A-League Preview & Insights: WSW Wanderers Vs Brisbane Roar
November 1, 2019
The Wanderers are the last team with a 100% record but it will be put to the test by a promising Brisbane Roar. Here’s a look at our preview & analysis.
WSW WANDERERS VS BRISBANE ROAR – SATURDAY 2 NOVEMBER, 5:00PM, BANKWEST STADIUM
It looks as if Brisbane have the potential to get something going under Robbie Fowler but they just needs the team chemistry to click.
Maybe it might involve a slight tweak to the starting 11 or a tactical switch, either way they need to address the slow starts.
In both contests so far they have fallen behind in the first half and spent the majority of the game chasing a goal.
Perhaps they might be able to catch the Wanderers a little bit flat after a dramatic derby win, their first in what feels like an eternity, but the Wanderers have been making the most of their new/old surrounds.
At home, this is going to be the Wanderers game to lose, although it should be a close one.
Saturday, 2 November 2019
- Kick-off: 5pm AEDT
- Venue: Bankwest Stadium
- Stream: Kayo Sports
Did you know?
- Western Sydney Wanderers are undefeated in their last five Hyundai A-League games against the Brisbane Roar (W3, D2), having led at half-time in all five of those games.
- Brisbane Roar are the only team yet to concede a second-half goal in the Hyundai A-League 2019/20 campaign.
- Roar duo Macaulay Gillesphey (93) and Scott Neville (87) have averaged the most pass attempts per game of all players this Hyundai A-League campaign.
- The ‘Both Teams to Score’ market has hit in each of Western Sydney’s last seven A-League day matches.
- Each of Western Sydney’s last three A-League Week 4 matches have resulted in a draw.
Wanderers to be too good at home.