VNO vs FEY Dream11 : Horrendous Venlo try to win their first match in more than a month and scram out of the relegation zone
When you have played 11 matches, lost eight of them and lost five successive matches, it is hardly surprising that you find yourself slumped in the trenches of the points tally. And that is exactly where today’s home side Venlo are imbedded with the side struggling to wrench free of their ordeal, seeing their qualms increase with every match with lacklustre, despondent and agonising displays leaving them in a predicament.
What has made for horrid viewing is not only the results which have swung against the side but the complete and abject lack of a fight they have failed to show in those encounters. The side have been completely bereft of ideas of how to bring an end to their impasse and stop their disruptive run of form with their most recent encounter in the league seeing them be defeated 4-1 by Sittard.
And the adverse set of results look set to continue for them today as well with the side set to be embroiled in a tussle when they go at loggerheads against Feyenoord in this one. Placed in 12th place, they themselves haven’t been too maverick either, trounced and thumped by Ajax 4-0 in their bygone match, a result they’ll be looking to climb out of and curb their three match winless run which has seen them unravel recently.
Probable Playing 11
- Bram Verbong is the only injury concern for the home side today with the player set to miss this one.
- Feyenoord on the other hand will Beek and Edgar for this match with both the players sidelined due to their injuries.
Thorsten Kirschbaum (GK), Roel Janssen, Nils Roseler, Steffen Schafer, Tobias Pachonik, Richard Neudecker, Lee Cattermole, Danny Post, Peter van Ooijen, Haji Wright, John Yeboah
Kenneth Vermeer (GK), Rick Karsdorp, Eric Botteghin, Marcos Senesi, Ridgeciano Haps, Renato Hapia, Leroy Fer, Steven Berghuis, Jens Toornstra, Luis Sinisterra, Nicolai Jorgensen
Match: Venlo Vs Feyenoord
Date And Time: 3rd November, Sunday- 7:00pm IST
Venue: Seacon Stadion-De Koel, Venlo
- Thorsten Kirschbaum, Steffen Schafer, Haji Wright, John Yeboah
- Kenneth Vermeer, Steven Berghuis, Jens Toornstra, Luis Sinisterra
- Linthorst: 4 Goals
- Steven Berghuis: 5 Goals, 2 Assists
VNO vs FEY Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Having shipped in the 28 goals in 11 matches, the fact that Venlo won’t be keeping a cleansheet in this clash hardly comes as a surprising one. It’s a foregone conclusion, but we are still sticking with their goal-keeper, Thorsten Kirschbaum for this one owing to the save points he should rope in given the onslaught of shots he’ll be coming up against.
VNO vs FEY Dream11 Defenders
If Venlo have been an atrocity at the back, Feyenoord haven’t managed to fare off massively better in the backline either. These are two sides who have been walked all over by their opponents, leaking 50 goals in 22 matches in between them to see their defensive gameplan vanish in smoke.
It sees us get in the bare minimum of three requisite defenders for this clash, all of them players of the attacking persuasion with a duo representing us from Feyenoord in the form of Rick Karsdorp and Ridgeciano Haps while from the home side its Nils Roseler who has been opted for by us.
VNO vs FEY Dream11 Midfielders
With 5 goals and 2 assists, Steven Berghuis comes into our side from Feyenoord as our first pick in this docket. He’s put against a side which can be pummelled and battered way too easily, a per thin defence which has done little else to pick up the pieces.
Berghuis will adequately exploit this gaping holes and weakness to batter and rattle his opposition and get him ample goals today to maul Venlo. He’s accompanied by Jens Toornstra while from Venlo we have their leading goal scorer with the three goals, Evert Linthorst become our first pick alongside Peter van Ooijen.
VNO vs FEY Dream11 Strikers
The two players from the visiting side for us as we move in with the daunting partnership of Luis Sinisterra and Naoual Banis. The two are bound to manifest their succulent skill set in stadium and leave the opposition flummoxed, a side against whom they’ll blatantly thrive and cut short their work.
Elsewhere the singular pick of Haji Wright comes in to close out our Dream 11 side from Venlo for the upcoming clash.
VNO vs FEY Dream11 Captain And Vice-Captain
Berghuis is our side’s captain for this match while we have decided to make Sinisterra 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.