Foot Predictions shows the Australian A-League clash on Sunday between Wellington Phoenix and Western Sydney Wanderers, including hunches, preview and possible lineups.
West Sydney Wanderers will aim to extend its unbeaten run to seven games when facing Wellington Phoenix at WIN Stadium on Sunday night.
The hosts are second in the A-League table and have failed to prove victory in the last two games, since the impressive 2-1 win over the Central Coast Mariners.
Wellington Phoenix has been in a bad time since moving to New South Wales in October, earning six points out of 33 possible.
After an impressive third place last season, Ufuk TalayThe men of the team are in second place in the championship, with a draw and four defeats in six games.
His only win this season was for the league leaders, Central Coast Mariners, where Jaushua SotirioThe 88-minute goal helped to steal a surprising 2-1 victory.
A particular concern for Wellington fans is their form at home, as they failed to score points at WIN Stadium this season – a three-game losing streak.
They have also been struggling to find their way in front of the goal, scoring just six goals and outperforming Melbourne Victory just five.
His opponent, Western Sydney Wanderers, is having an impressive season so far, taking fourth place with 12 points from seven matches.
Carl RobinsonThe team is after a series of six games without losing, since the surprising defeat by 1 to 0 for the new Macarthur boys in the first round.
The Wanderers secured a 2-0 victory over Melbourne Victory, who struggled against the difficulty last time with a new signing Graham Dorrans grabbing his second goal of the season.
The last nine meetings of this game show that it is an equally disputed confrontation, since both teams guaranteed four victories each.
The visitors achieved a 1-0 victory at Bankwest Stadium in the last match, where Kwame YeboahThe 73-minute winner eliminated a stubborn 10-man Wellington.
Wellington Phoenix Australian A-League form: LDLWLL
Western Sydney Wanderers Australian A-League form: WDWDDW
All news from the teams
The hosts have a relatively long list of absentees for this match and will not have some important players.
Talay will be without the services of the striker David Ball, who won a straight red for a cynical challenge in the confrontation with Central Coast Mariners.
The pair of Tomer Hemed and Jaushua Sotirio will also be left out of this confrontation due to an injury to the hamstring and knee, respectively.
Luke DeVere you will have surgery and should lose about 12 weeks of action after suffering a knee injury the last time.
However, Wellington will be driven by the return of Cameron Devlin, who returns from a short-term injury.
The defensive duo of Tass Mourdoukoutas and Dylan McGowan remain absent for the Wanderers as they recover from their respective ankle injuries.
Vedran Janjetovic has not played for the visitors this season, as he remains on the club’s long list due to a shoulder injury.
Possible initial lineup for Wellington Phoenix:
Marinovic; McGarry, Laws, DeVere, Payne; Lewis, Devlin, Rufer, Davila; Waine, Muratovic
Possible initial lineup for Western Sydney Wanderers:
Margush; McGowan, Aquilina, Gordon; Georgiexi, Dorrans, Baccus, Russell; Troisi, Ibini-Isei, Cox
Probability: Wellington Phoenix 0-2 Western Sydney Wanderers
Western Sydney have not lost four games away from home this season, and we hope this series will continue, as they travel to face a team that fights Wellington, who have lost their three home matches so far.
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