Serbia vs Latvia FIBA U-19 Basketball World Cup Live: The hype around the U-19 basketball World Cup is at its peak and there have already been some super games to kickstart the tournament. Serbia has won the first two games while Latvia has split their games. In their last game, the Serbs beat Puerto Rico as Nikola Jovic put in 16 points. On the other hand, Latvia beat Iran in their last fixture as Feierbergs locked in 17 points. More details about SER U-19 vs LAT U-19 Dream11 will be given here.
Match Timing: 6 July @ 08:30 PM
Venue: Daugavpils, Daugavpils Olympic Center
Watch on Youtube.com/FIBA.
Games: 02| 02
Wins: 02| 01
Defeats: 00| 01
Serbia has been a basketball powerhouse since decades now and it is no surprise that their basketball produces capable players who develop quicker than in most nations. So far, Serbia has shown that they are contenders for the top berths in the tournament and it is clear that they have a strong upper hand against Latvia. Latvia will need to conjure up a miracle to beat mighty Serbia.
Serbia U-19 News:
Status Out: None.
Status Questionable: None.
Serbia U-19 active roster: Petar Kovacevic, Nikola Djurisic, Nikola Jovic, Aleksa Kovacevic, Stefan Todorovic, Mihailo Petrovic, Lazar Stefanovic, Vojin Medarevic, Lazar Joksimovic, Mihailo Musikic, Matija Belic, Filip Skobalj.
Latvia U-19 News:
Status Out: No one has been ruled out.
Status Questionable: Nothing further to report so far.
Latvia U-19 active roster: Noa Daniels Viljamsons, Toms Skuja, Kristians Feierbergs, Rodijs Macoha, Valters Briedis, Rihards Paradnieks, Kristians Sulcs, Ricards Daniels Vanags, Enrijas Noels Slivackis, Ricards Klanskis, Davis Denafs, Kriss Helmanis.
Projected Fantasy Points: 37
Jovic is a budding star who has a versatile skillset. His domineering frame allows him to generate second-chance points in the paint while he can also shoot from three and mid-range. This varied way of playing gives him an edge over most opponents and in the last game, he racked up 16 points and 11 rebounds. he is one of the options at the Super-Player in Dream 11 basketball play.
Macoha can finish inside and also pile up rebounds. He has given Latvia a decent output as the Forward and has left his imprints on the game time and time again. He picked up 9 points, 12 rebounds, and 3 steals in the win against Iran.
Lazar is a scoring machine that can also make a difference from the outside and help the Serbs stretch the floor. He is also a capable rebounder and overall a difference-maker. He compiled 15 points, 5 rebounds, and 1 steal in the win against Puerto Rico.
Ricards Daniel Vanags:
Vangs is an outstanding scorer who is known to jack up shots from the 3-pt line. His scoring helps Latvia to mount up a great offensive effort and stay in the game. Ricards collected 10 points and 3 rebounds versus Iran.
Krisitians Feierbergs: PPG: 11.0 RPG: 4.5 PFP: 20
Kristians is an able scorer for hitting both inside and outside shots along with an ability to get to the boards. He lumped in 17 points and 8 rebounds against Iran.
Filip Skobalj: PPG: 14.0 RPG: 9.5 SPG: 1.0 PFP: 27
Skobalj is known for high-quality scoring both inside and outside while being a superb rebounder. He reeled in 11 points and 10 rebounds in the win against Puerto Rico.
Kriss Helmanis: PPG: 6.0 RPG: 8.5 PFP: 20
Vojin Medaravic: PPG: 7.0 RPG: 4.0 PFP: 19
Toms Skuja: PPG: 7.5 APG: 5.5 PFP: 20
Aleksa Kovacevic: APG: 7.0 RPG: 3.5 PFP: 15
PG: A Kovacevic, T Skuja
SG: K Sulcs
SF: F Skobalj(PP)
PF: N Jovic(SP), M Belic, R D Vanags
C: V Medaravic