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SYD vs PG Dream11 Match Prediction

SYD vs PG Dream11: Table-topper Sydney FC will be entertaining Perth Glory in A-League regular-season match at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium on Saturday morning (IST). With most sporting events shutting their operations down amidst the coronavirus outbreak, A-League is one of the few sporting events still on.

Form and recent results:

  • Sydney FC have dropped only two games all season with both of those two defeats coming against city-rivals city-rivals Western Sydney Wanderers.
  • Sydney won 1-4 away at Melbourne Victory last week and extended their lead at the top to 10 points. That leads look even more formidable considering they have two games-in-hand.
  • Sydney certainly have set the bar quite high for all teams to follow.
  • Perth Glory, on the other hand, are coming into this game on the back of two consecutive defeats, last losing against 2-3 against Melbourne FC last week.
  • They are 5th on the table, only two points adrift of 4th placed Brisbane Roar.

Match details:

Host: Sydney FC
Visitors: Perth Glory
Competition: A-League
Match Venue: Netstrata Jubilee Stadium
Capacity: 20,500
Match Timing: March 14, @11:30 AM

SYD vs PG Dream11 Football Team Prediction – Odds checker:

Sydney FC to win: 2.00 (1/1), Probability to happen: 50.00%
Perth Glory to win: 3.60 (13/5), Probability to happen: 27.78%
Draw: 3.60 (13/5), Probability to happen: 27.78%

Dream11 best possible scenarios:

Combo 1: Sydney to keep a clean sheet and score at least one goal!
Yeah, it's more than likely. Sydney are the best team, they have scored the most goals, both at home and in away games, and also kept the most number of shut outs this season. So this scenario is more than likely to happen here.
Players: Sydney 7 | Perth 4 | Back-four of Sydney FC

Combo 2: Sydney to win, but fail to keep a clean sheet!
Perth are also in decent form. They have a good view of the table and are capable of rattling the opponent's net. So Perth can score, but even in that case, Sydney are likely to outscore them.
Players: Sydney 6 | Perth 5 | At least two Sydney defenders.

Combo 3: One for the risk factor. Perth to sneak a win!
Yes, it can happen. This is football. All result are possible. Bottom-three club Watford can beat run-away Premier League champions Liverpool, so Perth can beat Sydney as well. But it will most likely by an odd goal.
Players: Sydney 5 | Perth 6 | Back-four of Perth Glory

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Sydney FC vs Perth Glory Team News:

Sydney FC Team News:

  • No player is on Syndey's injury list before this game, but there has been changes to the matchday roster.
  • Jordi Swibel, and Calem Nieuwenhof both have been left out of the squad for the home game against Perth Glory.
  • Patrick Flottmann has earned the recall after being left out for the last match.
  • Michael Zullo has recovered from injury to make the cut for this game.
  • Luke Ivanovic is also back from an injury and will be available for selection.

How Sydney FC may line-up?

Considering the form team is in, and not to mention the last week's fabulous result against Melbourne Victory, head coach Steve Corica has no reason to fiddle with his playing 11 he named las week. Expect the hosts to line-up same as a result.

Sydney FC key players:

  • Adam le Fondre: Leading player this season, not only in this team but in the whole A-League. That's no surprise as he plays for the leaders. The 33-year-old Englishman has scored an incredible 16 times in 18 league games this season, also scoring last week as well.
  • Kosta Barbarouses: The 30-year-old New Zealand forward was on the scoresheet last week. He has been one of the most consistent players for Sydney FC. Not only he has scored 8 times this season, but he has also set up 6 times for the teammates.
  • Miloš Ninković: A very good option to have on the team. He can score and is a very good passer as well. He also found the back of the net last week.
  • Anthony Caceres: Doubled the team's lead around the hour mark. He may not be as consistent in front of the goal as some of the aforementioned players in his team, but he impacts the game in his own way, breaking up the play, and grabbing those second and third assists which go unnoticed.
  • Rhyan Grant: Sydney FC's right-back is a no-nonsense choice due to the red-hot form he is in at the moment. He has four assists this season and has the foot which can sent the ball towards the goal at lightning speed.

Sydney FC squad to face Perth Glory:

Andrew Redmayne, Patrick Flottmann, Ben Warland, Alex Wilkinson, Alex Baumjohann, Ryan McGowan, Michael Zullo, Paulo Retre, Adam Le Fondre, Milos Ninkovic, Kosta Barbarouses, Trent Buhagiar, Joel King, Anthony Caceres, Luke Ivanovic, Thomas Heward-Belle, Harry Van Der Saag, Rhyan Grant, Marco Tilio, Luke Brattan

Perth Glory team news:

  • thirty-seven-year-old Australian defender Dino Djulbic (ankle – time for an indefinite period), and 24-year-old Australian midfielder Chris Ikonomidis (knee – season) will miss this game for the visitors.
  • Greg Wuthrich, Kim Soo-Beom and Osama Malik both have earned the recall for this game and will be in contention.
  • In addition, the 34-year-old Australian midfielder Vince Lia has been left out of the team and won't feature here.

Perth Glory key players:

  • Bruno Fornaroli: Leading scorer for Perth Glory this season with 11 goals.
  • Diego Castro: Perth's most creative player. He leads them with seven assists this season.

Perth Glory squad to face Sydney FC:

Tando Velaphi, Alex Grant, Jacob Tratt, Greg Wuthrich, Ivan Franjic, Joel Chianese, James Meredith, Bruno Fornaroli, Kim Soo-Beom, Osama Malik, Osama Malik, Tomislav Mrcela, Diego Castro, Nicholas D’Agostino, Jake Brimmer, Tarek Elrich, Juande, Gabriel Popovic, Kristian Popovic, Liam Reddy, Neil Kilkenny

Sydney FC vs Perth Glory predicted playing 11:

Sydney FC: Redmayne (GK), J. King, A. Wilkinson, R. McGowan, R. Grant, P. Retre, L. Brattan, M. Ninkovic, A. Caceres, K. Barbarouses, A. Le Fondre
Perth Glory: Reddy (GK), Meredith, Grant, Mrcela, Tratt, Franjic, Neil Kilkenny, Brimmer, D'Agostino, Castro, Fornarolli

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