URY vs UFA Dream11 Team: Russian Cup finalists Ural turn to rampant success of the tournament in a bid to make massive strides in RPL 2019
What looked like to be a dismal 2018 outing in the Russian Super League for Ural took a massive turn for the better as the side managed to completely overturn their horrid form towards the culmination of the league. Climbing all the way into the top 10 as they ended right in tenth place with the 38 points, Ural’s season was more defined by their run in the Russian Cup.
Imbedding a flawless spree across the domestic showpiece tournament, Ural managed to give their season a successful ending as they made their way all the way to the summit clash. Defeating formidable outfits on their way to the final with Arsenal Tuda being one of them, Ural established their strongest foot in the final as well. In the end they had to lose sights of the glistening trophy by the smallest of margins as they went down by 1-0 with Lokomotiv Moscow winning.
While the season was a reasonably decent one for Ural, for Ufa the malicious misdemeanour of poor performances left them flabbergasted throughout the league. The side were wiped apart and torn apart by sides, forever caught in the skirmish of the relegation battle, one they just managed to escape as they ended up in 14th place come the end of RPL 2018-19.
A new campaign brings with it a brand new opportunity for both these sides to bring semblance to their outfits and make massive strides up the table. Both will be looking to be on the ascendancy this campaign and give a better account of themselves, something they’ll be looking to get underway right from match one.
As far as this match goes, we see Ural winning this one. They have the more articulate players in their side, names who are accorded with laurels owing to their stellar footballing abilities. Playing in their own backyard is only going to favour them and we see them becoming the first side to add the three points in their kitty in RPL 2019-20.
Goal-Keeper for URY vs UFA Dream11
Oleg Baklov has been chosen as our man between the sticks for this particular fixture. With this being the first match for both the sides of the new season, both will be tentative in playing a fully attacking brand of football and Ural could see themselves emerging with a cleansheet from this encounter.
Defenders for URY vs UFA Dream11
Given the little chances of a cleansheet in this fixture, we have opted for the bare minimum of three defenders to be a part of our side for this particular fixture. It’s the more attacking minded names who have been indulged in given their ability to score off a corner or free kick and find crashing header bundle into the opposition’s goal.
This narrative sees us opt for Sergei Bryzgalvo and Mikhail Merkulov from Ural with the two defenders the mainstays of a backline which is going to need to up the ante if Ural are to enjoy their time out in the league this time around. Meanwhile from Ufa we have the lone pick of Ionut Nedelcearu making a way into our Dream 11 side.
Midfielders for URY vs UFA Dream11
Scoring 1 goals in between them in the previous season with the 6 for Eric Bicfalvi and 5 for Nikolay Dimitrov, both the players were opted for us without any further deliberations. The two have combined extremely finely together to encapsulate their skill set as goal scorers, forming an exquisite partnership that lead to Ural’s unprecedented success in the Russian Cup.
From Ufa we have a duo coming in as well in the form of Sylvester Igboun and Ondrej Vanek. Igboun was particularly impressive last season with his 9 goals seeing the Nigerian end in third place in the list of top goal scorers, waging a lone battle to effortlessly score goals despite getting no company from his compatriots.
Strikers for URY vs UFA Dream11
He was one of the best things to emerge from Ural’s 2018-19 campaign, getting six goals in his kitty to become one of the emerging finds of their campaign. And this sees us repose faith in Andrey Panyukov who alongside Vladimir Iljin forms one of the most deadly striking partnerships in the league.
Warping up our selections from Ufa is Dmitri Sysuev.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Bicfalvi is chosen as our captain for today while its Panyukov who has been made the vice-captain.
Russian Premier League
Match: Ural Vs Ufa
Date And Time: 13th July, Saturday- 7:00pm IST
Venue: Ekaterinburg Arena, Ural