Description: URY Vs KRS Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: A downtrodden Ural side looks set to be schooled by Krasnodar today.
Krasnodar returned from their first defeat of the season in the most befitting of manners. Decimating Arsenal Tula to register their second win of the season, Krasnodar were quick to remind everyone that they are in here for the long haul as they look to challenge for the season’s prestigious trophy.
Defeated by Lokomotiv Moscow, Krasnodar needed to bounce back with an immediate reply. Last year’s third placed team needed to show that it was a serious challenger for the Russian Premier League 2020-21, a discourse the side hammered down by thumping Arsenal Tula 2-0.
A clinical display, Krasnodar were in complete control of their affair on the day with the side dictating play from minute one to 90. The result took them to 5th place, a position they can further climb the ladder from today with the side widely touted to put them down and disparage a despondent and disgruntled Ural side.
URY Vs KRS Dream11 Probable Winner
Without a win in three encounters on the spin, nothing has gone Ural’s way in the opening exchanges of the new season. The side has made for a timid opposition, a team still struggling to find its feet in the attacking facet.
Up infront of a Krasnodar side which has conceded just one, Ural stand no chance today. They are resigned to a defeat with Krasnodar a ruthless outfit.
Probable Playing 11
- Oleg will be out of service for Ural today with the player pertaining his absence to injury.
- Uros attributes his absence to injury for the forthcoming clash.
Pomazun, Kulakov, Rykov, Aleksey, Igor, Bavin, Rafal, Dmitri, Eric, Andrey, Andrei
Matvey Safonov, Sergei Petrov, Kaio, Maksim Kutovoi, Manuel Fernandes, Shapi Suleymanov, Kristoffer Olsson, Aleksandr Chernikov, Daniil Utkin, Remy Cabella, Marcus Berg
Russian Premier League 2020-21
Match: Ural Vs Krasnodar
Date And Time: 22nd August, Saturday- 8:30pm IST
Venue: Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg
- Eric: 1 Goal
- Berg: 2 Goals, 1 Assist
Ural Vs Lokomotiv Moscow: 1-1
Krasnodar Vs Arsenal Tula: 2-0
Dream 11 Picks
Ural’s Ilya Pomazun has been overworked in the league till now but the goal-keeper has had no problem with the dilemma till now. He was solely responsible for the side’s draw with Lokomotiv Moscow the last time around, a 1-1 result which was given birth to by the player’s tenacity.
Up against a Ural side which has a measly two goals to its name in three matches, today’s clash looks one set to give Krasnodar a third cleansheet in four encounters. A relentless defence, this is a side which is a tough nut to crack, a backline that has shipped in a meagre one goal till now in the competition.
A cleansheet for Krasnodar takes weightage above everything today to see us opt for the club’s entire backline. We begin with fullback Sergei Petrov with the player adding an attacking side to his game with an assist the last time around.
The trio of Kaio Pantaleao, Aleksandr Martynovich and Cristian Ramirez is ingrained into our ambit as well, players who are amongst the finest defenders in the league.
In an Ural side which has just the one goal till now in the league, Eric Bicfalvi has managed to rake up one. He’s a player capable of waging a lone battle, a player who can make things tiresome even for this well disciplined Krasnodar defence.
The second goal scorer for the side, Andrey Egorychev will be linking up with him for the upcoming affair. Dmitri Efremov joins up the two with his gallantry in midfield helping curb attacking plays transpired the side’s way.
Elsewhere, Krasnodar will see us opt for the pick of Yury Gazinski owing to the one goal he’s registered for the side till now.
His side’s top scorer in the league with the two goals and an assist to his name, striker Marcus Berg is a must have pick for us for the impending affair. Wanderson Ocampos constitutes the one-two of picks from the land of the team with the enigmatic name capable of showcasing his flair against a dwindling Ural side.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Pomazun, Petrov, Aleksandr, Pantaleao, Ramirez, Gazinski, Andrey, Eric, Efremov, Berg, Ocampos
Dream 11 Team
Shamov, Aleksandr, Petrov, Igor, Causic, Olsson, Tkachev, Remy, Berg, Campos, Evgeni
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