Melbourne City vs Perth Glory by Filipson
The goals for the team’s key attacking players in addition to triple the shots on goal of its rivals confirmed that the City has an amazing and very potent attacking line, and probably the best in the league. With Brattan, Neil Kilkenny and Bruce Kamau giving the team more potency through the midfield and on the wings and the experienced Sorensen back in goals, City look hard to beat.
Perth heads to Melbourne following a 2-0 home win over the Wellington Phoenix last round, with second-half goals from Diego Castro and Nebojsa Marinkovic. But it was a far from convincing performance from Perth, who were mostly playing the long balls and didn't really make some quality actions.
City’s dynamic attack will also provide the biggest test yet for Perth’s defence, and I am not sure how well they can respond as they do not seem that prepared and and organized for now. On top of that, Perth are not the best possible visitors, with 6-1-8 in the last 15 away games, which isn't something they can brag about, and that inconsistency will cost them many points.
The hosts have scored at least 3 goals in 7 from the last 10 home matches and that is a pretty respectable achievement, showing they are almost unstopable here. I believe Melbourne City will put a great display once again and continue their high-scoring, winning run. Good luck!
|1 & 3 or more goals||William Hill||2.15||7||2-3 LOST (-7 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.