Khimki Moscow will draw a lot of confidence from their last outing in EuroLeague when they host Greek giants Panathinaikos at Khimki Basketball Center, in Khimki, Moscow Region, Russia.
Khimki had an outstanding 20-0 run that lasted from the end of the first half to the first minutes of the third period against Bayern Munich in the last game and pushed them towards their third victory in four games. Four players touched the double-digit mark for Khimki, while bench made a decent contribution with 20 points, 7 rebounds, and 6 assists. With the win, Khimki moved to fourth on the points table.
Panathinaikos meanwhile recorded their first win in three EuroLeague games when they beat Zenit Petersburg 79-89 on the road. Dimmer Fredette was the most productive player for the Greek side as he scored 22 points and had 4 assists and 2 rebounds.
With the win, Panathinaikos moved into the top half of the table but they are still two games behind leaders CSKA Moscow and Barcelona who are the only sides with a 100% record after four rounds.
What competition it is? EuroLeague Basketball
The match will be played between the BC Khimki and Panathinaikos at Khimki Basketball Center, in Khimki, Moscow Region, Russia. The arena has a capacity of 5,025.
Match Day: October 29, 2019, @ 10:30 PM IST
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PAN vs BCK Dream11 Probable 5:
BC Khimki: Alexey Shved, Dairis Bertans, Anthony Gill, Janis Timma, Devin Booker
Panathinaikos: Nick Calathes, Deshawn Thomas, Jimmer Fredette, Ioannis Papapetrou, Georgios Papagiannis
Likely to feature from the bench:
Khimki: Jeremy Evans, Sam Froling, Jonas Jerebko, Vyacheslav Zaytsev, Sergey Karasev, Andrey Desyatnikov, Maxim Barashkov
Panathinaikos: Tyrese Rice, Rion Brown, Jacob Wiley, Wesley Johnson, Konstantinos Mitoglou, Ian Vougiukas, Kostas Papadakis, Ben Bentil
Likely squads for this match:
Alexey Shved, Dairis Bertans, Anthony Gill, Janis Timma, Devin Booker, Chris Kramer, Egor Vyaltsev, Sergei Monia, Petr Gubanov, Timofey Yakushin, Stefan Jovic, Sam Froling, Jonas Jerebko, Vyacheslav Zaytsev, Sergey Karasev, Andrey Desyatnikov, Maxim Barashkov, Timofey Mozgov, Evgeny Valiev, Jeremy Evans
Deshaun Thomas, Tyrese Rice, Georgios Papagiannis, Ioannis Papapetrou, Nikos Pappas, Ian Vougioukas, Kostas Papadakis, Wesley Johnson, Rion Brown, Jimmer Fredette, Nick Calathes, Jacob Wiley, Dinos Mitoglou, Ben Bentil
PAN vs BCK Dream11 Team News:
BC Khimki News:
Egor Vialtsev is sidelined with a knee injury that could keep him out until mid-November. He joins Chris Kramer, Timofey Mozgov, Stefan Jovic and Evgeny Valiev on his team’s injury list.
Head coach Georgios Bartzokas is unlikely to tinker with the formula which has brought success in the last few weeks.
Alexey Shved will be the key player for Khimki once again. His pick and roll play and the skills beyond the arc and inside the paint will be the key factor in deciding whether Khimki takes home all the points.
Anthony Gill and Janis Timma will be taking care of the frontcourt.
Ian Vougioukas missed last week’s match due to illness and remains a doubt ahead of this match.
Nick Calathes is the team’s most creative player and will be doing the exact job that Shved does for Khimki.
PAN vs BCK Dream11 Teams: