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CCM vs MLC Dream11 Match Prediction

CCM vs MLC Dream11: With the season done and dusted, Central Coast Mariners are playing for pride these days. They will have one more shot at snapping their losing skid when they play hosts to high-flying Melbourne City FC in the A-League regular-season match at Central Coast Stadium on Friday morning (IST). The A-League is one of handful sports event still in motion despite the threat of novel Covid-19 virus.

Form the recent results:

This has been a season to forget for Central Coast Mariners and their fans. They are the worst team in the whole league with whatever perimeter you gauge a team's performance. Their current nine-game losing streak is the worst. They have won the fewest number of games this season, dropped the most, bottom in terms of scoring goals, and shipped off the most goals in the current campaign. So whatever could have gone for the Mariners has gone.

Melbourne City, meanwhile, are on the upward trajectory. For they are sitting second on the table heading into this match, and are on course to qualify for the post-season. The visitors are also one of the in-form teams, having picked up 10 points and three wins from the last five games. With 37 strikes, City are the second-best offensive team this season, behind only leaders Sydney FC.

Match details:

Host: Central Coast Mariners
Visitors: Melbourne City FC
Competition: A-League
Match Venue: Central Coast Stadium
Capacity: 20,059
Match Timing: March 20, @12:00 PM

CCM vs MLC Dream11 Football Team Prediction – Odds checker:

Central Coast Mariners to win: 5.75 (19/4), Probability to happen: 17.39%
Melbourne City FC to win: 1.53 (53/100), Probability to happen: 65.36%
Draw: 4.33 (333/100), Probability to happen: 23.09%

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Central Coast Mariners vs Melbourne City FC Team News:

Central Coast Mariners Team News:

  • Twenty-three-year-old Australian attacking midfielder Daniel De Silva is the only injury absentee for the hosts.
  • Head coach Alen Stajic has reshuffled his squad ahead of this match, with two players returning from injuries, while one player has earned a recall this week.
  • Both Tommy Oar and Kye Rowles have recovered from injuries and are deemed fit for this clash. The duo is in the squad, as is Dylan Ruiz-Diaz.
  • In addition, Alou Kuol has been left out of the squad.

Central Coast Mariners key players:

  • Chris Harold: Mariners‘ January signing from Perth Glory has already up and running for the team following two goals in the first four games, including a strike last week. He is one of the in-form players in otherwise underperforming Mariners' team.
  • Milan Đurić: The experienced Serbian player is certainly a very good player who always carries a threat in front of the goal.
  • Jordan Murray: Twenty-four-year-old is certainly talented
  • Gianni Stensness: Mariners are expected to soak up the pressure, and Stensness will be crucial here for the hosts, for he can be the link between h backline and the offensive players.
  • Jack Clisby: If you are to choose a defender from Mariners' backline, Clisby should be your top target.

Central Coast Mariners squad to face Melbourne City FC:

Mark Birighitti, Ian Zygmunt Gordon, Jack Clisby, Eunsun Kim, Milan Ðuric, Michael McGlinchey, Jordan Murray, Tommy Oar, Adam Pearce, Kye Rowles, Sam Silvera, Gianni Stensness, Matt Simon, Ruon Tongyik, Jacob Melling, Chris Harold, Joshua Nisbet, Lewis Miller, Jair Britto, Dylan Ruiz-Diaz

Melbourne City FC team news:

  • City will be welcoming back Uruguyuan attacking midfielder Adrian Luna and former Perth Glory captain Rostyn Griffiths following a one-game suspension.
  • But Jack Hendry (knee), and Richard Windbichler (hamstring) both remain on the sideline due to injuries, and won't feature in this game as a result.
  • The duo is the only injury casualty for the visitors.

Melbourne City FC key players:

  • Jamie Maclaren: League's second-best player this season with 15 goals and he is definitely the best on Melbourne City's roster if scoring goals is the parameter, which is the perhaps the most accurate variable. He also scored in the last match.
  • Adrián Luna: Returns from suspension and he will be starting the game. The Uruguayan is having a very good season. He has four goals and as many assists so far in the campaign.
  • Florin Berenguer: Thirty-year-old is also a very good option. He can score and set-up as well.
  • Craig Noone: The former Brighton & Hove Albion player is also a very important figure in this team. He is a threat in front of the goal. A very good option to have.

Melbourne City FC squad to face Central Coast Mariners:

Tom Glover, Scott Galloway, Scott Jamieson, Harrison Delbridge, Josh Brillante, Rostyn Griffiths, Jamie Maclaren, Florin Berenguer, Craig Noone, Nathaniel Atkinson, Markel Susaeta, Denis Genreau, Lachlan Wales, Adrian Luna, Ramy Najjrine, Curtis Good, Dean Bouzanis, Moudi Najjar, Kerrin Stokes, Connor Metcalfe, Stefan Colakovski

Central Coast Mariners vs Melbourne City FC predicted playing 11:

Central Coast Mariners: Mark Birighitti (GK), Jack Clisby, Ruon Tongyik, Ziggy Gordon, Lewis Miller, Michael McGlinchey, Gianni Stensness, Kim Eun-sun, Milan Đurić, Chris Harold, Jordan Murray
Melbourne City FC: Tom Glover (GK), Scott Jamieson, Curtis Good, Rostyn Griffiths, Nathaniel Atkinson, Florin Berenguer, Joshua Brillante, Adrián Luna, Markel Susaeta, Craig Noone, Jamie Maclaren

CCM vs MLC Dream11 Team prediction:

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CCM vs MLC Dream11 prediction for Today’s match:

Melbourne City FC are in good form and boast a very good away record against Central Coast Mariners as well. The away team is the favourite going into this match.

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