SER vs ITA Dream11 FIBA ​​Live Prediction Greater Serbia vs Italy

SER vs. ITA Dream11: The FIBA ​​EuroBasket has reached the Playoffs stage and the fun has multiplied as the teams are closer and closer to the title. France, Slovenia, Germany and Spain have already qualified and four places remain vacant at the time of writing. To decide who will advance to the quarter-finals, Serbia will face Italy in the round of 16.

Serbia swept Group D, winning all five games and remaining a favorite for the title because of it. They come into this game having beaten Poland 96:69 as Nikola Jokic collected 17 points.

Italy weren’t as brilliant as Serbia, winning three out of five games, but it was good enough to qualify for the quarter-finals. They come into this game having beaten Great Britain 90:56 as Simone Fontecchio collected 18 points.

Neutral place
Timing of matches:
September 11, @ 21:30 (+05:30 UTC)
Venue: EuroBasket Arena, Berlin, Germany

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Any answer for Jokic here?

While Italy have a lot of experience and a squad that has been together for many years, building great chemistry, when you have a game like Jokic all of those advantages can easily turn to dust. Jokic was unstoppable and it was not just his scoring, but his day-long built leadership of his Nuggets that made him such an imposing player. Vasilije Micic is the perfect fit alongside Nikola as he tends to pass the ball a lot which gives the Serbian force two elite playmakers in Micic and Jokic.

Simone Fontecchio, who improves every year, carried the Italian team on his back most of the time. Apart from him, Achille Polonara was a strong rebounder and scorer while Nicolo Melli was also successful. One thing is for sure, the Italian side lack guard strength as their attacking positions have carried the major load on the attacking side. The guards will have to click if they have to counter the Serbian effort.

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Composition of Serbia:

Beginners expected in Serbia:
C: Nikola Jokic
F: Vladimir Lucic
SF: Nikola Kalinic
SG: Vanja Marinkovic
PG: Vasilije Micic

BENCH: Dejan Davidovac, Dusan Ristic, Nemanja Nedovic, Marko Jagodic-Kuridza, Marko Guduric, Ongjen Jaramaz, Nikola Mulitinov.

Italy list:

Italy Expected departures
PF: Nicolo Melli
F: Achille Polonara
F: Simone Fontecchio
G: Stefano Tonut
PG: Marco Spissu

BENCH: Nico Mannion, Paul Biligha, Amedeo Vittorio Tessitori, Giampolo Ricci, Tomasso Baldasso, Alessandro Pajola, Luigi Datome.

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Nikola Jokic(SER)
Points: 19
Rebounds: 05
Assists: 01
Blocks: 01
Flights: 01

Jokic was a huge factor as expected but his burden was lightened thanks to Micic handling the ball and a well balanced unit moving the ball. I expect him to go big here and be in 20+ points, 10+ rebounds, 5-8 assists and 1-2 steals/blocks. It can be selected as Star/Pro Player in the Dream 11 Prediction script.

Simone Fontecchio (ITA)
Dots: 18
Rebounds: 04
Assists: 04
Flights: 02
Simone led the Italian scoreline and her improved long-range shot bolstered her attacking output. I think he’ll be 16-24 points and 4-7 rebounds.

Vasilije Micic(SER)
Dots: 12
Rebounds: 04
Passes: 09
Flights: 01

Vasilije was one of the best playmakers in the tournament and can also contribute with strong scores. I think he’ll be 10-15 points, 7-11 assists, 3-5 rebounds and 1-2 steals.

Nicolo Melli (Italy)
Dots: 11
Rebounds: 03
Assists: 02
Blocks: 01
Flights: 01
As a striker, Nicolo’s production was more than satisfactory, and he had some very good nights. I think he’ll be 10-14 points and 3-5 rebounds.

Nikola Kalinic (SER)
Dots: 11
Rebounds: 01
Assists: 01
Flights: 03
Kalinic dipped three triples last game and was a stabilizing presence. I think he will be in the 10-15 point range.

Achile Polonara (ITA)
Dots: 05
Rebounds: 02
Assists: 02
Achile uses his size well and can knock down the long ball as well, playing a key role. I think he’ll be 9-14 points and 5-8 rebounds.

Vladimir Lucic (SER)
Dots: 14
Rebounds: 01
Aids: 00

Vladimir can contribute from time to time with a few buckets and has a strong influence on the game. I believe he will be in the 8-12 point range.

Giampolo Ricci (ITA)
Dots: 10
Rebounds: 08
Assists: 04
Blocks: 01
Ricci brings the best rebound from the bench and was a big factor. I think he’ll be 8-12 points and 5-7 rebounds.

Marko Guduric (SER)
Dots: 15
Rebounds: 03
Assists: 03
Flights: 02
Blocks: 01
Marko is a gifted goalscorer and has done a great job providing regular attacking action. I believe it will be in the range of 9 to 13 points.

Luigi Datome (ITA)
Dots: 13
Rebounds: 04
Assists: 01
Flights: 01

Luigi brings a great penchant for scoring off the bench. I think he’ll be 7-12 points and 3-5 rebounds.

Ongjen Jaramaz(SER)
Dots: 06
Rebounds: 02
Assists: 04
Flights: 01
Jaramaz can hit the ball long and has provided long range depth which benefits the game alongside Jokic. I believe it will be in the range of 8 to 12 points.

Stefano Tonut (ITA)
Dots: 09
Rebounds: 03
Assists: 03
Flights: 01
Stefano gives more than decent production on both sides. I think he’ll be 7-11 points and 3-5 rebounds.

Nikola Mulutinov (SER)
Dots: 16
Rebounds: 03
Assists: 01
Nikola gave solid spare minutes in the last game and can score inside. I think he’ll be 8-14 points and 3-5 rebounds.

Nico Mannion (ITA)
Dots: 02
Bounces: 00
Assists: 04

Nico provides strength off the bench. I believe it will be in the range of 4 to 8 points.

Dejan Davidovac(SER)
Dots: 10
Rebounds: 03
Passes: 05
Dejan did a decent job as a backup player. I believe it will be in the range of 4 to 8 points.

SER range vs. ITA Dream11

PG: V Micic, O Jaramaz
SG: N Mannion
SF: L Datom, S Fontecchio(PP)
PF: V Lucic
VS : N Jokic (ES)N Milutinov

Where to watch the FIBA ​​EuroBasket live score?

How can Nikola Jokic be stopped by the Italians who will have their work cut out for them? The FIBA ​​EuroBasket can be seen on the Courtside 1891 website, accessible through the official FIBA ​​website. You can learn the score on the official FIBA ​​website. You can see the highlights on YouTube.

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