both the dockets of his team’s gameplan. Elsewhere from the other side of the facet we have decided to move in with just the one player with Miguel Almiron coming in for us.
SHF Vs NEW Dream11 Strikers
Things are kept balanced for us over here with us brining in the one player apiece from other side of the slot for this segment. We begin with Oliver McBurnie from Sheffield United, a player always capable of stringing together a goal for his side while from the visiting side we have picked out Allan Saint-Maxime, someone whose pace to burn could cause problems to the hosts’ defence.
SHF Vs NEW Dream11 Captain And Vice-Captain
Fleck will be our side’s captain for the day whilst Baldock is our 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.