A-League 2019/20- Round 11 My Predicted Team of the Week

A-League, Round 11 Predicted Team of the Week (Remembering the Brisbane Roar are the Team with the Bye)



Starting 11:

Filip Kurto, Ryan Strain, Luke Devere, Andrew Durante, Liberato Cacace, Josh Brillante, Steven Ugarkovic, Cameron Devlin, Jason Hoffman, Jamie Maclaren, David Ball


Filip Kurto (Goalkeeper- Wellington Phoenix)- Filip Kurto will make important saves to keep his team in the contest against Sydney FC, as it’s a tough game.


Ryan Strain (Right Back- Adelaide United)- Ryan Strain will prove why he is such an important part of the Adelaide United team, with a quality display against the Central Coast Mariners.
Luke Devere (Centre Back- Wellington Phoenix)- Luke Devere will be a pivotal part of the Wellington Phoenix defence curtailing Sydney FC.
Andrew Durante (Centre Back- Western United)- Andrew Durante will display why he has been such a good recruit for Western United.
Liberato Cacace (Left Back- Wellington Phoenix)- Liberato Cacace will make many marauding runs forward against the Western Sydney Wanderers and create many chances for his team to score.


Josh Brillante (Centre Midfield- Melbourne City)- Josh Brillante is nearly Melbourne City’s most important player; if not for Jamie Maclaren.
Steven Ugarkovic (Centre Midfield- Newcastle Jets)- The Newcastle Jets have the capability to beat the Perth Glory and if they do then Steven Ugarkovic will be a pivotal part of that.
Cameron Devlin (Centre Midfield- Wellington Phoenix)- Cameron Devlin got his first opportunity to play ninety minutes in Round 10 in Wellington Phoenix’s scoreless draw with the Melbourne Victory.


Jason Hoffman (Striker- Newcastle Jets)- Jason Hoffman will be extremely pivotal to the Newcastle Jets team if they are to successfully beat the Perth Glory.
Jamie Maclaren (Striker- Melbourne City)- Jamie Maclaren is a pivotal part of the Melbourne City team and should prove why in the Melbourne Derby in Round 11.
David Ball (Striker- Wellington Phoenix)- David Ball will need to score and play well if the Wellington Phoenix are to beat Sydney FC.

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