BRB vs SYW Dream11: Having lost the last game, Brisbane Roar will eye a return to winning ways when they play hosts to Western Sydney Wanderers at Suncorp Stadium on Friday. It was a 1-0 defeat against Melbourne City FC and was preceded by 1-1 home draw against Perth Glory. Western Sydney Wanderers, meanwhile, have turned their fortunes around and come into this game with three wins in the last four games. That run has helped them make ground on the table and now they sit only two points behind their next opponent, i.e. Brisbane Roar, and are 7th going into this game. If you don't know, the top-six club at the end of the regular season will be qualifying for the final series, where the top-two ranked teams will get a bye with the other four playing a series of knockout games. Considering both Brisbane and Sydney are 6th and 7th, this is a very important game.
Host: Brisbane Roar Visitors: Western Sydney Wanderers Competition: A-League Match Venue: Suncorp Stadium Capacity: 52,500 Match Timing: March 06, @03:00 PM
Dream11 Football Prediction – Odds checker:
Brisbane Roar to win: 2.10 (19/4), Probability to happen: 17.39% Sydney Wanderers to win: 3.38 (09/20), Probability to happen: 68.97% Draw: 3.64 (4/1), Probability to happen: 20.00%
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Brisbane Roar vs Western Sydney Wanderers Team News:
Brisbane Roar Team News:
Welsh footballer Aaron Amadi-Holloway has been ruled out of this game due to an ankle injury. There's no timeline for his return.
Changes have been made to the matchday roster for this game with a handful of players earning a recall for this game.
Jai Ingham, George Mells, Jake McGing, Kai Trewin have all made it to the squad.
Brisbane Roar key players:
Brad Inman: Brisbane‘s No-10 is one of the vital figures in this team. He can up top as the main striker or can be the link between the midfield and attack as well. For the season, he has four goals and three assists.
Jay O'Shea: Can cross, and is one of the better passers in this team. A must-have.
Corey Brown: He is in good form.
Scott McDonald: Yet to score for the team since joining them in the January transfer window. But he has impressed and may hold his place in the playing 11. Select him in Dreamaa Grand League competitions.
Scott Neville: Threat during set-pieces.
Western Sydney Wanderers team news:
Daniel Georgievski was sent off in the second-half injury time in the 0-1 win over Sydney FC last weekend, and so is suspended for this game.
In addition, the visitors are also without Ali Auglah, who has been left out of the squad, while Vedran Janjetovic (shoulder injury), Daniel Wilmering (knee injury) and Radoslaw Majewski (knee injury) are out due to their respective injury issues.
Keanu Baccus is back from an injury and is available for selection, while the likes of Mathieu Cordier, Noah Pagden and Jarrod Carluccio have earned a recall.
Western Sydney Wanderers key players:
Mitchell Duke: Scored the winner last week, and took his season tally to 10 league goals.
Simon Cox: The January signing is certainly feeling at home now, after netting twice and setting up one goal in the first four games for the team.
Nicolai Müller: He is also in very good form. Must be considered.
Brisbane Roar vs Western Sydney Wanderers predicted playing 11:
Brisbane Roar: Jamie Young (GK), Corey Brown, Macaulay Gillesphey, Tom Aldred, Scott Neville, Jack Hingert, Jay O'Shea, Jacob Pepper, Aiden O'Neill, Scott McDonald, Brad Inman Western Sydney Wanderers: Daniel Lopar (GK), Trent Buhagiar, Matthew Jurman, Dylan McGowan, Patrick Ziegler, Bruce Kamau, Nick Sullivan, Pirmin Schwegler, Nicolai Müller, Mitchell Duke, Simon Cox
BRB vs SYW Dream11 Teams:
Goalkeeper: J Young Defenders: M Gilesphey, M Jurman, D McGowan Midfielders: B Inman (VC), J Pepper, P Schwegler, N Muller Forwards: S McDonald, S Cox, M Duke (C)