TRD Vs OSTN Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Winless Oostende find themselves in a pickle after their opening couple of clashes this season.
Scrounging for their elusive win in the ongoing edition of the Jupiler League, the newest edition of the league is unfolding in the same manner as the bygone instalment for Oostende. With two wins on the spin, the team finds itself in the relegation zone, a position the side will be wanting to wrench out of at the earliest plausible.
In a quagmire at the moment, Oostende’s plight is not massively surprising though. The club had played hide and seek with the bottom spots all across the foregone season as well with the side fortuitously managing to scrape out of the relegation fracas by the barest of margins.
Their opponents of the day, St. Truiden haven’t had things any rosier as well. Sitting nearby to Oostende in the league last season, the club’s plight was well documented in its 3-1 trouncing from the previous gameweek. It was a result where the team was royally decimated with the club failing to get a look in the affair given the manner in which they were dominated.
However, unlike Oostende, St. Truiden have atleast managed to taste success this season. The win in the side’s league opener was vindictive of their wellversed attack, one capable of coming up with the goals at crucial junctures for the side.
And this attack should benefit them fruitfully against a paper thin Oostende defence today to hand over a win to the visiting team.
Probable Playing 11
- Sankhon is going to sit out the forthcoming contest with the player suspended for the day’s tie.
- Batzner, Capon and Fakel will all fail to make the cut for Oostende for the impending clash owing to their injuries.
Daniel Schmidt, Wolke Janssens, Jonathan Buatu, Siebren Lathouwers, Christopher Durkin, Steve De Ridder, Keito Nakamura, Mathieu Troonbeeckx, Facundo Colidio, Yuma Suzuki, Duckens Nazon
Fabrice Ondoa, Jack Hendry, Frederik Jakel, Anton Tanghe, Kevin Vandendriessche, Maxime D’Arpino, Cameron McGeehan, Nick Batzner, Robbie DHaese, Fashion Sakala, Makhtar Gueye
Jupiler League 2020-21
Match: St. Truiden Vs Oostende
Date And Time: 25th August, Tuesday, 12:30pm IST
Venue: Stayen, Sint-Truiden
- Balongo: 1 Goal
- Kevin Vandendriessche: 1 Goal
Anderlecht Vs St. Truiden: 3-1
Charleroi Vs Oostende: 1-0
TRD Vs OSTN Dream11 Picks
Guillaume Hubert from Oostende will be our shot stopper for the upcoming encounter. Being the safeguard of one of the horrendous defences is never an easy task but the goal-keeper has managed to remain unfazed by that proposition with his gallant performance taking his side past rough waters the last time around.
Although St. Truiden’s defence hasn’t covered itself in glory either, the team is way the likelier of the two teams when it comes to heralding a cleansheet in their favour. The side takes on an abject and dreary Oostende attacking unit, one which has just the solitary goal to its name in two encounter.
Offering nothing when trying to fathom goals, Oostende make an advent into today’s clash without c a goal to their name the last time around. This is the ideal side for St. Truiden to scour an elusive cleansheet against, something set to spur the side in its defensive gameplan today.
It sees us opt for a trio from the side with us opting for all of Samy Mmaee, Jorge Teixeira and Ko Matsubara for the forthcoming outing.
Although St. Truiden have suffered owing to their waning defence, the side has the one league in two matches courtesy of its attack. This is a contingent which even managed to put one past Aberdeen, a triad capable of wiping the floor with Oostende today.
It sees us opt for the two spearheads in attack for the home side in this ambit. We are going to be immersing ourselves in the duo of Christopher Durkin and Steve de Ridder from the side, two intricate names who are capable of spurring the side’s attacking gameplan today.
Oostende elsewhere will see us begin with the selection of Kevin. The first name of the trio, the player has scored the only goal the side has managed till now, one which makes him a must have pick for today.
Accompanying him is the duo of Maxime D’Arpino and Andrew Hjulsager. If the club has any chance of registering a win today, it needs to come hot out of the blocks and pummel a paper thin St. Truiden defence, something this duo is more than adept at doing.
Responsible for two of the three goals their side has till now, the one-two of the electric and flair filled, Yuma Suzuki and Facundo Colidio will make a foray into our side from the home team.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Their one goal apiece sees us opt for Facundo as the day’s captain while Yuma is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Hubert, Jorge, Ko, Samy, Kevin, Andrew, Maxime, Durkin, Ridder, Colido, Suzuki
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