Basketball fever is high in the African continent with the beginning of FIBA AfroBasket. In this encounter, the Cameroonian men are going to take on South Sudan as a part of the Group D battle in Kigali, which is in Rwanda. More about CMR vs SUD Dream 11 will be given below.
Cameroon qualified for the AfroBasket after winning four out of six games in the Qualification window. Cameroon is ranked sixty-third in the FIBA rankings while South Sudan is ninety-four. The Cameroonian squad has been playing some inspirational basketball as of late and has a lot of scoring, rebounding, and playmaking options in the team. Meanwhile, South Sudan has shown some struggles while scoring which can prove fatal against high-scoring Cameroon. South Sudan’s strong suit is rebounding and they ranked second in the category during the Qualifying stage. Turnovers also have been a huge issue for the Sudanese men and they would need to cut down on them against a team that can easily take advantage of lapses. Cameroon has the edge in this match-up but they’d have to be careful with the battle on the boards.
Match Timing: 25 August, @ 06:30 PM
Venue: Kigali Arena
Kigali Arena is the venue of the event, which is in Kigali, Rwanda.
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Dream 11 Lineup
PG: T B Puot
SG: J Nzeulie(PP)
SF: K Ngor-Kuany
PF: W Narace, P J Bayehe, N Wek
C: B Mbala(SP), D Acouth
Benoit Mbala(last match stats for FIBA AfroBasket Qualifiers)
Kuany Ngor Kuany(last match stats from FIBA AfroBasket Qualifiers)
*stats from the FIBA AfroBasket Qualifiers*
1. Williams Narace
Narace is a highly athletic forward who can get open through off-the-ball cuts and can finish inside with a flair. Williams is a physical player and will play an integral role in this game. He is a candidate as the Super-Player in the Dream11 Fantasy basketball scenario.
2. Kuany Ngor Kuany
Kuany is a multi-faceted player in the Forward position. He can score inside, shoot the ball, and he can also act as a playmaker and rebounder for the Sudanese squad.
3. Benoit Mbala
Mbala is a gem at the Forward position. He uses his size, speed, and athleticism to generate tough rim finishes, he is an all-out threat in a fastbreak situation, he also displays a more than decent shooting touch. Benoit is also a terrific rebounder and can also stack double-doubles.
4. Nyang Wek
Wek likes to operate in the paint at both ends of the floor. The Forward is a stellar rebounder and defender, while he is an occasional paint scorer.
5. Jeremy Nzeulie
Jeremy’s basketball DNA indicates he is a shooter who is the best weapon from beyond the arc for Cameroon.
6. Philippe Jordan Bayehe
7. Deng Acouth
8. Gedeon Pitard
BENCH: Samir Gbetkom, Frank Herve Tchoubaye Bakala, Aristide Mouaha Tcheussi, Arnold Kome, D.J. Strawberry, Hugues Rodrigues Tha Andela, Kenneth Kadji.
Cameroon Squad: Benoit Mbala, Jeremy Nzeuile, William Narace, Phillipe Jordan Bayehe, Gedeon Pitard, Samir Gbetkom, Frank Herve Tchoubaye Bakala, Aristide Mouaha Tcheussi, Arnold Kome, D.J. Strawberry, Hugues Rodrigues Tha Andela, Kenneth Kadji.
BENCH: Mareng Gatkouth, Deng Junior Ring, Dhieu Abwok Deing, Makuei Puondak, Deng Mayot Mabior, Anyiarbany Makoi, Koch Deng Aguer Bar.
South Sudan Squad: Deng Acouth, Nyang Wek, Kuany Ngor Kuany, Mathiang Mauot Muo, Tony Bak Puot, Mareng Gatkouth, Deng Junior Ring, Dhieu Abwok Deing, Makuei Puondak, Deng Mayot Mabior, Anyiarbany Makoi, Koch Deng Aguer Bar.
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