11 November 2019 08:43
JUV vs MIL Dream11: Top of the able awaits Juventus when they go at loggerheads against a dwindling AC Milan side. They are yet to lose a match in the ongoing edition of the showpiece Italian League and when Juventus cross paths with AC Milan, the narrative looks set to remain intact. There was a slight hint of a reveal in the bygone edition of the league but come this instalment, the side have been quick to revert to their usual languishing self, a team which has been going on a haywire wayward spiral right from day one. Up against Juventus today, the side look hardly equipped to counter a side who are the only team to remain speckle free till now in the league with their 9 wins and 2 defeats seeing them remain the only side to yet succumb to a defeat. And with inter Milan refusing to go away and persistently snap at their heels with a 2-1 win for the side over Verona pushing Juventus into second place, the hosts know they can't afford to slip up even the one point today.
They'll be coming hot out of the blocks in this one, a match which looks set to be one where they'll subsequently end u cruising their way to a one sided win. Sami Castillejo and Mateo Musacchio will both be missing out for AC Milan with the players yet to recover from their injuries. Donnarumma (GK), Duarte, Romagnoli, Rodriguez, Conti, Bennacer, Krunic, Hernandez, Suso, Calhanoglu, Piatek Match: Juventus Vs AC Milan JUV vs MIL Dream11 Goal-Keeper The one discourse which is set to take place today is the fact that AC Milan are going to be pummelled defensive with Juventus being unsparing infront of paper thin defences. And although the likelihood of the side keeping a cleansheet is negligible in this one, we are still going to divulge in their shot stopper for the match owing to the saves Gianluigi Donnarumma is set to pull off today. JUV vs MIL Dream11 Defenders Having let in just the nine goals till now, Juventus have been relatively comfortable in keeping out sides from scoring in Serie A.
JUV vs MIL Dream11 Strikers This docket is all about the players from Juventus, names who have ensured the side have tasted consummate success. We begin with the team's leading goal scorer in the form of five goal and one assist man Cristiano Ronaldo with Paolo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain partnering him up for the upcoming contest. Ronaldo is being made our captain for the contest while Dybala gets handed over the vice-captain's tag. Click Here for more Dream11 Teams Prediction 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. Traore, meanwhile, put the afterburners on to leave Douglas Luiz trailing in his wake and put the ball on a plate for Raul Jimenez to double Wolves' lead, before Trezeguet's late strike for Villa. The onus was on Neves to react after a 'bad' penalty was saved against Slovan Bratislava in the 1-0 Europa League win last Thursday, and Nuno Espirito Santo was delighted with the response he came up with. "He played really well, really well," said Nuno on Neves. "Defensively, he managed the ball, good passing – and credit must go to him and Joao (Moutinho, for the goal)." Wolves won a free-kick as Tyrone Mings cynically tripped Traore and instead of shooting or crossing into the box, Moutinho passed it sideways to compatriot Neves, who emphatically came up with the goods. Nuno was asked whether it was a routine straight off the training ground – but the boss said it was more a case of his players acting on instinct. Traore had been selected for Euro qualifiers against Malta and Romania – but he was forced to withdraw with an unspecified injury and was being assessed today. Villa chief Dean Smith was very complimentary of another Wolves player as well. Jimenez, who got the second, caught Smith's eye with his work in attack. "They've got the pace of Traore and one of the best forwards we've come up against in Jimenez, a very good player," said Smith on Wolves' £32million record signing. "He goes in behind, works really hard for the team, a really good performance from him." Jimenez is going away with Mexico despite Tata Martino saying the nation's European-based players would be rested until 2020. Injury-hit Villa lost at Molineux yesterday to slip to a third straight Premier League loss. Ruben Neves and Raul Jimenez scored as Wolves dominated, despite Trezeguet's injury-time strike. Wolves Mexican striker Raul Jimenez (R) celebrates with Irish defender Matt Doherty (L) after scoring their second goal. The best thing was it was only 1-0 at half time," said Smith. "It's not really for you to print (what he said at half-time). You have to go and compete, it doesn't matter what game you're playing. Wolves Spanish striker Adama Traore (L) vies with Aston Villa's Brazilian midfielder Douglas Luiz (R). Replacement Jed Steer lasted just eight minutes, limping off with an Achilles issue, while Matt Targett came off with blurred vision and Bjorn Engels missed the game with a hip problem. "It (the disruption) doesn't affect your desire to win a header, a tackle and a second ball," Smith insisted. Technology Steer's replacement, Orjan Nyland, was beaten by Neves' fine 41st-minute strike, the midfielder drilling in from the edge of the box. Adama Traore hit the bar before Jimenez made it 2-0 with six minutes left. Trezeguet gave Villa hope with a late strike late, which was given by goal-line technology, but the hosts held on. Boss Nuno Espirito Santo said: "We always compete, this is very tough to do and it makes me very proud. "We played very well, we dominated the game, especially in the first half. "Villa created more problems in the second half, didn't allow us to press as high, but we're happy because we made the second goal and could have made more."