VAL Vs VIL Dream11 : Valencia look to capitalise on a catapulting and waning Villarreal side today.
With just the two points and two places separating today’s opponents, for both of Valencia and Villarreal a win would be a massive shot in the arm in not only making massive strides in the points tally but also putting much distance between each other. It makes today’s match an intoxicating brew, a clash where either side will be looking to leave no stone unturned as they vie for the three points on the da.
For Villarreal in particular, a win takes paramount importance with the team struggling in recent times. The side have lost all semblance to go winless in their last four outings, a set of events which include two defeats on the bounce with the most latest being a 3-1 defeat against Celta Vigo. The side’s horrid string of results have seen them unravel from challenging for a spot in the upper section of the league to slumping to 14th with a mere five wins.
Elsewhere, although Valencia also have the five wins, the side are bound to be buoyed by their recent outings, ones which have seen the side unlock their true potential in recent times. The club scored twice against Chelsea in their Champions League encounter, a result which will buoy them and help wipe aware the peril of the 2-1 defeat suffered at the hands of Real Bests in La Liga most recently.
Probable Playing 11
- Jaume Costa, Cristiano Piccini, Goncalo Guedes, Denis Cheryshev and Mouctar Diakhaby are all part of a lengthy pile of injuries woes for the side with the aforementioned names all set to skip this one for Villarreal.
- Bruno Soriano, Ramiro Guerra and Santiago Caseres are all set to be out of action for the visiting side today with the players suffering injury issues.
Jasper Cillessen (GK), Jose Gaya, Gabriel Paulista, Ezequiel Garay, Daniel Wass, Ferran Torres, Daniel Parejo, Francis Coquelin, Carlos Soler, Maxi Gomez, Rodrigo Moreno
Sergio Asenjo (GK), Ruben Pena, Raul Albiol, Pau Torres, Xavi Quintilla, Anguissa, Moi Gomez, Santi Cazorla, Samuel Chukwueze, Gerard Moreno, Karl Toko-Ekambi
La Liga 2019-20
Match: Valencia Vs Villarreal
Date And Time: 1st December, Sunday- 1:30am IST
Venue: Estadio de Mestalla, Valencia
- Jose Gaya, Ferran Torres, Daniel Parejo, Rodrigo Moreno
- Sergio Asenjo, Ruben Pena, Santi Cazorla, Gerard Moreno
- Daniel Parejo: 6 Goals, 2 Assists
- Gerard Moreno: 8 Goals, 2 Assists
VAL Vs VIL Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Villarreal’s goal-keeper, Sergio Asenjo is being inducted into our Dream 11 side for this clash. The goal-keeper has pulled off a slew of saves recently but that’s not the only reason for his induction.
His side have faltered in defence immensely and with Valencia looking so ominous in attack recently, he looks set to ring in a hoard of saves as he looks to save a beleaguered backline come today.
VAL Vs VIL Dream11 Defenders
The likelihood of this clash revelling either side in a cleansheet come today is extremely unlikely with both the setup’s not only faltering in defence but also owing to the fact that these two sides are bound to come hot out of the blocks. It sees us restrain ourselves to the bare minimum of three selections, opting for defenders of the attacking persuasion, a discourse which begins with Jose Gaya from the side.
Elsewhere from the opposition we have indulged ourselves in a partnership which comes bearing not only exceptional value owing to their penchant for the goal but also given the mere price tag of 8 credits either player holds. Pau Torres and Xavier Quintilla-Guasch are sublime picks for the day, two players we earmark getting in a solid amount of points today.
VAL Vs VIL Dream11 Midfielders
Valencia’s leading goal scorer with the 6 goals and 2 assists, Daniel Parejo becomes the first name to be hammered down in our Dream 11 setup. The home side’s player has been in illustrious and sublime touch, a player who is an instrumental part of their framework of success in the unit’s attacking travails, someone we see adding to his tally come today.
Ferran Torres is also coming in for us while from Villarreal we are making Santi Cazorla our first pick. This season has been one where the player has rejuvenated his career with a plethora of goals and assists to see him act as the talisman of his side, a player who has reminded us of how enterprising and enigmatic his extradonaire brand of football is. Andre Zambo Anguissa comes into our side as well to wrap up proceedings for this contest in this section.
VAL Vs VIL Dream11 Strikers
Villarreal’s leading goal scorer with 8 goals and 2 assists, Gerard Moreno was the first name on our mind for this contest. If his side are to wrench out of their ordeal, the player will need to reverberate the same euphoria filled displays and up against a paper thin defence, we ensilage him putting in a resounding display come today.
From Valencia meanwhile we are beginning with Rodrigo Moreno, a layer whose horrendous defeats against Chelsea cost them the encounter. They were howler of mistakes, goals which should have been scored with feet tied but with the player being the most forward moving and centrally deployed striker by his side, we are reposing faith in him for the day.
Maxi Gomez comes in as well from the unit to complete our set of picks for this contest.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Parejo will lead our side out for the day as captain while Moreno is 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.