TOT vs BAY Dream11 : Topsy-turvy season for Tottenham set to encounter another tricky test in their Champions League sortie today
From qualifying for the summit clash of last year’s final of the Champions League to facing immense backlash and beige slandered by their avid supporters, Tottenham’s journey over the course of 2019 can best be described as driving through a rocky road. Unfortunately for them, their car seems to be going off the road for now the bumps aplenty, getting too big to handle for the Premier League outfit.
The season took a turn towards a new low for them when they were ousted from the FA Cup, losing to Colchester United on penalties, a result which saw the magnitude of slanders increase after their stinker of a performance. It saw the side needing to exonerate the bad form which had engulfed them since the start of the season when they faced Southampton at the weekend, a match they managed to squirm about to the three points in the most stringent of fashions.
Down to 10 men after Serge Aurier was given a red card and with Lloris committing a howler of a mistake in goal, Tottenham were made to drain it out for a win, one a Hary Kane goal ensured for them. Whilst it wasn’t a convincing result, it helped the side break free off the two successive defeats they had encountered prior to that, helping them garner some much needed impetuous ahead of today’s impending clash in the Champions League.
And it’s not just the identity of this clash which sees it become a heavily touted one for the hosts today but also due to the fact that they ended up squandering a two goal lead in their previous encounter to Olympiakos to end up with a draw. Elsewhere, Bayern Munich had found it extremely easy to dismiss Crvena in their first match of the Champions League with a 3-0 win seeing them sit in first place in Group B.
Probable Playing 11
- New signing Lo Celso continues to be out for this match as well with the player out with a long injury for Tottenham.
- Elsewhere Bayern Munich will be without Arp who has sustained a wrist injury for this clash.
Hugo Lloris (GK), Serge Aurier, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Ben Davies, Tanguy Ndombele, Harry Winks, Moussa Sissoko, Christian Eriksen, Harry Kane, Son Heung-Min
Manuel Neuer (GK), Benjamin Pavard, Jerome Boateng, Nicolas Sule, Lucas Hernandez, Thiago, Joshua Kimmich, Kingsley Coman, Philippe Coutinho, Serge Gnabry, Robert Lewandowski
Champions League 2019-20
Match: Tottenham Vs Bayern Munich
Date And Time: 2nd October, Wednesday- 12:30am IST
Venue: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London
Where To Watch: Sony Ten 1/HD
- Ben Davies, Tanguy Ndombele, Lucas Moura, Harry Kane
- Ulreich, Hernandez, Nicolas Sule, Cuisance
Top Goal Scorer
- Harry Kane
- Robert Lewandowski
TOT vs BAY Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris showed why he’s such a suspect pair of gloves in the side’s encounter against Southampton as he committed a mistake which he’s become associated with way too often for the side. However, we have still picked him up for this clash with the goal-keeper set to face a good number of shots today given the dwindling quality of his defence, an ordeal which should see him emerge from this one with some good save points.
TOT vs BAY Dream11 Defenders
With both the sides prone to conceding and going off to sleep while defending, we have decided to bring in just the three defenders for this clash, all players who are capable of contributing in their side’s attacking sojourns as well. This sees us pick out Lucas Hernandez and Niklas Sule from Bayern Munich whilst from the home side we are getting in just the one player in the form of Jan Vertonghen.
TOT vs BAY Dream11 Midfielders
The likelihood of this match seeing a hefty amount of goals being scored as each side decides to shun its defensive acumen and focus only on attack is a colossal one. It’s this rhetoric which played heavily on our mind when picking out the options in this slot, seeing us move in with names who’ll be asked to heavily maraud their way forward and find themselves in goal scoring situations.
Beginning with the selections from Tottenham, we have gotten in Harry Winks, Christian Eriksen and Tanguy Ndombele. New singing Ndombele ended up scoring for the side against Southampton to take his goals to three this season and looks likely to come up with either a goal or assist in this encounter as well. Elsewhere our two picks from Bayern Munich consist of Joshua Kimmich and Kingsley Coman.
TOT vs BAY Dream11 Strikers
The real gold of our side for this encounter, the names lining up our outfit for this one could easily end up being the highest scorers at the end of the 90 minutes. Both the sides massively rely on their flawless, dependable and incisive strikers, players who have taken the onus of guiding them to fruitful results across different tournamnets.
Also the top scorers for their outfits this season, both the side’s lone strikers are opted by us with Harry Kane representing Tottenham whilst Robert Lewandowski comes in from the other side.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Kane is being made our side’s captain for today whilst we are bringing in Lewandowski as 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.