Melbourne V. vs Central Coast by Sors

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Melbourne-V.
VS
Central-Coast
Melbourne Victory is the most balanced team in the Australian A-League in this moment, as the backbone of this team is practically the same compared to the last season and the club even signed with two new players during the break in Danny Vukovic (goalkeeper) from Perth Glory and Oliver Bozanic (midf.) from Luzern.

 

The hosts, who won the FFA Cup after a 2-0 win over Perth Glory earlier this month, seek a third straight win in the league and fouth in four games at this stadium after those against Adelaide United (3-1/FFA Cup), Melbourne City (3-2) and Wellington Phoenix (3-0).

 

Melbourne Victory is obviously in a good shape in this moment and another advantage for the home team can be found in the fact, that Kevin Muscat has a full squad to choose from.

 

A lot more changes have been made in Central Coast Mariners this summer, as the club signed with five new players in Paul Izzo (goalkeeper) from Adelaide United, Jake Adelson (def.) from Newcastle Jets, Mitchell Austin (midf.) from Cambridge United, Daniel Heffernan (forw.) from Heidelberg United and Roy O’Donovan (forw.) from Mitra Kukar, while other four players left in the club in this period.

 

Despite all these changes, the guests have problems at the start of the new season, as Central Coast Mariners won only once in the previous six rounds (1-2-3 8/12).

 

In addition to that, Harry Ascroft (d / 3+0), Glen Trifiro (m / 1+0) and Fabio Ferreira (m / 5+2) are injured and will miss this match for Central Coast Mariners, as well as Jake McGing (d / 6+0), who is suspended.

 

Everything speaks in favor of Melbourne Victory here and I think that the hosts are able to cover this handicap.

 

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Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Melbourne - 1.25 Pinnacle 1.79 9 2-1 HALF LOST (-4.5 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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Comments (2)
Anthony
+1 for a Melbourne Victory victory :)
11/19/2015 - 14:18
Anthony
WTF -- ofcourse they score in the 89th minute.
11/19/2015 - 16:58
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