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PW vs ILH Dream11 Prediction, Australian Basketball League, Perth Wildcats vs Illawarra Hawks, 10 June

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PW vs ILH Dream11 Prediction: Illawarra Hawks and Perth Wildcats kick-start the best-of-three semi-final series with the first game set to be played at the Perth Arena on Thursday evening (IST). This Australian Basketball League playoff match will start at 05:00 PM (IST). Here is everything you want to know about PW vs ILH Dream 11 Match Prediction. 

PW vs ILH Dream 11 Prediction:

The clouds of uncertainty were hovering over Illawarra Hawks at the start of the 2021 season. After all, the team started the campaign with new owners, a new coach and staff and an almost new set of players, in what was a complete overhaul of the team right from the top to bottom. But the Hawks are reaping rewards for their good decision-making off the pitch, like recruiting better players, and the tactical nuance of the coach. The Hawks surprised one and all with their performance and deservedly booked their spot in the top four. Their reward is a semi-final match-up against Perth Wildcats.

PW vs ILH Dream11 Team Prediction:

Perth Wildcats | Illawarra Hawks

Games: 36 | 36
Wins: 25 | 20
Defeats: 11 | 16
Points Scored: 3133 | 2962
Points Allowed: 2900 | 2954


Host: Perth Wildcats
Visitors: Illawarra Hawks
Match Timing: 10 June, @ 05:00 PM
Venue: Perth Arena


Perth Wildcats vs Illawarra Hawks Top Picks

1. Todd Blanchfield
Last Match Stats: (Australian Basketball League)
Points: 15
Rebounds: 02
Assists: 02

2. Luke Travers
Last Match Stats: (Australian Basketball League)
Points: 10
Rebounds: 09
Assists: 04

3. Will Magnay
Last Match Stats: (Australian Basketball League)
Points: 10
Rebounds: 04
Assists: 01

4. John Mooney
Last Match Stats: (Australian Basketball League)
Points: 07
Rebounds: 05
Assists: 03

5. Kevin White
Last Match Stats: (Australian Basketball League)
Points: 02
Rebounds: 03
Assists: 06

6. Sam Froling
Last Match Stats: (Australian Basketball League)
Points: 12
Rebounds: 07
Assists: 00

7. Emmett Naar
Last Match Stats: (Australian Basketball League)
Points: 12
Rebounds: 03
Assists: 06

8. Isaac White
Last Match Stats: (Australian Basketball League)
Points: 12
Rebounds: 05
Assists: 01

9. Tim Coenraad
Last Match Stats: (Australian Basketball League)
Points: 09
Rebounds: 05
Assists: 01

10. Deng Deng
Last Match Stats: (Australian Basketball League)
Points: 07
Rebounds: 05
Assists: 00


Perth Wildcats team news:

Status out: None.
Status Questionable: Point Guard Mitch Norton is battling a hip injury that has forced him to miss the last few games. He remains questionable for this game as well. A late call will be taken whether Norton is fit to play.

Perth Wildcats roster: Corey Shervill, Jesse Wagstaff, Clint Steindl, Todd Blanchfield, Jarred Bairstow, John Mooney, Luke Travers, Mitch Norton, Kevin White, Will Magnay, Wani Swaka Lo Buluk, Taylor Britt

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Illawarra Hawks team news:

Status out: None.
Status Questionable: Hawks should be at full strength for this Dream11 Basketball fantasy basketball match.

Illawarra Hawks active roster: Tyler Harvey, Andrew Ogilvy, Justinian Jessup, Justin Simon, Tim Coenraad, Deng Deng, Daniel Grida, Lachlan Dent, Isaac White, Emmett Naar, Sam Froling


Perth Wildcats Starting 5 (Likely):

PF: Todd Blanchfield
SF: Kevin White
C: Will Magnay
PG: Luke Travers
SG: Mitch Norton / John Mooney

Illawarra Hawks Starting 5 (Likely):

PF: Sam Froling
SF: Tyler Harvey
C: Andrew Ogilvy
PG: Justinian Jessup
SG: Justin Simon


Likely to feature from the bench:

Perth Wildcats: Jarred Bairstow, Wani Swaka Lo Buluk, Taylor Britt, Corey Shervill, Jesse Wagstaff, Clint Steindl, Kevin White

Illawarra Hawks: Isaac White, Emmett Naar, Tim Coenraad, Deng Deng, Daniel Grida, Lachlan Dent


PW vs ILH Dream11 Teams Prediction:

Team1:

PG: E Naar
SG: I White
SF: L Travers
PF: T Blanchfield, S Froling (PP)
C: W Magnay, A Ogilvy, J Mooney (SP)


The regular-season head-to-head record is titled heavily in favour of Perth Wildcats, who won three out of the four meetings against Illawarra Hawks during the course of this campaign. Then there is a five-game difference on the power rankings, between Wildcats (25 wins) and Hawks (20 wins). Those stats can’t be overlooked while we draw our conclusion about the possible result of game-1. Wildcats also fared better in both defensive and offensive department, having scored more and allowing fewer points than Hawks this season. Wildcats get out nod as the winner in this game.

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