CSK vs KSS Dream11 Match Preview, Team News, Lineups
Russian giants, CSKA Moscow open their 2019-20 campaign with an away trip as they travel from Moscow all the way to Samara to take on Krylia Sovetov Samara in their opening Russian Premier League match on Sunday.
The Russian Premier League match will be played between Krylia Sovetov Samara and CSKA Moscow at Cosmos Arena, in Samara, Russia. The ground has a capacity of 44,918.
The game will start at 07:00 PM (IST), on Sunday, July 14.
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Krylia Sovetov Samara – W L L L W W CSKA Moscow – W W L W L W
Krylia Sovetov Samara Team News:
No injury concerns for the hosts ahead of this game.
Possible INs and OUTs of this game:
Krylya Sovetov had a terrible last season, where they just about managed to avoid the relegation. No wonder, they lost a lot of key players and look like a totally different team. It’s still unclear what playing 11 will Miodrag Božović name for this game.
Former Russia international Dmitri Kombarov is with the team and will be amongst the started here.
The Samara team added Croatian forward Dejan Radonjic from NK Lokomotiva Zagreb to their roster.
Sergei Kornilenko has decided to hang up his boots after spending eight years at the club.
Krylia Sovetov Samara Probable XI:
Sergei Ryzhikov (GK), Dmitri Kombarov, Taras Burlak, Maxim Karpov, Georgi Zotov, Paul-Viorel Anton, Artem Timofeev, Anton Zinkovskiy, Radu Ginsari, Anton Terekhov, Aleksandr Sobolev
CSKA Moscow Team News:
Georgy Schennikov and Alan Dzagoev have both been ruled out of this game with their respective injuries.
Igor Diveev and Dmitri Efremov seemed to have recovered fully from their injuries as the duo has been named in the squad which will travel to Samara. So, these two should be fine.
Croatian defender Zvonimir Sarlija has also made the cut in CSKA Moscow’s squad. He has joined the team on a season-long loan from Slaven Belupo.
Here is the full squad:
Goalkeepers: Igor Akinfeev, Ilya Pomazun, Georgy Kyrnats
Defenders: Mario Fernandes, Kirill Nababkin, Hordur Magnusson, Nikita Chernov, Nair Tiknizyan, Viktor Vasin, Zvonimir Sarlija, Igor Diveev
Midfielders: Dmitry Efremov, Jaka Bijol, Nikola Vlašić, Arnor Sigurdsson, Ivan Oblyakov, Kristijan Bistrovic, Ilzat Akhmetov, Konstantin Kuchaev, Konstantin Maradishvili