WOL vs PYN Dream11 : Wolverhampton look to wrap up a 4-0 lead from the away leg when they take on Pyunik at home today in their Europa League qualifier third round match
One of the most progressive sides in Europe at the moment, Wolverhampton have been on an incredible up rise over the course of the last year. The side stamped their authority in the Premier League in the previous season and have ever since then gone onto only build on the incredible platform crafted by a bunch of worldclass players.
Playing in the Europa League for the first time in over 40 years, Wolverhampton have taken extremely kindly to the qualification process. Trouncing their opponents with relative ease, the side head into the home leg of their fixture against Pyunik today with a healthy 4-0 lead, one which promises to be an unassailable one.
With Raul Jimenez scoring twice in that encounter along with Matt Doherty and Ruben Neves finding the one each, Wolverhampton face off against their opponents in the second leg of the clash today with four vital away goals. And given the immense superiority they hold over Pyunik, today’s match look set to be another one where the English club emerge with a comprehensive win and seal their berth in the next round, one whose cusp they sit on at the moment.
Elsewhere for Pyunik, while progression into the proceeding round looks to be extremely tepid, improbable in fact, today’s match is a chance to compete against an exemplary outfit. For the side, the agenda ahead of today’s match will be all about rectifying the mistakes they made in the previous contest and showcasing their skill set on the biggest and grandest stage of them all.
Probable Playing 11
- Wolverhampton could give their new striker, Patrick Cutrone, who signed for 16 million from AC Milan his first start today.
- Centre-back Jesus Vallejo is also expected to start this one for Wolverhampton with the new signing set to play his first encounter for the outfit.
Patricio (GK), Bennett, Vallejo, Coady, Kilman, Gibbs-White, Dendoncker, Saiss, Vinagre, Traore, Cutrone
Dragojevic (GK), Stankov, Zhestokov, Marku, Manucharyan, Mkrtchyan, Simonyan, Burzanovic, Mahmudov, Shevchuk, Miranyan
Europa League Qualifiers
Match: Wolverhampton vs Pyunik
Date And Time: 16th August, Friday- 12:15am IST
Venue: Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton
WOL vs PYN Dream 11 Picks
Goal-Keeper for WOL vs PYN Dream11
One of the biggest conundrums for us while building our Dream 11 side for this pertinent encounter was picking out four ideal players from Pyunik. There’s a real dearth of viable picks from the side and with us envisaging them to be minced in this match, we were left pondering over who to include from their side for this fixture.
We decided to begin with their goal-keeper, Andrija Dragojevic first. Although the side are likely to leak in a plethora of goals today, their shot stopper should make for good value with the amount of shots he’s bound to come across. It’s a proposition which increases the likelihood of his contributing with saves and getting in some good points for us today.
Defenders for WOL vs PYN Dream11
With a Premier League encounter looming for Wolverhampton at the weekend, expect the side to role in some heavy changes for this fixture. They’ll be looking at this encounter as a chance to give some lesser tried out performers much needed playing time out in the middle, making picking out a side for this match a little tricky proposition.
This sees us pick out the safest names from their backline with is bringing in all three of their centrebacks of this fixture. Ryan Bennet and Conor Coady are ascertained of starting every match for the side given the mainstay roles they occupy in the side’s defence while new signing Jesus Vallejo should finally get his first start for the team as well.
The home side ended up keeping a cleansheet the last time around against the same opponents, following it up with a cleansheet against Leicester City as well and we fully envision them coming out with another today. This is a trivalent which should amass a bagful of points for our side and might even come up with a goal in between them.
Midfielders for WOL vs PYN Dream11
Ruben Neves was rested when the two sides met the last time around and we don’t see him playing this one ether. In his absence, the importance of Leander Dendoncker increases for the side in the centre of the park and he’s showed over the course of the last month that he’s someone who loves taking accountability on himself.
He’ll be accompanied by Romain Saiss and the attack minded Ruben Vinagre who returned with a vital goal for the side in their second round qualifier. From the opposition we have decided to get in Artem Simonyan as the lone pick here.
Strikers for WOL vs PYN Dream11
Having shelled out 16 million for the services of Patrick Cutrone, a name they entrusted to help fill in the gaps of what is a paper thin strike force at the moment, Wolverhampton should hand him his first start today. He could end up being a massive difference maker to our side with only 3% of people having selected him, someone we see traversing his way in his travails to get a goal with ease.
We have opted for a duo meanwhile from Pyunik with both Artur Miranyan and Edgar Manucharyan coming in for us. The side have nothing to lose and will come hot out of the blocks in a bid to make things jittery for the hosts with a couple of early goals.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Cutrone is our captain for today while Vinagre 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, their performances in recent time, how the two teams have fared in the footballing fraternity over the course of the last year 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 who are expected to dole out the maximum points.