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Saturday, 6 April 2019

ARG Vs ENG Dream11 Prediction | FIH Pro League

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ARG versus ENG, FIH Pro League, 2019

Estadio Mundialista, Rosario

Sunday, April 7, 2019 12:00 AM

In the present FIH PRO Men's Hockey League we have Argentina squaring off against Great Britain at Estadio Mundialista, Rosario. In the FIH Pro Men's Hockey League we have Argentina at second spot in the table with 10 points and Great Britain at sixth spot with 6 Points.

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So far Argentina has played six amusements in this competition and won 3 recreations out of those 6 installations. In the rest of the 4 diversions ARG lost 2 and tied in one match. ARG began this competition on back of a misfortune yet they skiped back to winning and are right now in the second spot of the table. Against Germany in the second match the two groups neglected to score one objective even in the shootout so it finished in a tie.

ARG versus ENG Dream11 Prediction

Incredible Britain then again has won two matches from the 3 excursions they played. Extraordinary Britain is the least played group in this competition with 3 diversions. Out of those three recreations they have won two and lost one. Contrasted with ARG who are at second spot ENG has parcel of amusements to play and on the off chance that they perform as they did previously, at that point it will be simple for them to break into the main 4 spot.

ARG versus ENG - Team Squad

Argentina : Vivaldi Juan Manuel, Ortiz Ignacio, Bosso Emiliano, Toscani Lucas, Ibarra Pedro, Lopez Juan Martin, Ibarra Isidoro, Fernandez Federico, Bettaglio Tomas, Paredes Matias, Casella Maico, Bugallo Agustin, Catan Juan Ignacio, Ferreiro Martin, Tarazona Santiago, Rey Matias, Habif Thomas, Acosta Nicolas

Britain: David Ames, Liam Ansell, David Condon, Brendan Creed, Adam Dixon, Alan Forsyth, James Gall, Harry Gibson, Mikey Hoare, Lee Morton, George Pinner, Phil Roper, Peter Scott, Ian Sloan, Luke Taylor, Zach Wallace, Jack Waller, Sam Ward, Henry Weir, Ollie Williars

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