Australia will be looking to keep the momentum going when they pay Dominican Republic in the 2nd stage of the 2019 FIBA World Cup match at Nanjing Youth Olympic Park Gymnasium.
What competition it is? FIBA World Cup 2019
The match will be played between Australia and the Dominican Republic at Nanjing Youth Olympic Park Gymnasium, in Nanjing, China. The arena has a capacity of 18,000.
Match Day: September 07, 2019, @ 01:30 PM IST
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How they fared in the first stage?
Australia came out unscathed from a possible group of death which had their eternal rivals Lithuania, the talented but surely depleted Canada and Senegal.
Barring the African side, the fixtures against both Lithuania and Canada were the biggest hurdles for the Boomers in the first group stage.
And they proved to be so, as Nick Fury's Canada had a one-point lead before fading away in the fourth quarter in Game-1, while the five-point win over Lithuania was more close affair than what the point difference suggests.
The Dominican Republic produced the shock of the tournament when they beat Germany 70-68 in their second game at the World Cup.
Germany's Danilo Barthel missed a three-pointer buzzer-beater, which would have been a game-winning shot.
While the 3rd and the final game was a lesson for Orlando Antigua's men that they still have a lot of work to do at the top level, as France beat them 90-56 in one of the most one-sided games in this World Cup.
DOR vs AUS Dream11 Team News:
Squad for the FIBA World Cup 2019:
Joe Ingles, Nicholas Kay, Jock Landale, Patty Mills, Nathan Sobey, Deng Adel, Aron Baynes, Andrew Bogut, Xavier Cooks, Matthew Dellavedova, Cameron Gliddon, Chris Goulding
Dominican Republic Squad:
Luis Montero, Dagoberto Pena, Eulis Baez, Juan Garcia, Victor LIZ, Rigoberto Mendoza, Ronald Ramon, Ronald Roberts, Sadiel Rojas, Gelvis Solano, Juan Miguel Surero, Eloy Vargas
DOR vs AUS Dream11 Teams (Starting Lineup; Probables):
Likely to feature from the bench:
INDIA FANTASY PREDICTION
Australia will start the game as favourites.