Perth Glory hosts Western United in round 26 of Australian A-League. The match will be played on Monday, March 23rd at HBF Park (Perth)
Perth Glory got in the crisis, and this can have a very bad consequence at the end of the season. The Glorious Ones won the regular championship last season and reached the final of the playoffs. Now they have the same experienced coach, Tony Popovic, and the same star squad led by the captain Diego Castro. But at the decisive moment of the current championship, Perth Glory suddenly lost its shape. The last time the team won back in early February. After that, it suffered a defeat to FC Tokyo in the Asian Champions League. As for the Australian championship, the streak without victories has already reached four games in which only 2 points have been earned. So far, the Glorious Ones take 5th place, that is, in the playoff zone. But competitors are gradually coming closer. Perhaps a draw with the unconditional leader, FC Sydney, will help to regain shape and self-confidence.
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Western United is holding its first ever season. A project from the suburbs of Melbourne was launched back in 2017, but the team was preparing for its debut in the A-League for two years. This time was used wisely, and the management of the Green-blacks selected a rather good squad. They lured Alessandro Diamanti, an experienced Italian who is very good at implementing set pieces. Besart Berisha brought even more benefit - the Kosovan, who played a lot in Germany and came from the Japanese championship, has already scored 14 goals. Led by these players (there was also a lot of hope in Panagiotis Kone, but the Greek playmaker doesn’t shine), Western United has a chance to reach the playoffs. After two consecutive victories, the team took just the 6th place, but it outranks Adelaide United only in terms of additional indicators, and Sydney Wanderers is only one point behind. But these teams have already played their match of the round, and there is a chance to break away from them.
Bookmakers give the victory to the more experienced Perth Glory, offering a much lower coefficient. But Western United will fight seriously, so we should see many goals in this match.
Prediction for the match: Over 2.5 goals scored