RM vs OLY Dream11: Real Madrid will look to keep their impressive form going when they host Greek giants Olympiacos in round-13 of EuroLeague at WiZink Centre. Madrid are 3rd on the points table, while Olympiacos are 9th heading into this match.
Real Madrid are the hottest team in EuroLeague at the moment. They are on a magnificent run of seven straight wins and can make it 8th successive win with a win in their next game. No wonder, they have fully recovered from their poor start to European campaign and now find themselves only one game behind leaders Anadolu Efes.
Olympiacos, on the other hand, will be looking for a response after going down 99-93 to Panathinaikos in the last match. It was their seventh loss in 12 games, a result which ended a two-game winning run for the visitors.
This is a historic matchup as these two teams are the giants of European Basketball. The fixture has played out exactly as you would expect, with nothing separating these two teams in the overall head-to-head.
Total matches: 29
Real Madrid: 15
Host: Real Madrid
Match Timing: December 13, @ 01:30 AM
Venue: WiZink Center
Facundo Campazzo leads Madrid in points per game this season.
Campazzo has scored in double-digits in the last 8 consecutive games.
Walter Tavares is the leading player in EuroLeague this season with 2.0 blocks per game.
Rudy Fernandez has been the most consistent player for Madrid from 3-point range.
Nikola Milutinov is leading the scoring for Olympiacos this season.
Milutionov has racked up at least six rebounds in 11 of the last 12 games.
Real Madrid team news: Felipe Reyes is a definite absentee in this game as he recovers from an ankle injury.
In addition, Sergio Llull and Salah Mejri have both missed the last two games due to injuries and remains doubtful for this game. Rudy Fernandez is also a doubt due to flu. Jeffery Taylor is expected to play the match.
Real Madrid expected squad for this match: Sergio Llull (Doubtful), Jordan Mickey, Trey Thompkins, Jeffrey Taylor, Anthony Randolph, Rudy Fernandez, Facundo Campazzo, Nicolas Laprovittola, Gabriel Deck, Usman Garuba, Jaycee Carroll, Walter Tavares
Olympiacos team news: No injury absentee for the hosts. Willie Reed passed a late fitness test ahead of the last game, clocked 7 minutes in the last match.
Olympiacos expected squad for this game: Vassilis Spanoulis, Nikola Milutinov, Georgios Printezis, Vassilis Spanoulis, Antonis Koniaris, Brandon Paul, Sasha Vezenkov, Nikos Arsenopoulos, Antonis Koniaris, Ethan Happ, Mindaugas Kuzminkas, Kostas Papanikolaou, Kevin Punter, Mindaugas Kuzminkas, Wade Baldwin IV, Augustine Rubit, Will Cherry
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PF: Anthony Randolph
SF: Gabriel Deck
C: Edy Tavares
PG: Facundo Campazzo
SG: Fabien Causeur
PF: Georgios Printezis
SF: Kostas Papanikolaou
C: Nikola Milutinov
PG: Vassilis Spanoulis
SG: Antonis Koniaris
Real Madrid: Jordan Mickey, Trey Thompkins, Nico Laprovittola, Jaycee Carroll, Rudy Fernandez, Jeffrey Taylor
Olympiacos: Brandon Paul, Will Cherry, Sasha Vezenkov, Wade Baldwin IV, Willie Reed, Taylor Rochestie, Augustine Rubit
RM vs OLY Dream11 teams:
To be updated once the line-ups are out!
As mentioned above, Real Madrid are in red-hot form at the moment and will go into the match in much better momentum