FRA-W vs CAN-W Dream11 FIBA Live Prediction France Women vs Canada Women
FRA-W versus CAN-W Dream11: The FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup has already drawn some exciting battles and the race will heat up as we get closer to the Playoffs stage which will begin in the Quarter-Finals. Some teams can be considered close to each other in terms of talent, which makes the game really exciting. And this can also apply to the group stage game between France and Canada.
France shocked home fans after picking up an incredible win over the Australians, winning 70:57 as Gabby Williams hit the stars for a 23-point spectacle. On the other hand, Canada’s defense broke the Serbian effort and they won 67:60 as center Kayla Alexander came in with 13 points. Can the Canadian defense hold off the French?
Timing of matches: September 23, @ 13:30 (+05:30 UTC)
Location: Sydney SuperDome, Sydney, Australia
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The French defense completely annihilated the Australian effort. They allowed less than 30% from the field and then made hay on the back of Gabby Williams, converting around 48% of their shots. Their long range shot was without Marine Johannes and only Gabby had a big impact from there. The team was outplayed 48:36 against a massive Australian formation, but one thing is certain, the French continue to play defense even after giving up offensive rebounds. It was a declaration win on defense.
Speaking of defence, the Canadians came in as a solid defensive unit and lived up to their expectations. It lived up to their reputation for stopping shooting from long range and they kept the Serbs below 20%, while forcing 19 turnovers. Offensively, they showed the tendency to go inside or mid-range, only going for 9 threes while banking on Kayla Alexander’s in-house skills. Kia Nurse had a solid comeback, especially on defense and Canada looked like an improved team from the Olympics.
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List of French women:
Starters France expected
C: Marieme Badiane
PF: Alexia Chartereau
SF: Gabby Williams
SG: Marine Fauthoux
PG: Sarah Michel
BENCH: Lisa Berkani, Ana Tadic, Helena Ciak, Iliana Rupert, Mamingam Touré, Marie-Eve Paget, Kendra Cherry.
Canadian Women’s Roster:
Expected beginners from Canada
C: Natalie Achonwa
F: Kayla Alexandre
SF: Bridget Carleton
GS: Shay Colley
SG: Nurse Kia
BENCH: Aislinn Konig, Sami Hill, Nirra Fields, Laeticia Amihere, Mael Gilles, Philipinna Kyei, Taya Hanson.
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Gabby Williams (FRA-W)
Williams showed her immense growth after a successful WNBA season and became an offensive enforcer in the final game while continuing her usual defensive methods. I expect 18-25 points, 5-8 rebounds and 3-5 assists here. It can be selected as Star/Pro Player in the Dream 11 Prediction script.
Kayla Alexander (CAN-W)
Kayla gave the expected production as a starter and her inside game can enrich Canada’s exploits. I expect her to be 9-14 points and 6-9 rebounds.
In Johannes’ absence, Fauthoux gave incredible and much-needed play while hitting key shots. I expect a range of 7-12 points and 4-6 assists.
Natalie’s physique was key for Canada to establish a robust game and she contributed greatly. I’m expecting a range of 8-14 points and 7-10 rebounds here.
Alexia’s outside shot was missed, but she had a big impact on the game nonetheless. I’m expecting a range of 8-12 points and 6-9 rebounds here.
Kia Nurse (CAN-W)
The nurse looked solid after a long layoff due to injury and played out of her skin in defense. I expect a range of 10-14 points and 3-5 assists.
Michel only attempted four shots but gave more rebounds than expected and a tight defense as usual. I expect a range of 6-10 points, 3-6 assists and 1-2 steals.
Nirra Fields (CAN-W)
Explosive guard Nirra did more than his fair share on both sides in the final game. I expect her to be 9-14 points and 1-2 steals.
The decision to launch Marieme paid off well for the French management as it gave quality minutes. I expect a range of 6-10 points and 4-6 rebounds.
Bridget Carleton (CAN-O)
A shooter off the ball and a fantastic Carleton defender did it in the last game. I expect a range of 6-11 points, 5-8 rebounds and 1-2 steals.
Iliana Rupert (FRA-O)
Iliana gave a solid rebound and defense off the bench, but her shot was a bit of a miss. I’m expecting a range of 6-10 points and 5-8 rebounds here.
Shay Colley (CAN-W)
Shay brought great depth to the table as a starter. I expect it to be in the 7-11 point range here.
Touré was solid on the bench within minutes.
Amihere is a great complementary piece to a loaded Canadian frontcourt. I expect her to be 6-10 points and 4-6 rebounds.
Training FRA-W vs CAN-W Dream11
PG: Mr. Fauthoux
FS: G Williams (ES)K Nurse
PF: M Badiane
C: N Achonwa, K Alexander (PP), A Chartereau
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