|Match||UAE Vs India|
|Date||29th March 2021|
|Time||9:45 PM IST|
UAE Vs India Dream11 Prediction
The United Arab Emirates and India will face each other in the International Friendly match at Zabeel Stadium, Zabeel. The United Arab Emirates have a good head-to-head record against India and in the last three matches between these two sides, they managed to win two along with a draw.
In their last fixture, United Arab Emirates shared points against Iraq in a goalless draw in January this year. India will be without the service of Sunil Chhetri in this match and it’s a big loss. India are at 104th rank in the FIFA standings and winless since the last victory came against Thailand in June 2019 but they performed really well in the last match against Oman and managed a 1-1 draw. The United Arab Emirates have an edge in this clash
UAE Vs India Probable Lineups
UAE – Ali Khasif (gk), Bandar Al-Ahbabi, Mahmoud Khamis, Walid Abbas, Shahin Abdulrahman, Abdallah Ramadan, Ali Salmeen, Mohammad Al Attas, Khalfan Mubarak, Fabio Lima, Ali Mabkhout.
India – Gurpreet Singh Sandhu (gk), Akash Mishra, Adil Khan, Mashoor Shereef-Thankgalakath, Ashutosh Mehta, Lalengmawia, Rowllin Borges, Anirudh Thapa, Lallianzuala Chhangte, Bipin Singh, Manvir Singh.
UAE Vs India Dream11 Best Picks
Ali Mabkhout: Mabkhout is an Emirati professional football player who plays for Al Jazira and the United Arab Emirates. He will lead the attack for the United Arab Emirates in this meeting and has is a very experienced footballer in the squad. The forward is one such player who could bring a dent to the opposition’s defence at any time. He will look to make his fortune’s worth in this upcoming game.
Manvir Singh: Manvir is an Indian professional footballer who plays as a forward for ATK Mohun Bagan and the India national team. He had a rice ISL campaign with six goals and will be very confident to perform in the same shape for his country. He looks in top form and could give you valuable points in this upcoming fixture. He is the one who scored the equalizer in the last match against Oman.
Al Hammadi : Mahmoud Al Hammadi debuted for UAE back in 2008. Since then, he has featured across 28 matches in all competitions wherein he has scored 1 goal. And playing as a left-back, he has also managed to become the 8th highest goal scorer for his nation. Being just a left-back just shows how threatening he can possibly upfront as well.
Jhingan (India): Sandesh Jhingan debuted for India back in March 2015 against Nepal. Since then, he has featured in 38 matches across all competitions wherein he has scored 4 goals. Playing as a centre-back this season so far, he has managed to keep an average of 0.9 shots, 1.2 interceptions, 1.2 tackles, 4.2 clearances, 5.1 duels won and 20.3 passes per 90 across all competitions.