Newcastle vs Brisbane Predictions and Tips

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The two teams reach this final leg of the regular season in very different situations, with the Newcastle Jets showing up on time, as there is nothing else to conquer. Brisbane Roar still struggles to perfection for one of six places in the play-offs, and is expected to dominate the game most of the time, be more objective in attack and exhibit greater defensive cohesion than Newcastle Jets.

Betting tip

The draw is back: Brisbane

Odds 1.50


Newcastle Jets and Queensland Roar face at McDonald Jones Stadium, in a match for the 10th round of the A – League. In the last head-to-head meeting between these teams in this competition, on 20‑01‑2021, Brisbane Roar won away by (1‑2). The record of head-to-head matches at this stadium favors the home team, which won 3, drew 2 and lost 2 in the last 7 matches. However, in the last match at this stadium, for the A – League, on 20 ‑01‑2021, Brisbane Roar won by (1‑2). The goals of the match were scored by V. Yuel (38 ‘) for Newcastle Jets and D. Wenzel – Halls (61’) and R. Danzaki (6 ‘) for Queensland Roar. In this match, home advantage may play an important role as Queensland Roar has significant differences between home and away performances.

Newcastle analysis

The home team plays Queensland Roar in a match delayed by the 10th round, after 3 wins, 2 draws and 5 losses in their league matches thus far. This is a team that maintains its performance when it plays outside its stadium, since in the last 30 games it has recorded 4 wins, 4 draws and 7 losses as a visitor; against 6 victories, 3 draws and 6 defeats in his stadium. For the league, Newcastle Jets won 3 points out of 15 possible, after 1 win and 4 losses in the last 5 home games. Defensive solidity has not been his strong point, since he has conceded goals in 7 of the last 10 games, but his offense has scored regularly, since he has scored goals in 7 of the last 10 games of this competition. In 10 games in this competition, he suffered the first goal 6 times and never managed to come back.

The Newcastle Jets reach the final stretch of the regular phase of the A-League, mathematically withdrawn from the play-offs, but trying to leave a better image than they have so far. In twelfth and last place in the standings, the team led by coach Craig Deans appears with just 14 points, one behind Melbourne Victory, 17 points behind the top-6. Amid a crisis of results that has been going on since last February, the Newcastle Jets have not won 13 games in a row. Last weekend, the team was defeated at the reception to the Central Coast Mariners (0-1), in a split game, but where the Deans team did not get a good presentation in terms of shots.

Confirmed lineup: Jack Duncan, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Connor O’Toole, Johnny Koutroumbis, Nigel Boogaard, Matthew Millar, Luka Pršo, Angus Thurgate, Steven Ugarkovic, Valentino Yuel, Roy O’Donovan.

Brisbane Team Analysis

After 4 wins, 2 draws and 3 losses, the visiting team is in 3rd place, having gained 14 points. In the last match, they lost in an away match against Perth Glory by (3‑1), after having drawn (0‑0) away against Sydney in the previous match. This is a team that, curiously, has been stronger away than at home, since in the last 30 games they have registered 8 wins, 3 draws and 4 losses as a visitor; against 7 wins, 4 draws and 4 losses in his stadium. In their last 4 away matches, Queensland Roar has recorded 2 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss, having earned 7 points out of a possible 12. Defensive solidity has not been his strong point, since he has conceded goals in 7 of the last 9 matches in this competition.

The Brisbane Roar team is in the fight for access to the play-offs, and this match reaches sixth place in the league table, with the same 31 points as Western Sydney Wanderers, which has another match played. Without winning in three consecutive games, the team led by coach Warren Moon will seek to return to victories, in a decisive phase of the race to qualify for the play-offs. Last Sunday, Brisbane Roar was defeated on the visit to the Adelaide United field (1-0), in a dispute that remained open until the final whistle and marked by the waste of a penalty, through Champness (at 38 ‘ , about 15 minutes after the opponent has opened the marker).

Confirmed lineup: Oliver Sail, Liam McGing, Louis Fenton, Alex Rufer, Clayton Rhys Lewis, Joshua Laws, Tim Payne, Ben Waine, Ulises Dávila, David Ball, Reno Piscopo.
Technical: D. Davies.

Betting tip

The draw is back: Brisbane

Odds 1.50

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