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| On Jun 27, 2021 9:23 AM IST

MLC vs SYD Dream11 Team Prediction Tips for Melbourne City vs Sydney FC A League Live Score 27 June

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MLC vs SYD Dream11: In a repeat of last season’s Grand Final, Melbourne City and Sydney lock horns once again in what should be another thrilling contest. Sydney prevailed last year as they defended their crown and they will now bid to become the first team in A-League history to make it three successive league wins. Melbourne on the other hand stand in their way as they attempt to clinch their maiden crown and having finished as minor premiers, they will be confident of success. Sydney failed to win either of the two matches between the pair this season with City winning one of their duels and the other ending in a stalemate and while they are capable of defending their title once again, it is Melbourne that can make home advantage count to complete a memorable season for them.

Melbourne City vs Sydney FC A League Live

Date: 27 June, Sunday
Time: 12:35 PM (IST)
Venue: AAMI Park Stadium, Melbourne

A League Table: Melbourne City are 1st in the A League standings, while Sydney FC are sitting in the 2nd place.

Watch A League Live Score and Live Stream: No official streaming in India.

Recent form:

Melbourne City – W-W-D-W-W
Sydney FC – W-W-W-W-W

Head-to-head (last five meetings)

MLC Wins- 02
Draws– 01
SYD Wins– 02

MLC vs SYD Dream11 Prediction

Melbourne City News

Injury Report and Unavailability: Jamie Maclaren, Connor Metcalfe, and Curtis Good will likely remain in quarantine after their stints with the Socceroos and are unavailable for this game.

Expected changes and Strategy: Melbourne City FC will be boosted by the return of Adrian Luna and Marco Tilio in this clash.

Melbourne City Starting XI (Likely)

Tom Glover
Scott Jamieson
Rostyn Griffiths
Nuno Reis
Scott Galloway
Aiden O’Neill
Florin Berenguer
Adrian Luna
Nathaniel Atkinson
Marco Tilio
Stefan Colakovski

Sydney FC News

Injury Report and Unavailability: Michael Zullo, Trent Buhagiar, Chris Zuvela, Jordi Swibel, and Calum Nieuwenhof did not play a part for Sydney FC last week and might not be able to feature against Melbourne City.

Expected changes and Strategy: Andrew Redmayne, Rhyan Grant, and Ryan McGowan have featured for the Australian national team and will also be unavailable this weekend.

Sydney FC Starting XI (Likely)

Tom Heward-Belle
Joel King
Ben Warland
Alex Wilkinson
Paulo Retre
Anthony Caceres
Luke Brattan
Kosta Barbarouses
Alexander Baumjohann
Bobo
Adam Le Fondre

Captain Options

Adam Le Fondre: Le Fondre has 4 goals and a total of 14 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 47.62%. He had a total of 1 big chances. He has a total of 1 assists, 19 key passes and he created a total of 7 chances.

Bobo: Bobo has 12 goals and a total of 25 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 48.45%. He had a total of 17 big chances. He has a total of 5 assists, 15 key passes and he created a total of 19 chances.

X-factors, differential picks

Marco Tilio: Tilio has 2 goals and a total of 9 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 31.45%. He had a total of 7 big chances. He has a total of 5 assists, 15 key passes and he created a total of  chances.8

MLC vs SYD Dream11 Team

Goalkeeper: Glover
Defenders: King, Jamieson, Galloway
Midfielders: Luna, Brattan, Barbarouses, Atkinson
Attackers: Le Fondre, Tilio, Colakovski

Likely Winner:

While Melbourne City have had an undoubtedly strong season, we fear that they are not quite the same side without their spine of Maclaren, Metcalfe and Good, and again see them falling just short at this stage against Sydney. Corica’s men have hit form at the right time, coming into the game with six straight victories, and they should have enough to add to that and finish the season with their sixth A-League Championship. In our MLC vs SYD Today Match Prediction odds, we back for a 1-0 win for Sydney in this match.

Jeet Ghosh

Jeet Ghosh is a Football Journalist, living and working in Kolkata with years of experience. He is a Post Graduate in Journalism and Mass Communication from Jadavpur University. Jeet is a sports lover but has a special liking for football. He has worked as a football writer with The Citizen, Sportsflashes, Sportskeeda. He follows the football leagues around the world and is somewhat partial towards Real Madrid.