A-League Round Fourteen Preview

Round Fourteen Preview (Hyundai A-League)

Round fourteen of the A-League promises to be an interesting one. The first game should be the best one to watch, with both the Sky Blues and the Jets possessing good attacks. Hopefully, it sets the tone for the rest of the round and the football that is played is attractive.

Sky Blues v Jets

If anyone in the A-League is going to stop the Sky Blues it’s the Jets, both teams having been scoring goals at will, which should make for an attacking game of football. It has been a pleasure to watch these teams, because they have been clinical in front of goal.

Sky Blues Game Changer: Joshua Brillante

Jets Game Changer: Jason Hoffman

My Prediction: Jets

Roar v Wanderers Preview

Both teams have been struggling of late. That means both sides are in need of a win. They both have a good attacking right back. I don’t know how either of these teams are going to perform, judging by their form this A-League Season.

Roar Game Changer: Jack Hingert

Wanderers Game Changer: Mark Bridge

My Prediction: Wanderers

Glory v Reds Preview

The Reds are well coached, which means they should be victorious in this one. Based on Glory’s last game’s performance against the Sky Blues, the Reds should win this one.

Glory Game Changer: Joseph Mills

Reds Game Changer: Johan Absalonsen

My Prediction: Reds

Victory v Mariners Preview

The Mariners have been struggling of late. The Victory have many attacking weapons. Both sides hopes of finishing in the top six going on the line, meaning they will both be endeavouring to collect the three points on offer.

Victory Game Changer: James Troisi

Mariners Game Changer: Andrew Hoole

My Prediction: Mariners

City v Phoenix Preview

This should be a good contest with both sides in need of three points. City was off the boil last week, while the Phoenix played out a monotonous nil-all draw. I sense an upset in this one.

City Game Changer: Luke Brattan

Phoenix Game Changer: Michael Mcglinchey

My Prediction: Phoenix


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