Oman vs India match preview live stream probable lineup

Oman vs India match preview live stream probable lineup

After back to back draw against Bangladesh and Afghanistan, India somehow manages the humiliation by scoring at the late minute (Adil Khan 87′), (Len Doungel 92′). Now two question arises, will India survive like this way in the long term? Can India win against Oman in the crucial encounter?

Game News

Game– India vs Oman

Time-  8.30 pm IST

Date– 19/11/19

Venue – Al-Seeb Stadium in Muscat

Live Stream– Star Sports Network, Hotstar, Jio-TV


Team News


Under the Croatian graffer Igor Stimac, India are slowly getting better. Although their passing ability has not increased enough, they are following still horizontal passing rather than Vertical one. Stimac needs to find the right person in the midfield, Pronoy wasn’t up to the mark in the last match. In defence, Anas joins the team after his mother’s dismission.

The Indian side has no major injury except Sandesh Jhingan and Amarjit Singh.

This game is undoubtedly a do or die match for India, not only win matters, they must need two goals difference to be in the competition.



In the previous match against India, Oman shows their attacking skill. Their Attacking minded coach Erwin Koeman has the opportunity to qualify for the second round. Oman will utilize their home advantage and their wing play. In their last few games, they mesmerized by their attacking gameplay which mainly conducted from both wings.

Oman never qualified for the FIFA World Cup this time they have the opportunity to do so. Undoubtedly Oman will play with full attack, in the past few matches they started with 4-2-3-1 and after the second quarter, they moved to 4-1-3-2 formation.  Their long ball passing and the defence-splitting passing tendency will be a threat to India.


Head To Head  

Games– 8

Wins– 1 (India)- 5 (Oman)

Draws– 2


Probable Line-up


In Goal (Gurpreet Singh Sandhu) In defence (Pritam, Adil, Anas, Subhasish ) In midfield ( Udanta, Pronoy, Anirudh, Sahal, Ashique) In forward (Sunil Chhetri)



In Goal (Ali Al- Habsi) Ind defence (Al- Gheilani, Al-Hidi, Al-Musalami, Al-Busaidi ), In Midfield (Ahmed Kano, Al-Agbari, Mohsin Jouhar, Al-Mandahar, AL-Ghassani) Forward (Said Al-Ruzaiqi)

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