ANG vs SER Dream11 Prediction – 2019 FIBA World Cup | Angola vs Serbia Fantasy Team

Updated on: Aug 31, 2019 10:51 am IST

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    ANG vs SER Dream11, 2019 FIBA World Cup, Prediction and Fantasy Team News


    One of the pre-tournament favourites Serbia and the talented Angola kick start the 2019 FIBA World Cup with a game at Foshan International Sports & Cultural Arena.

    What competition it is?
    FIBA World Cup 2019
    The match will be played between Angola and Serbia at Foshan International Sports & Cultural Arena, in Foshan, China. The arena has a capacity of 14,700.
    Match Day:
    August 31, 2019, @ 01:00 PM IST

    Broadcast details:

    Sony Sports Network has the rights to stream 2019 FIBA World Cup matches in India. Premier members can also catch the Live-Action on SonyLiv App.

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    How did they qualify?

    Angola: The road to China was long and tough as well considering a host of strong nations were in the mix.

    Like all the teams, Angola had to negotiate a two-round qualification to book a seat on the plane to China.

    Angola topped the group in the first round and qualified for the next and the penultimate round where they were one of the six teams in Group E.

    With nine wins from 12 games, Angola earned their ticket to the 2019 FIBA World Cup.


    Surprisingly, Serbia struggled to hit the heights they are supposed to play at in the qualifying campaign.

    But that’s largely down to the big guns who missed most of the games due to their involvement in the NBA.

    In the end, it’s all about finishing the job, which the team just about managed to do, as they qualified from Group L as the 3rd placed team.

    ANG vs SER Dream11 TEAM NEWS:


    • Former Los Angeles Clippers‘ reserve team coach Will Voigt is coaching Angola in the World Cup.
    • The 43-year-old has largely gone with the same group of players who were part of the qualifying campaign.
    • However, in a surprising move, the coach included Valdelicio Joaquim to his final roster for the World Cup.
    • Joaquim pulled out of the qualifying rounds due to an opportunity to play in the PRO B side Quimper.
    • The team also features World Cup debutants Jose Antonio, Leandro Conceicao, Gerson Domingos and Jerson Goncalves.
    • While Eduardo Mingas is in the team as well. The 40-years-old is showing no signs of slowing down and is set to set to become one of the few players in the history of the game to play in five FIBA Basketball World Cups.


    • Serbia tune-up for the World Cup with an 11-0 run in the friendlies, which involved games against the likes of Greece, France and Lithuania.
    • The team is stocked with world-class talent, with the likes of Boban Marjanovic, Bogdan Bogdanovic and Nemanja Bjelica, to name a few, household names all around the world.
    • Nemanja Bjelica will miss the opener against Angola due to an injury.

    Squads for the 2019 FIBA World Cup:


    Jose Antonio, Gerson Domingos, Jerson Lukeny Goncalves, Valdelicio Joaquim, Hermenegildo Mbunga, Olimpio Cipriano, Leandro Jacques Conceicao, Eduardo Mingas, Carlos Morais, Reggie Moore, Yanick Morais, Leonel Paulo


    Marko Simonovic, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Nemanja Bjelica, Vladimir Lucic, Miroslav Raduljica, Stefan Bircevic, Nikola Milutinov, Vasilije Micic, Marko Guduric, Stefan Jovic, Boban Marjanovic, Nikola Jokic

    Players to watch out for: (Captain options)

    Nikola Jokic: Arguably the best offensive player on Serbia’s roster. A perfect two-way player, who not only can hurt the players with the ball in his hands but is very effective without it as well.

    The Denver Nuggets’ superstar Center will be looking to avenge his team’s defeats to United States of America in the last two major tournaments.

    Last season:

    • Points per game: 20.1
    • Rebounds per game: 10.8
    • Assists per game: 7.3

    • Bogdan Bogdanovic: Watch out for his clutch game.

    Last season:

    • Points per game: 14.5
    • Rebounds per game: 3.5
    • Assists per game: 3.8

    • Valdelicio Joaquim:
    • Eduardo Mingas:

    Boban Marjanovic:

    Serbia’s big man will be hard to get over for whoever from Angola comes against him.

    • Stands at 7 ft 3 inch
    • An NBA regular
    • Points per game last season: 7.3
    • Rebounds per game: 4.6

    Nemanja Bjelica: The 31-year-old scored is coming off from a very strong season with Sacramento Kings. His two-way approach could prove to be fatal for the opponents.

    Last season:

    • Points per game: 9.6
    • Rebounds per game: 5.8
    • Assists per game: 2

    ANG vs SER Dream11 Teams (Starting Lineup; Probables):

    • Angola: Yanick Moreira, Reggie Moore, Olimpio Cipriano, Carlos Morais, Gerson Domingos
    • Serbia: Nikola Jokic, Stefan Bircevic, Vladimir Lucic, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Stefan Jovic


    Serbia are favourites to win the match.

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