Foot Predictions shows the Australian A-League clash on Saturday between Sydney FC and Brisbane Roar, including hunches, preview and possible lineups.
Sydney FC will aim to make three wins out of three when hosting Brisbane Roar at the Leichhardt Oval Stadium on Saturday.
Roar have not won in the last two matches, with a defeat and a draw against Macarthur and Newcastle Jets, respectively, and will seek to recover from the victories.
Sydney returns to action on Saturday after its clashes with Melbourne City and Western United were postponed due to a government-imposed blockade in Victoria.
Steve CoricaThe team’s players started to defend the title in an unstable way, with a victory, a draw and a defeat in the first three matches.
They quickly recovered from their loss to the Central Coast Mariners and won a comfortable 3-0 win over Macarthur at Campbelltown Stadium.
Sydney followed up with a sweaty victory over Wellington Phoenix last time, where Kosta BarbarousesThe key pair inspired the Sky Blues to a 2-1 victory.
Third in the A-League table, Brisbane Roar has resumed where it left off last season and is fighting for another place in the playoff.
Warren MoonThe men of the team have four wins and a draw in seven games and are the third goals scored in the championship, with 13.
They had an impressive four-game winning streak, including a 2-1 away win for Newcastle Jets and an emphatic 5-2 win over Melbourne Victory, before dropping to a 2-0 defeat against Macarthur.
Roar had a goalless draw with Newcastle Jets in their last game, without recovering from their loss to Macarthur.
Sydney has a slight advantage in this game, winning six of the last 10 games in all competitions, while the visitors have won three wins.
The spoils were shared at their most recent meeting, where Dylan Wenzel-Halls opened the scoring for Brisbane at the start of the first half, before Luke Ivanovic restored parity in the 40th minute to deliver Sydney a 1-1 draw.
While Sydney are unbeaten in four of their last five league games against Brisbane Roar, visitors are unbeaten in five of their last six league matches.
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All news from the teams
Sydney midfielder Chris Zuvela was ruled out with a long-term injury after breaking his ACL in the win over Wellington Phoenix.
Veteran striker Stew must make his long-awaited return after fully recovering from injury, while the defender Michael Zullo could make his first appearance since contracting a calf injury in January.
Brisbane has a clean bill of health and Warren Moon has the luxury of having a squad of full strength to choose from.
Japanese subscription Masato Kudo it could be delivered on his first start in the league when he returns to full form after a 14-day quarantine.
Possible starting lineup for Sydney FC:
Redmayne; King, Warland, Wilkinson, Grant; Brattan, Baumjohann, Ninkovic, Cáceres; Barbaries, Buhagiar
Possible initial lineup of Brisbane Roar:
Young; Aldred, Gillesphey, Trewin; Brindell-South, Brown, O’Shea, Akbari; McDonald, Danzaki, Wenzel-Halls
Probability: Sydney FC 3-1 Brisbane Roar
The hosts are in a good series of results against Brisbane Roar and, considering that both teams are scoring freely at the moment, we expect a game with many goals, with Sydney stealing all three points in the 90 minutes.
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