The FIBA Women’s Asia Cup is going to conclude today with the four teams for the FIBA World Cup Qualifying tournament already decided. In this game, two Asian powerhouses in Japan and China are going to collide for the title. More about JPN-W vs CHN-W Dream11 is going to be imparted here.
This is a big-time game between the Olympics silver medalist Japan and historical heavyweight China. Both teams are unbeaten in the tournament and this will be the first loss for one of them.
China presents challenges in terms of size and its shooting ability. The biggest problem comes from the Center position where Yuere Li is backed by Xu Han. Both of the big players can shoot over comparatively shorter defenders of Japan. However, guards like Wang and Yang can also be destructive with their shooting, making China difficult to guard.
Japan thrives on the ball movement, triggered by the slick passing of Miyazaki. The team moves well without the ball and can shoot from outside while creating dribble-drive opportunities. To cope against the size of China, the team can certainly employ a strong team defense and surround the big players. China has been dominant in all games but Japan can pose a host of challenges? China has a slight edge but no one can overlook the defending champions; this is a fun-filled affair.
Match Timing: 03 October, @ 05:30 PM
Venue: Prince Hamza
Prince Hamza is located in Amman, Jordan, and is the designated venue for all the games in the tournament.
Games: 04| 04
Wins: 04| 04
Defeats: 00| 00
Points Per Game: Himawari Akaho: 13.3
Assists Per Game: Himawari Akaho: 4.3
Rebounds Per Game: Saori Miyazaki: 9.3
Steals Per Game: Himawari Akaho: 2.8
Blocks Per Game: Stephanie Mawuli: 1.3
Points Per Game: Yueru Li: 15.5
Assists Per Game: Xu Han: 7.3
Rebounds Per Game: Siyu Wang: 5.5
Steals Per Game: Liwei Yang/ Sijing Huang: 2.7
Blocks Per Game: Sijing Huang: 1.3
*stats from last game*
Led the team in assists during the last game. Leads all players in assists during the tournament. A stellar Super/Pro Player option in the Dream11 Fantasy basketball scenario.
Led team in steals and blocks during the last match.
The player shot 5/10 from beyond the arc.
Has registered two or more steals and blocks in the last two games.
Led her team in points and rebounds in the last game. A Super-Player option in the Dream11 Fantasy basketball scenario.
Led team in steals and blocks in the last match.
Led her team in assists and steals in the last game.
PF: Stephanie Mawuli
SF: Himawari Akaho
C: Monica Okoye
SG: Saki Hayashi
PG: Saori Miyazaki
Bench: Risa Nishioka, Nanako Todo, Moe Nagata, Mai Yamamoto, Tamami Nakada, Haruno Nemoto, Kiho Miyashita.
Japan Squad: Saori Miyazaki, Saki Hayashi, Himawari Akaho, Stephanie Mawuli, Monica Okoye, Risa Nishioka, Nanako Todo, Moe Nagata, Mai Yamamoto, Tamami Nakada, Haruno Nemoto, Kiho Miyashita
PF: Ru Zhang
SF: Zhenqi Pan
C: Yueru Li
SG: Siyu Wang
PG: Liwei Yang
Bench: Meng Li, Tongtong Wu, Yuan Li, Sijing Huang, Hengyu Yang, Xu Han, Yifan Li.
China Squad: Liwei Yang, Yuan Li, Siyu Wang, Tongtong Wu, Ru Zhang, Meng Li, Zhenqi Pan, Sijing Huang, Hengyu Yang, Yueru Li, Xu Han, Yifan Li.
The action is available on livebasketball.tv. Scores can be checked on fiba.basketball while highlights can be seen on FIBA’s Official YouTube channel.
None. No official streaming in India.