ROS vs AT Dream11 Team Prediction | Russian Premier League – Arsenal Tula vs FC Rostov, Fantasy Team News
Updated on: Jul 28, 2019 6:42 pm IST
ROS vs AT Dream11 Match Preview, Team News, Lineups
No doubt that emulating the achievement of last season will be difficult for Arsenal Tula, as, for the first time in a very long time, they managed to squeeze into European places. But the last season should serve as a motivation rather than a burden and from the first two games, it seems that the team is ready for another strong campaign.
FC Rostov have hit the ground running, accumulating four points from the first two matches.
The visitors must be high on confidence as well, after snatching a late point against a strong Spartak Moskva in the last game.
It’s going to be a fascinating battle with both the teams starting the game as equal favorites.
The Russian Premier League match will be played between Arsenal Tula and FC Rostov at Arsenal Stadium, in Tula, Russia. The ground has a capacity of 20,074.
The game will start at 07:00 PM (IST), on Sunday, July 28.
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Recent form (Last six matches)
Arsenal Tula – D W D D D W
FC Rostov – W L W L W D
Arsenal Tula Team News:
- Evans Kangwa and Mihail Aleksandrov are the injury absentees for the hosts ahead of this game.
- Other than the above-mentioned duo, Arsenal Tula have a full squad to go with for their next game.
Arsenal Tula Probable XI:
Mihail Levashov (GK), Anri Khagush, Gia Grigalava, Maksim Belyaev, Kirill Kombarov, Georgi Kostadinov, Igor Gorbatenko, Lameck Banda, Sergey Tkachev, Daniil Lesovoy, Evgeni Lutsenko
FC Rostov FC Team News:
- No missing players for FC Rostov. The squad is healthy and all the players are available for selection.
- However, 35-year-old midfielder Alexandru Gatcan has left FC Rostov after 11 years of service. Rostov’s last weekend game against Spartak Moscow was his last game for the Rostov-on-Don team.
FC Rostov Probable XI:
Sergey Pesjakov (GK), Aleksey Kozlov, Dmitri Chistyakov, Ragnar Sigurdsson, Evgeni Chernov, Mathias Normann, Aleksey Ionov, Ivelin Popov, Roman Eremenko, Khoren Bayramyan, Eldor Shomurpodov