Now the FIBA AfroBasket tournament has moved to the Quarterfinals leg and we have already seen two teams book a spot for the Semis where Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire are going to meet. The winner of this game between Tunisia and South Sudan is going to clash against the victorious team between Cape Verde and Uganda. More about TUN vs SUD Dream 11 is going to be imparted here.
Tunisia entered the contest as one of the tournament favorites and has justified the tag by winning all of their games so far. On the other hand, South Sudan wasn’t expected to make it this far but they have closed out games and have looked in decent touch winning three of their four games so far, winning a close game against Kenya as Ongwae missed a three to allow a Sudanese escape. Tunisia has South Sudan outmatched at mainly all positions and they are especially outmatched against a Makram-Salah frontline. South Sudan has the tendency to shoot too many threes and has been not been particularly efficient from there and this can prove to be fatal against a team like Tunisia which established a high-quality inside game. Tunisia has the clear edge and it will be considered a big upset if the Sudanese come with a victory here.
Match Timing: 2 September, @ 06:30 PM
Venue: Kigali Arena
All the matches of the FIBA AfroBasket will be played at Kigali Arena, Kigali, Rwanda.
Tunisia | South Sudan
Games: 03 | 04
Wins: 03| 03
Defeats: 00 | 01
Dream11 Lineup(based on stats and recent form)
PG: O Abada, M Gatkouth
SG: M Mabrouk
SF: K Ngor-Kuany(PP)
PF: M B Romdhane, N Wek
C: S Mejri (SP), D Acouth
Michael Roll, Salah Mejri, and Makram Ben Romdhane are three in-form players.
Kuany Ngor Kuany is a stellar option as he has scored and rebounded well. He is one of the options for Super/Pro Player in the Dream11 Fantasy basketball scenario.
(Last Match Stats)
Salah brings NBA experience to the floor and at seven foot one inch he poses a lot of problems at the Center position. Mejri likes to operate inside but can also hit defenses with a jumper every now and then. He is averaging 13 PPG and 5.7 RPG shooting a stunning 69.6% from the floor.
Kuany Ngor Kuany
Kuany is a 6 feet 5 inches SF who is known for his all-around offensive game. He can drive by a defender and also shoot over him. However, he has shot only 35% from the floor and just 6/21 from beyond the arc. The Forward is also an excellent rebounder and has averaged 14.7 PPG and 6.7 RPG so far.
Makram Ben Romdhane
Veteran Makram plays the PF position and has a wide body that allows him to finish despite contact. Romdhane also displays a more than decent shooting touch and has sound fundamentals overall. He has put up 13.3 PPG and 5.3 RPG so far.
Deng is going to be matched up against Salah and although he is two inches shorter, he has a physical style of playing and an athletic built. The powerful player has averaged 8 PPG, 10 RPG, and 2.7 BPG so far.
Roll is a superb Shooting Guard who displays all aspects of the offensive game. He can put the ball on floor, play off the catch and also shoot with a hand in his face. He has averaged 15.3 PPG and 3.3 APG so far shooting 44.4%.
Mathiang Mauot Muo
Mathiang plays at SF and primarily likes to shoot the three however he has struggled in terms of shooting from there with 5/22. He has still averaged 11 PPG and 5.3 RPG.
Mourad Al Mabrouk
Bench: Oussama Marnaoui, Achref Gannouni, Mourad El Mabrouk, Mokhtar Ghyaza, Amrou Bouallegue, Ahmed Addami, Ziyad Chennoufi.
Tunisia Squad: Oussama Marnaoui, Achref Gannouni, Omar Abada, Ziyed Chennoufi, Mourad El Mabrouk, Mokhtar Ghyaza, Makram Ben Romdhane, Amrou Bouallegue, Michael Roll, Ahmed Addami, Radhouane Slimane, Salah Mejri
PF: Nyang Wek
SF: Kuany Ngor Kuany
C: Deng Acuoth
SG: Mathiang Mauot Muo
PG: Anyiarbany Makoi
Bench: Teny Bak Puot, Mareng Gatkuoth, Deng Junior Ring, Dhieu Abwok Deing, Makuei Puondak, Deng Mayot Mabior, Koch Deng Aguer Bar
South Sudan Squad: Teny Bak Puot, Nyang Wek, Mareng Gatkuoth, Deng Junior Ring, Dhieu Abwok Deing, Kuany Ngor Kuany, Mathiang Mauot Muo, Makuei Puondak, Deng Acuoth, Deng Mayot Mabior, Anyiarbany Makoi, Koch Deng Aguer Bar
LBTV AfroBasket has put on a live stream for the event. No Indian channel has the official right to broadcast the AfroBasket live score and streaming. The post-match highlights and match replay can be enjoyed on AfroBasket’s official YouTube channel.
None. No official streaming in India.