KRS vs TBO Dream11: FC Krasnodar will be looking for their 3rd consecutive win when they host FC Tambov in the Russian Super League match at Krasnodar Stadium. The hosts are 4th on the points table but could make a jump up to 2nd place with a win here, while Tambov ar 2nd from bottom, but can haul themselves out of the relegation zone with all 3 points from this game. But can the visitors do that?
Krasnodar have dropped all three points only in two games, the joint fewest defeats for any team in the Russian Premier League this season. But the draws have pegged the team back on far too many occasions. In fact, they shared the results in five of the last six league games. It’s not a good sign for any team looking for the highest perch in the domestic league and of the rivals are Zenit Saint-Petersburg, Lokomotiv Moscow and CSKA Moscow, the margin for error is too small for any team.
But the hosts will have the opportunity to win its 2nd consecutive win, as the opponents hardly make a good view about themselves on the points table. They are 2nd from the bottom and looks like relegation material.
That said, with 3 wins in the last four games, Tambov have collected more points in that period than Krasnodar. So there’s is certainly some momentum behind Tambov, which they will look to draw some confidence off.
Host: FC Krasnodar
Visitors: FC Tambov
Competition: Russian Premier League
Match Venue: Krasnodar Stadium
Match Timing: Monday, December 02, @10:00 PM
Even a draw is priced at high value of 4.60, making it clear that a win for the home team is the most likely event in this game. A clean sheet for the host can also be put into that category, so selecting a backline composing of home team’s players, is a good option.
FC Krasnodar to win: 1.47 (47/100), Probability to happen: 68.03%
FC Tambov to win: 6.70 (57/10), Probability to happen: 14.93%
Draw: 4.60 (18/5), Probability to happen: 21.74%
FC Krasnodar: Cristian Ramirez, Wanderson, Shapi Suleymanov, Marcus Berg
FC Tambov: George Melkadze, Vladimir Obukhov, Mikhail Kostyukov
Marcus Berg: 5 goals
Shapi Suleymanov: 4 goals
Ivan Ignatyev: 4 goals
George Melkadze: 5 goals
Vladimir Obukhov: 4 goals
Mikhail Kostyukov: 4 goals
FC Krasnodar team news: Centre-back Aleksandr Martynovich is suspended for this game due to the accumulation of yellow cards. Expect Uros Spajic to partner Jon Fjoulson at the back as a result.
Viktor Claesson (hamstring injury) and Reby Cabella (ankle injury) are both out with injuries. Manuel Fernadez is a doubt due to the knock he picked up last week and will be evaluated before the game.
FC Tambov team news: Attacking midfielder Ishkhan Geloyan is expected to miss the game for FC Tambov due to the lack of match fitness. Otherwise, the visitors will go into the game at full strength.
FC Krasnodar: Matvey Safonov (GK), Sergey Petrov, Uros Spajic, Jon Fjoulson, Cristian Ramirez, Tonny Vilhena, Yuri Gazinskiy, Wanderson, Ari, Shapi Suleymanov, Ivan Ignatyev
FC Tambov: Giorgi Shelia (GK), Aleksey Rybin, Maksim Osipenko, Ade, Aleksey Gritsaenko, Anton Kilin, Guran Tetrashvili, Pavel Karasev, Mikhail Kostyukov, George Melkadze, Vladimir Obukhov
Goalkeeper: G Shelia
Defenders: G Tetrashvili, J Fjoulson, U Spajic, C Ramirez
Midfielders: M Kostyukov, W Campos, S Petrov
Attackers: G Melkadze, M Berg (C), S Suleymanov (VC)
With Krasnodar up at 4th on the points table, and Tambov reeling down in the bottom two, there couldn’t be more striking differences between both team’s form heading into this game. We can see a win only for Krasnodar in this game.