WOL Vs BRG Dream11 Team, Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Top of the table clash set to regale us in an intriguing encounter.
Wolverhampton needed time to settle into their groove in the Europa League but once the side were able to make their bed, they have ensured that it was a comfortable one. The team’s first ever Europa League outing in over 30 years has transpired fruitfully for the outfit with the club sitting on the cusp of qualification from Group K as things stand.
While the true potential of the side was never one to be doubted, the runt of hectic football took its toll on the club from the Premier League with the side wavering in their sojourns in the opening exchanges of the campaign. They have settled down pristinely though with the team emulating the same progressive and relentless attacking form which saw it being held in such reverence in the foregone edition of the Premier League, one the side have carried forward into the Europa League as well.
Defeating Slovan Bratislava the last time around in a 1-0 win, the club find themselves in second place ahead of today’s impending encounter with the three wins from their four matches. The only defeat came against Braga, a 1-0 downing at home which the side will be looking to redeem and erase the one point deficit separating both the sides at the point.
Elsewhere, with top spot within their sights, Braga who trounced Besiktas 3-1 in their last outing remain the only side in the group to yet lose an encounter, a narrative which documents how impeccable they have been, the side will be looking to come hot out of the blocks today. This is a match which looks set to be an intoxicating brew, an encounter which is said to regale us in a riveting brand of football when these two go at loggerheads.
Probable Playing 11
- Raul Silva, Ahmed Hassan, Vitor Tormena and Tiago Sa are all ruled out for Braga with the players failing to recover from their injuries in time for today.
- Willy Bolly and Ryan Bennett are both set to be sidelined for the visiting outfit for this one given their injury plight.
Matheus (GK), Esgalo, Viana, Wallace, Sequeira, Fransergio, Palhinha, Galeno, A Horta, R Horta, Paulinho
Patricio (GK), Dendoncker, Coady, Kilman, Jonny, Saiss, Neves, Vinagre, Neto, Cutrone, Jimenez
Europa League 2019-20
Match: Braga Vs Wolverhampton Group K
Date And Time: 28th November, Thursday- 11:25pm IST
Venue: Estádio Municipal de Braga, Braga
Where To Watch: Sony Ten 2/HD
- Matheus, Palhinha, Galeno, Paulinho
- Dendoncker, Kilman, Saiss, Cutrone
Top Goal Scorer
- Jimenez: 6 Goals, 2 Assists
WOL Vs BRG Dream11 Goal-Keeper
With Wolverhampton being one of the most indomitable and daunting attacking units in Europe, Braga’s goal-keeper, Matheus Lima Magalhaes is begin selected by us for today’s forthcoming clash. The player comes in owing to the saves he’s set to serenade our way, a set of events which make him a solid pick for this facet of our Dream 11 side.
WOL Vs BRG Dream11 Defenders
A major reason for Wolverhampton flourishing in the Europa League is owing to the sold defensive backline the side have marauded their way with in the group stage encounters. It’s seen the side give away a mere two goals in four matches with the team making for a compact, astute and stringent defensive setup to see us repose faith in them come today’s clash as well.
It sees us pick out a duo of picks form Wolverhampton not just owing to the likelihood of them keeping a cleansheet but also given the attacking impetuous these names will provide to the side today. Both Romain Saiss and Jonny Castro Otto are imbedded in our team for the day whilst from the home side we have decided to venture in with Wallace for today.
WOL Vs BRG Dream11 Midfielders
Being on corner, freekick and penalty responsibilities always meant that Wolverhampton’s Rubin Neves was going to be the first player to be brought in by us in this segment of our Dream 11 side. The player always carries a threat to pop up with a goal given his penchant for shooting and sending down thumping shots at the goal to see us rope him into our team for the day.
He will be accompanied by Ruben Vinagre and Leander Dendoncker, two players who come in owing to their dual nature as performers. They’ll not only be asked to hold fort defensively for the side but also keep transitioning the ball from defence to attack, something the two are more than adept at doing fruitfully.
From Braga meanwhile we have decided to move in with the partnership of Andre Hota and Wanderson Galeno for today’s forthcoming contest.
WOL Vs BRG Dream11 Strikers
The two will be partnered up by Ricardo Horta, the most likely goal scorer for the unit in this contest, someone who’ll be asked to take onus and deliver a sublime attacking display. Elsewhere, Raul Jimenez from Wolverhampton was always going to be a regulation choice for us with the player being indispensible to the team’s cause ever since last season. He’s carried on in his free flowing goal coring travails with the 7 goals and four assists till now to make him a must have option for the day.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Jimenez will be captaining our side out as well whilst Neves is our 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.