A-League Round 4 My Preview
As it stands, every team in the A-League has got at least one point in the first 3 rounds of the season and none of the ten clubs have won all three games that they have played, which illustrates how tight the competition is and why Round 4 should be an entertaining one.
My Choice of a definite winner for this Round: Reds
Friday Night Game
City v Phoenix
Both teams lost three-nil in their round four clashes; what that means is City and Phoenix have a point to prove in tonight’s contest. Both teams are level on four points apiece. I’m sensing an upset in this one.
City Game Changer: Richard de Laet
Phoenix Game Changer: Alex Rufer
My Prediction: Phoenix
Saturday Night Games
Wanderers v Roar
The Wanderers had a comfortable victory over Phoenix in Round 3, while the Roar were beaten two-one by the Glory. I think that the Wanderers will collect the three points in this contest.
Wanderers Game Changer: Tarek Elrich
Roar Game Changer: Thomas Kristensen
My Prediction: Wanderers
Jets v Sky Blues
The Jets are in desperate need of a win as they failed to win their first three games of the season, but I still think that it isn’t all doom and gloom for them. The Sky Blues were comfortable winners against City last weekend. It should be a cracking contest, I think the Jets will claim the three points on offer.
Jets Game Changer: Dimitri Petratos
Sky Blues Game Changer: Paulo Retre
My Prediction: Jets
Reds v Glory
The Reds and the Glory are third and second respectively on the A-Leauge ladder after 3 rounds, with both teams undefeated. This game features the best two coaches in the A-League at this present point in time.
Reds Game Changer: Ryan Kitto
Glory Game Changer: Christopher Ikonodmidis
My Prediction: Reds
Victory v Mariners
This should be an interesting clash with both sides involved currently sitting outside the top six. I’m sensing an upset in this one.
Victory Game Changer: Kosta Barbarouses
Mariners Game Changer: Matt Simon
My Prediction: Mariners