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URY vs SO Dream11 Prediction | Russian Premier League | FC Ural vs PFC Sochi, Fantasy Team News

By Anurag tyagi @anuragtyaggi

URY vs SO Dream11 Match Preview, Team News, Lineups

FC Ural will be looking to snap a four-game winless run when they host the newly-promoted PFC Sochi in the Russian Premier League at Central Stadium of Yekaterinburg, on Monday night.

The 1-3 home loss to Krylya Sovetov was Ural’s 2nd consecutive defeat and 3rd in the last four games. Winning twice in the opening two games looks a thing of a distant past, and the reality is that the Ural are slipping down the order with each passing week.

That said, the game against PFC Sochi is a perfect opportunity for manager Dmytro Parfenov to guide his team back to the winning ways.

The visitors are only one of the two teams not to win a match in the Russian Premier League this season. However, Sochi have managed three consecutive draws, including two 0-0, which should give them some belief for their next game.


Match Details:

The Russian Premier League match will be played between FC Ural and PFC Sochi at Central Stadium of Yekaterinburg, in the city of Yekaterinburg in Russia. The ground has a capacity of 35,061.
The game will start at 08:30 PM (IST), on Monday, August 26.


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Recent form (Last six matches)
FC Ural –
W W L D L L
PFC Sochi – L L L D D D


FC Ural Team News:

  • Othman El Kabir (thigh injury) and Michal Kucharczyk (muscle injury) will not feature here due to their injury issues.
  • While center-back Roman Yemelyanov is set to serve a one-game ban here following dismissal in the last game.

Possible INs and OUTs of this game:

  • Denis Polyakov is the likeliest replacement for Yemelyanov at the back.
  • Two of the three goals in the last game were cored by Krylya Sovetov from the left side, and that’s why Islamzhan Nasyrov may find it hard to hold down his place in the playing 11. If that happens, Mikhail Merkulov may come into the starting 11 to replace Nasyrov.

FC Ural Probable XI:

Yaroslav Godzyur (GK), Mikhail Merkulov, Denis Polyakov, Varazdat, Denys Kulakov, Nikolay Dimitrov, Andrey Egorychev, Rafal Augustyniak, Yuri Bavin, Eric Bicalfi, Andrei Panyukov


PFC Sochi FC Team News:

  • Forward Maksim Barsov remains out for PFC Sochi. The 267-year-old is recovering from a serious knee injury and is yet to feature for the club this season.
  • While Sochi will have to cope without the services of their center-back Ivan Miladinovic.

Possible ins or outs of this game:

  • Aleksandr Tochilin is expected to go with more or less the same side which drew 1-1 against FC Orenburg in the last game.
  • Nikita Kalugin was more than underwhelming at the back in the last game and may lose his place in the playing 11.
  • Tochilin could go with a 3-man backline here, with two wing-backs, Timofey Margasov, and Elmir Nabiullin, moving further forward.

PFC Sochi Probable XI:

Soslan Dzhanaev (GK), Ivan Novoseltsev, Igor Yurganov, Fedor Kudryashov, Elmir Nabiullin, Dusan Lagator, Ibrahim Tsallagov, Christian Noboa, Timofey Margasov, Dmitriy Poloz, Anton Zabolotny


Likely to score:

  • For FC Ural: Eric Bicalfi, Andrei Panyukov, Yuri Bavin
  • For PFC Sochi: Dmitriy Poloz, Anton Zabolotny, Ibrahim Tsallagov

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Eric Bicalfi: Hasn’t scored in the last three league games, but the 31-year-old is clearly the most dangerous players in this team. For he can be decisive with his passing, while his goal-scoring abilities can’t be questioned either.

This season:

  • Games: 05
  • Goals: 02
  • Assists: 01

Vladimir Iljin: He has been registering some serious stats this season, despite featuring mainly from the bench. Go with him in your Dream11 team.

This season:

  • Games: 03
  • Goals: 02
  • Assists: 01

More options:

  • Yuri Bavin

Dmitriy Poloz: Scored the equalizer in the last game, his first goal of the season. Overall he had a fantastic game, giving both Shakhov and Sivakov many nervy moments in the match.

With the goal drought finally ending, the 28-year-old will be brimming with confidence.

Last season:

  • Games: 27
  • Goals: 05
  • Assists: 01

Christian Noboa: The engine of the team. A provider, good tackler with the passing range which makes him one of the standout players in this team.

Surely, Ural must have worked out some plan for him, because the 34-year-old can dictate the proceedings from the midfield.

Strength:

  • Passing
  • Game reading
  • Positioning
  • Key passing
  • Tackling

More options from PFC Sochi:

  • Anton Zabolotny
  • Ibrahim Tsallagov

Suggested combination:


URY vs SO Dream11 potential winner:
PFC Sochi should at least get a draw here.

Anurag tyagi @anuragtyaggi

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