Perth Glory FC is going head to head with Sydney FC on 12 March at HBF Park stadium, Perth City. Perth Glory played against Sydney FC in 1 match this season. Currently, Perth Glory rank 11th, while Sydney FC hold 7th position.
It is a crucial match for both teams in A-League as they have struggled in the league this season. The Western Australian outfit suffered a 2-1 defeat against Adelaide United last week and cannot afford a similar result in this fixture. The away side suffered a shock 2-0 loss against local rivals Western Sydney Wanderers last week and have a point to prove this weekend.
During the last 23 meetings with Perth Glory FC playing at home, Perth Glory FC have won 5 times. There have been eight draws while Sydney FC have won 10 times. The goal difference is 37-23 in favour of Sydney FC. During the last 48 meetings, Perth Glory FC have won 10 times. There have been 12 draws while Sydney FC have won 26 times.
The most common result of matches between Perth Glory FC and Sydney FC when Perth Glory FC is playing at home is 0-0. 4 games have ended with this result. The most common result of matches between Perth Glory FC and Sydney FC is 0-0. 6 games have ended with this result.
Perth Glory: Andy Keogh, Osama Malik, and Liam Reddy have recovered from the injuries and will be available for this game.
Sydney FC: Kosta Barbarouses and Adam Le Fondre have recovered from their knocks and will be available for selection.
Sydney FC have an impressive record against Perth Glory and have won 29 out of 51 matches played between the two teams. Perth Glory have managed ten victories against Sydney FC and will need to cut the deficit on Saturday.
The previous meeting between the two teams took place in January this year and ended in a 2-1 victory for Perth Glory. Sydney FC were poor on the day and have a point to prove this weekend.
Perth Glory form guide in the A-League: L-D-L-L-W
Sydney FC form guide in the A-League: L-L-L-D-D
Perth Glory Possible XI (4-3-3): Cameron Cook; Jack Clisby, Darryl Lachman, Jonathan Aspropotamitis, Antonee Burke-Gilroy; Osama Malik, Brandon O’Neill, Antonee Gilroy; Andy Keogh, Bruno Fornaroli, Adrian Sardinero
Sydney FC Possible XI (4-4-2): Tom Heward-Belle; Conor O’Toole, Ben Warland, Alex Wilkinson, James Donachie; Anthony Caceres, Paulo Retre, Kosta Barbarouses, Milos Ninkovic; Elvis Kamsoba, Adam Le Fondre