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| On Aug 29, 2019 5:40 AM IST

TOR vs WOL Dream11 Prediction | Europa League Qualifiers | Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Torino, Fantasy Team News


TOR vs WOL Dream11 Match Preview, Team News, Lineups


Wolves will head into their penultimate 2nd leg Europa League playoff match against Torino with a 3-2 advantage from the 1st leg.

If Nuno Espirito Santo’s side manage to see out the Italian team, Wolves will be qualifying for the Europa League for the first time in their history.

Match Details:

The Europa League Qualifiers match will be played between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Torino at Molineux Stadium, in Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England. The ground has a capacity of 31,700.
The game will start at 12:15 AM (IST), on Friday, August 30.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers –
Torino – W W W D L W

Wolverhampton Wanderers Team News:

  • Wolves are at full strength for this game. No player is expected to miss the game either due to injury or suspension.

Possible INs and OUTs of this game:

  • This is the one important game for Wolves, as a win here will give this team a little piece of history of this club.
  • That said, Nuno could still make changes to the team which started the last league game against Burnley last weekend.
  • Jesus Vallejo has been preferred by Nuno in the Europa League and he should start in the 2nd leg as well. It means Ryan Bennett could be dropped down to the bench.
  • Adama Traore and Matt Doherty battle for a place on the right-wing, and we expect the former to be in the starting 11 here.
  • Ruben Vinagre started on the left flank in Turin but Nuno could go with the experienced Jonny Castro in the 2nd leg.
  • In addition, Leander Dendoncker featured from the bench only at the weekend, and will surely return here.
  • Morgan Gibbs-White is expected to make way for Romain Saïss in the midfield.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Probable XI:

​Patricio (GK), Boly, Coady, Vallejo, Vinagre, Dendoncker, Neves, Moutinho, Traore, Jota, Jimenez

Torino FC Team News:

  • Cristian Ansaldi was subbed off at half time against Sassuolo following a muscle injury and has been ruled out from this game.
  • Nicolas Nkoulou‘s uncertain future means head coach Walter Mazzarri has expelled him from his matchday squad. The 29-year-old is on AS Roma’s transfer radar.
  • Iago Falque remains a long-term injury.

Torino squad for the 2nd leg:

  • Goalkeeper: Gemello, Rosati, Sirigu
  • Defenders: Aina, Bonifazi, Bremer, De Silvestri, Djidji, Izzo, Singo
  • Midfielders: Baselli, Berenguer, Lukic, Meite, Rincon
  • Attackers: Belotti, Millico, Rauti, Zaza, Parigini

Possible ins or outs of this game:

  • Ola Aina is expected to start in Ansaldi’s place in the 2nd leg.
  • With Armando Izzo and Gleison Bremer guaranteed to start at the back, both Kevin Bonifazi and Koffi Djidji fight for one spot at the back.

Torino Probable XI:

Sirigu (GK), De Silvestri, N’Koulou, Bremer, Izzo, Ansaldi, Meite, Rincon, Baselli, Belotti, Zaza

Likely to score:

  • For Wolverhampton Wanderers: Raul Jimenez, Diego Jota
  • For Torino: Andrew Belotti, Simone Zaza

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Andrea Belotti: The 25-year-old has been in great form of late. He is Torino’s horse for all-weather and will be a threat for Wolves all day long.

He is already up and running for the season, scoring five times in the four Europa League qualifiers.

Last season:

  • Games: 37
  • Goals: 15
  • Assist: 03

This season:

  • Games: 08
  • Goals: 06

Simone Zaza: Another in-form player on Wolves roster. The 28-year-old Italian has already equaled the last season’s efforts of 4 goals.

The former Valencia man brings a whole lot of other aspects to the game. He is good in the air and loves to bring the midfield into the play with his holdup play upfront.

Last season:

  • Games: 29
  • Goals: 04
  • Assist: 03

This season:

  • Games: 07
  • Goals: 04

More options from Torino:

  • Lorenzo De Silvestri: Always a threat. Has the habits of popping up with goals or assists.
  • Daniele Baselli: Torino’s talented midfielder is the engine of the team. He may not be a regular goalscorer, but the 27-year-old usually dominate the proceedings from the midfield.

Ruben Neves: Wolves’ prized-asset. His passing, long or short, his shots, no matter whether taken from further upfield or from inside the box, the 22-year-old is almost a complete package.

With him playing at home and in front of the home support, expect him to be on the top of his game.

This season:

  • Games: 07
  • Goals: 03

Raul Jimenez: The 28-year-old Mexican has been in great form ever since joining Wolves last season. He scored in the first leg and will be looking to carry on his good form.

This season:

  • Games: 08
  • Goals: 06

More options from Wolves:

  • Joao Moutinho
  • Diego Jota

Suggested combination:

The match will be updated on India Fantasy Premium website.

TOR vs WOL Dream11 potential winner:
Wolves are favorite to win the match.

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