TIR Vs POL Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Bottom placed St. Polten look to be slowly but surely heading towards relegation this season.
Where a majority of the sides in the Relegation Group of the Austrian Bundesliga 2091-20 have managed to show the stomach of a fight, unfortunately for a dreary St. Polten outfit nothing has changed. Planted firmly in bottom place, the side finds itself fraught with errors, ones which have poured cold water over their designs of surviving relegation this season.
While the side did manage to salvage a point in its 0-0 draw against Austria the last time around, the result left them without a win in their last five outings. With just three wins in 22 affairs, the worst attacking and defensive unit in the league is rightfully in 12th spot, one point behind their closest competitors Mattesburg.
And one team which has made full use of St. Polten’s current peril is their opponent of the day. At a time when St. Polten have unravelled, Tirol have managed to go on a three match unbeaten spree, one which includes the two wins after the side defeated Hartberg 3-0 before the league was curbed.
TIR Vs POL Match Prediction
With both the sides making for horrendous defences, we could easily be in for a humdinger of a goal feast come today. And in this tie, its Tirol well versed attacking contingent which gives them a solid edge, a unit which will help the side accrue three points from the encounter.
Probable Playing 11
- Just the one injury trouble for Tirol with Walch set to miss out on the tie.
- Messerer and Petrovich are both going to be out of action for the visitors due to their current injury crisis.
Ferdinand Oswald, Michael Svoboda, David Gugganig, Julian Gölles, Benjamin Pranter, Florian Rieder, Felix Adjei, Clemens Walch, Sebastian Santin, Zlatko Dedic, Lukas Grgic
Christoph Riegler, Luan, Luca Meisl, Sandro Ingolitsch, Daniel Drescher, Daniel Luxbacher, Pak Kwang-Ryong, Robert Ljubicic, Nicolas Meister, Cory Burke, Issiaka Ouédraogo
Austrian Bundesliga 2019-20
Match: Tirol Vs St. Polten
Date And Time: 2nd June, Tuesday- 10:00pm IST
Venue: Tivoli Stadion Tirol, Innsbruck
- Zlatko Dedic: 8 Goals
- Pak Kwang-Ryong: 5 Goals, 1 Assist
Hartberg Vs Tirol: 0-3
Austria Vs St. Polten: 0-0
TIR Vs POL Dream11 Picks
Christoph Reifer from St. Polten is going to find his place in our backline for the imminent tie. The goal-keeper has been the only source of semblance in an otherwise horrendous attacking unit, a shot stopper who has come up with save after save to show resoluteness in the face of adversity.
Two of the worst attacking units in the league might make our opting for the four defenders for the day a bit bemusing. However, it’s a well thought out move, one justified by St. Polten’s agonisingly horrid attacking docket.
With a frugal 21 goals scored in 22 encounters, St. Polten have had to pay a costly prize for their inept attacking setup. And it’s this calamity which the hosts will look to clampdown on, one which offers them leeway to pull off a cleansheet today.
It sees us opt for the home side’s entire backline with all of Sebastian Santin, Michael Svodoba, David Gugganig and Julian Golles being snagged by us for the encounter.
Up against a side which has gone onto concede the 54 goals this season, the most by any side, it was only rightful of us to opt for a partnership from Tirol. We begin with three goal and three assist man Benjamin Pranter, someone who is given company by Clemens Walch who has come up with the two goals of his own as well.
Elsewhere, his three goals will see us move in for Daniel Luxbacher from St. Polten. With Tirol themselves having shipped in the 50 goals as well, Cory Burke comes in as well from the visiting unit, two players who could end up traversing their way to a couple of goals in this one.
The home side’s leading scorer with a solid 8 goals to his name, Zlatko Dedic will become the first name to be inducted in our docket for the tie. Elsewhere, St. Polten will see their top scorer, five goal man Pak Kwang-Ryong make a foray into our Dream 11 side as well.
Captain And Vice-Captain
With 8 goals, Dedic was the only choice as captain while his counterpart Pranter is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Riegler, Gugganig, Golles, Svoboda, Santin, Pranter, Walch, Burke, Luxbacher, Pak, Dedic
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