Series/tournament name: FIBA World Cup 2019
Spain Vs Australia
Venue: LeSports Center, in Beijing, China.
Date: 13th September 2019
Time: 1:30 pm IST
The LeSports Center, in Beijing, China is all set to host the semi-final match between Spain and Australia. The Spanish team has won the previous 3 games and has been very good in this tournament so far. On the other side, Australia is playing very well in this tournament but they are yet to get their peak form. This match is going to be an exciting battle to watch. The Spanish team has got all the chances to win this match.
Probable starting lineups:
Spain: Marc Gasol, Juan Hernangomez, Victor Claver, Rudy Fernandez, Ricky Rubio
For Spain, the key players will be Ricky Rubio and Rudy Fernandez.
Ricky Rubio is a Point Guard player in this team. He obtained 19 points in the previous match that including 9 assists and 5 rebounds.
Rudy Fernandez is a SHooting Guard in this team. He well played and scored 16 points in the previous match.
Australia: Joe Ingles, Matthew Dellavedova, Patty Mills, Aron Baynes, Jock Landale
For Australia, the key players will be Patty Mills and Joe Ingles
Patty Mills is the Point Guard in this team. He’s got a good game in the last match and obtained 24 points that include 6 Assists and 4 Rebounds.
Joe Inglis is a Small Forward in this team and had obtained 6 points in the previous match.
PG: Patty Mills, Ricky Rubio
SG: Rudy Fernandez. Matthew Dellavedova
SF: Joe Ingles, Juan Hernangomez, Mitch Creek
PF: A Baynes, V Claver, P Oriola
Centre: Marc Gasol, W Hernangomez, A Bogut
Captaincy options: Patty Mills, Ricky Rubio
Patty Mills has made 19+ points in each of his last four games in the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019. He has scored the highest points in the previous match that are 24 points.
Ricky Rubio is the most reliable and key player for the Spanish team, is a lock pick. The most consistent player and a well experienced Shooting Guard.
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