San Marino will look to end their UEFA Nations League assignments with the home game against Gibraltar at San Marino Stadium on Friday evening (IST). Here is SMR vs GBL Dream 11 Match Prediction. San Marino are still winless in the tournament this season having lost 2 and drew one of the three previous fixtures. They are five points behind current group leader Gibraltar going into this last game, which means, even a maximum return won’t be enough for them to earn the promotion.
Gibraltar, meanwhile, are yet to win the group actually, for second-placed Liechtenstein are only a point off the top and could yet win the group provided they get the maximum return from their last match.
Date & Time: 07:30 PM (IST), November 14, Saturday Evening
Venue: San Marino Stadium
Only one meeting between San Marino and Gibraltar before this match with Gibraltar winning that match by an odd goal.
San Marino Wins- 00
Gibraltar Wins– 01
Last meeting: 1-0 win for Gibraltar
San Marino: They played an international friendly against Latvia and lost 0-3. But they held Liechtenstein to a 0-0 draw in the last EuroLeague match, and that too in an away game. So in a sense, Marino, considering they are at home, should be more confident of picking up the maximum return from this match.
Gibraltar: Lost 0-3 away at Bulgaria in the last match, although, it was in the international friendly match. That said, Gibraltar boasts the 100% record in EuroLeague, winning 0-1 away at Liechtenstein in the last round.
Injury Report, Unavailability: Mirko Palazzi is not with the team and won’t be involved here in this game.
No other injuries as of now. All the players are available for selection for SMR vs GBL Dream11 Team Prediction match.
Expected changes: S Benedettini should start between the post for the home side, and should have the likes of Davide Simoncini (makeshift), Rossi, Brolli and Battistini as the backline.
Goalkeepers: Elia Benedettini, Simone Benedettini, Alex Stimac, Matteo Zavoli
Defenders: Davide Simoncini, Cristian Brolli, Manuel Battistini, Andrea Grandoni, Marcello Mularoni, Alessandro D’Addario, Dante Rossi
Midfielders: Michele Cervellini, Enrico Golinucci, Alessandro Golinucci, Fabio Tomassini, Lorenzo Lunadei, Mattia Giardi, Tommaso Zafferani, Michael Battistini, Luca Ceccaroli, Kevin Zonzini, Luca Nanni
Forwards: Matteo Vitaioli, Adolfo Hirsch, Filippo Berardi, Nicola Nanni, Marco Bernardi
SMR Playing 11 (probables):
S Benedettini (GK)
Injury Report, Unavailability: Nothing to show here.
Expected changes: They are likely to stick with the same GBL Playing 11 that featured in the last match.
Goalkeepers: Kyle Goldwin, Jamie Robba, Dayle Coleing, Bradley Banda
Defenders: Roy Chipolina, Jack Sergeant, Jayce Olivero, Erin Barnett, Scott Wiseman, Louie Annesley, Aymen Mouelhi, Ethan Jolley, Brad Power, Antony Moulds, Jay Bosio
Midfielders: Liam Walker, Kyle Casciaro, Alain Pons, Mohamed Badr, Graeme Torrilla, Kian Ronan, Jaron Vinet
Forwards: Lee Casciaro, Tjay De Barr, Jamie Coombes, Adam Priestley, Reece Styche
GBL Playing 11 (probables):
K Goldwin (GK)
M. B. Hassan
T De Barr
Peru have impressed with Gareca at the helm in recent years but have not enjoyed the best of starts to their qualification campaign. Chile are also still searching for their first three points and that should make for an entertaining spectacle – with both sets of attackers capable of causing problems for their opponents’ defence – but we think Peru will just do enough to nick a win.
Chile 1-2 Peru
Our Dream 11 Pick
Goalkeeper: Pedro Gallese
Defenders: Luis Advíncula, Miguel Trauco, Luis Abram
Midfielders: Renato Tapia, Arturo Vidal, Erick Pulgar, César Pinares
Strikers: Alexis Sánchez, Gianluca Lapadula, André Carrillo
Captain: Gianluca Lapadula
Vice-Captain: Miguel Trauco