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TUR vs CZE Dream11 Prediction – FIBA World Cup 2019 | Turkey vs Czech Republic Fantasy Team

TUR vs CZE Dream11, FIBA World Cup 2019, Prediction and Fantasy Team News

Turkey and the Czech Republic face each other in a must-win game at the FIBA World Cup 2019 at Shanghai Oriental Sports Center, with the winner of the match set to earn a place in the knockout stage. A lot is riding on this match for both the teams.

What competition it is?
FIBA World Cup 2019
The match will be played between Turkey and the Czech Republic at Shanghai Oriental Sports Center, in Shanghai, China. The arena has a capacity of 18,000.
Match Day:
September 05, 2019, @ 02:00 PM IST

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How both the teams fared so far in the tournament?


Turkey were always seen as the favorites to qualify from the Group E, alongwith the defending champions United States of America.

The 2010 runners-up opened the tournament with a straight-forward 86-67 win over Japan.

But Ufuk Sarıca's men did more than what was expected from his team against the USA in game-2, as not only the Turks ran Gregg Popovich's men closed, but almost, well it was unthinkable before the game started, snatched the win.

The match went to the over-time following an 81-81 tie after the end of the regulation time.

Czech Republic:

The Czechs ran into the Unites States of America in their very first game at the 2019 FIBA World Cup and, despite losing 67-88, were praised for the discipline and the approach.

The World No-24 side tasted the victory in their next game, beating Japan 89-76 at Shanghai Oriental Sports Center.

TUR vs CZE Dream11 team News:


  • No injury problems to contend with for Turkey.
  • Enes Kanter is not with the squad as he pulled out of the tournament due to personal issues.

Czech Republic:

  • Ronen Ginzburg left out youngsters Vit Krejci and Simon Pursl from his final 12-man roster.
  • No fresh injury concerns for the Czechs.
  • The Czechs are playing in their first FIBA World Cup as an independent nation.

Squad for the FIBA World Cup 2019:

Turkish squad:

Ege Arar, Yigit Arslan, Dogus Balbay, James Metecan Birsen, Berkan Durmaz, Semih Erden, Ersan Ilyasova, Furkan Korkmaz, Melih Mahmutoglu, Cedi Osman, Sertac Sanli, Bugrahan Tuncer, Berk Ugurlu, Scott Wilbekin

Czech Republic Squad:

Tomas Satoransky, Blake Schilb, Patrik Auda, Ondrej Balvin, Martin Kriz, Lukas Palyza, Jaromir Bohacik, Vojtech Hruvan, Martin Peterka, Pavel Pumprla, Jakub Sirina, Tomas Vyoral

Players to watch out for: (Captain options):

Ersan İlyasova: Thanks to Milwaukee Bucks' forward Ersan İlyasova, Turkey still have a great chance of grabbing a place in the last-16. The 32-year-old was instrumental in game-1 against Japan, dropping a double-double in his team's commanding 86-67 win over Japan.

He carried his form to the big game against the USA and created a whole lot of problems for Gregg Popovich's men during his another double-double. Clearly, a man in form.

At the FIBA World Cup 2019:

  • Games: 02
  • Total Points: 42
  • Total Rebounds: 24
  • Total Assists: 04

Jaromir Bohacik: The 27-year-old guard has been phenomenal in the first two games. Against the USA, he was a great presence inside the paint, while he had more impact against Japan from the arc and beyond.

At the FIBA World Cup 2019:

  • Games: 02
  • Total Points: 35
  • Total Rebounds: 13
  • Total Assists: 05

Tomáš Satoranský: Arguably the biggest name playing for the Czech Republic in China. The 27-year-old Chicago Bulls guard is a no-nonsense choice for every player looking to make teams in the Dream11.

At the FIBA World Cup 2019:

  • Games: 02
  • Total Points: 32
  • Total Rebounds: 08
  • Total Assists: 12

TUR vs CZE Dream11 Teams (Starting Lineup; Probables):

  • Turkey: Ersan Ilyasova, Cedi Osman, Melih Mahmutoglu, Semih Erden, Dogus Balbay
  • Czech Republic: Tomas Satoransky, Jaromir Bohacik, Ondrej Balvin, Vojtech Hruban, Martin Kriz

Likely to play from the bench:

  • Turkey: Furkan Korkmazz, Bugrahan Tuncer, Sertac Sanli, Scottie Wilbekin, Metecan Birsen
  • Czech Republic: Blake Schilb, Pavel Pumpria, Patrik Auda, Martin Peterka


Turkey will start the game as favorites.

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