ARG vs FRA Dream11 Prediction – FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 | Argentina vs France Fantasy Team

Updated on: Sep 13, 2019 12:02 pm IST

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    ARG vs FRA Dream11, FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019, Prediction and Fantasy Team News


    France and Argentina are set to play in the semi-final of the FIBA Basketball World Cup, with each team looking to win their first title. respectively.


    What competition it is? FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019

    The match will be played between Argentina and France at LeSports Center, in Shanghai, China. The arena has a capacity of 19,000.

    Match Day: September 13, 2019, @ 05:30 PM IST

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    Argentina are one of the only two teams, with the other team being France, in the ongoing World Cup to head to the semifinals without losing a match.

    Winning the group ahead of Russia, South Korea, and Nigeria was to some extent a surprising result, but to come unscathed from the next rounds with a 100% record, beating the likes of Poland and tournament favorite Serbia along the way, has been more than a shock.

    To get a whip about the incredible achievement of Sergio Hernandez’s men in the tournament, which will still be a success irrespective of the result in the semi-final, one should know the fact that Argentina has no player on their roster playing for any team in the NBA.

    In fact, this is the first time since the 2002 World Cup that a team reached the last four without having any player from the NBA.

    One may argue that it’s the desire and the togetherness of the team has pushed the team beyond its capacities, while pointing towards the unfathomable short journey of both Serbia and the USA in the World Cup, still, the likes of Luis Scola and Facundo Campazzo are not naive at this level.

    France, meanwhile, deserves to be here, all on their merits. It feels even more now after the World No-3 produced a real humdinger of a result, after pulling over the USA 89-79 in the quarterfinals on Wednesday.

    Rudy Gobert scored a double-double, 21 points, and 16 rebounds, while Evan Fournier ended up with a team-high 22 points.

    This was France’s 5th win in 6 games at the World Cup, with their only loss coming against Australia in the last game of the 2nd round.

    ARG vs FRA Dream11 Team News:


    • Argentina head coach Sergio Hernández has the luxury of a fully fit squad to choose from for the all-important semi-final clash against France.
    • Facundo Campazzo started the last game and clocked 30 minutes. He repaid his coach’s decision by dropping a double-double 18 points and 12 assists. Expect him to start here as well.
    • It means, Nico Laprovittola should come off the bench.


    • Vincent Collet has no injury problems.
    • That said, both Theo Maledon and Elie Okobo are not part of the squad.
    • Nando de Colo has scored the most points off the bench in the current World Cup so far, and should clock more than 20 minutes here.

    Squad for the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019:

    Argentina named the following squad for the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019:

    Marcos Delia, Luca Vildoza, Luis Scola, Nicolas Brussino, Facundo Campazzo, Agustin Caffaro, Maximo Fjellerup, Gabriel Deck, Lucio Redivo, Patricio Garino, Tayavek Gallizzi

    France Squad:

    Nicolas Batum, Evan Fournier, Frank Ntilikina, Amath M’Baye, Nando De Colo, Vincent Poirier, Andrew Albicy, Louis Labeyrie, Mathias Lessort, Rudy Gobert, Axel Toupane, Paul Lacombe

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    ARG vs FRA Dream11 Teams (Starting Lineup; Probables):

    • Argentina: Patricio Garino, Facundo Campazzo, Marcos Delia, Luis Scola, Nicolas Brussino
    • France: Rudy Gobert, Amath M’Baye, Nicolas Batum, Evan Fournier, Frank Ntilikina

    Likely to feature from the bench:

    • Argentina: Luca Vildoza, Lucio Redivo, Tayavek Gallizi, Agustin Caffaro, Nico Laprovittola, Gabriel Deck, Maximo Fjellerup
    • France: Nando de Colo, Andrew Albicy, Vincent Poirer, Mathias Lessort, Axel Toupane


    France are huge favourites to win the game.

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