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| On Updated : Sep 13, 2019 11:21 AM IST

KEN-W vs USA-W Dream11 Match Prediction | Volleyball World Cup 2019, Team News, Fantasy picks

KEN-W vs USA-W Dream11 Match Prediction | Volleyball World Cup 2019 | Kenya Women vs The United States of America Women Match Preview

Six matches are lined up on the very first day of Volleyball World Cup. One of the six matches will see Kenya Women squaring off against the United States of America Women which will be played in Hamamatsu, Japan.

Kenya women are one of the most dominant teams in the African continent since the 90's as they have Women African Volleyball Championship record nine times. However, they didn't had a great show in the last World Cup finishing 10th and will surely be looking to have a better tournament this time around.

Meanwhile, after getting so near to the coveted trophy in the 2015 edition of the World Cup, the USA Women team will be looking to get one step ahead of what they did last time around. They are currently ranked 3rd and will look to perform according to their potential.

Match Details

Hamamatsu, Japan, 14th September at 07:30 AM IST

Head to Head

Total Played- 02

The United States of America Women won- 02

Kenya Women won- 00

KEN-W vs USA-W Team News

  • The USA Women won the 2014 FIVB World Championship and are currently ranked 3rd in the World.
  • They have announced a 38-member squad for the tournament.
  • Kenya Women have named a 25-member squad for the tournament led by Mercy Moim.

KEN-W vs USA-W Squad

The United States of America Women

Jordan Larson (c), Rahmat Alhassan, Justine Wong-Orantes, Rachael Adams, Tetori Dixon, Lauren Carlini, Madison Kingdon Rishel, Andrea Drews, Jordan Thompson, Sarah Wilhite, Michelle Bartsch-Hackley, Kimberley Hill, Megan Courtney, Mikaela Foecke, Hannah Tapp, Haleigh Washington, Kelsey Robinson, Chiaka Ogbogu, Karsta Lowe, Krystal Rivers, Danielle Cuttino, Samantha Seliger-Swenson, Jenna Rosenthal.

Kenya Women

Mercy Moim (c), Violet, Makuto, Leonida Kasaya, Sharon Chepchumba, Kiprono, Joy Lusenaka, Janet Wanja, Trizah Atuka, Elizabeth Wanyama, Noel Murambi, Pamela Jepkirui, Gladys Ekaru Emaniman, Carolyne Sirengo, Lorine Chebet Kaei, Agripina Khayesi Kundu, Lincy Jeruto, Emmaculate Chemtai, Edith Mukuvilani, Gaudencia Makokha, Shyrine Jepkemboi, Yvone Wavinya Kiitha, Nancy Mulonza, Naomie Too.

KEN-W vs USA-W Fantasy Picks

Kenya Women

Janet Wanja

She has an experience of 5 World Championships and 4 World Cup games and is the most capped player in this unit. She has a total tally of 299 spikes and 287 blocks.

Mercy Moim

The skipper has never appeared in the Olympic games but has an experience of 5 World Championships. When it comes to spikes, she has 320 of them along with 308 blocks.

Gaudencia Makokha

Another player to watch out who has an experience of 4 World Championships which includes 280 spikes and 270 blocks.

Jane Wacu Wairimu

3 World Championships and 1 Olympic game appearance make Jane Wacu Warimiu a worth pick. She is 1 short of 300 spikes and has 286 blocks to her name.

The United States of America Women

Jordan Larson

The skipper is the most experienced player in this unit. She has appeared in 36 World Championships and 16 Olympic games and has 302 spikes and 295 blocks to her name.

Kimberly Hill

She has 320 spikes and 310 blocks to her name with a healthy experience of  25 World Championships and 8 Olympic games.

Kelsey Robinson

In 124 international matches, she has got 307 spikes to her name along with 298 blocks.

Tetori Dixon

From 136 appearances, Dixon has notched up 306 spikes and 295 blocks against her name.

KEN-W vs USA-W Dream 11 Team

Libero: K Agripina

Setter: W Janet Jackline, J Poulter

Blocker: T Dixon

Attacker: J Larson (c)

Universal: A Drews (vc)

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Disclaimer: Management can take late decisions depending on the match situation. The fantasy teams which we have provided here of KEN-W vs KEN-W Dream11 is best of our interest and depending on the credit scores of the players.

Akshay Singh @Akshay_Cric

An ardent sports enthusiast who likes to write in such a manner so that the readers could relate themselves and feel the passion of the game.