A-League, Round 23 My Predicted Team of the Week (Remembering Western United are the Team with the Bye)
Andrew Redmayne, Rhyan Grant, Luke DeVere, Ryan McGowan, Liberato Cacace, Aiden O’Neill, Paulo Retre, Steven Ugarkovic, Scott McDonald, Roy O’Donovan, Craig Noone
Andrew Redmayne (Goalkeeper- Sydney FC)- Redmayne will need to be at his best if Sydney FC are to be Perth Glory and expect him to do so.
Rhyan Grant (Right Back- Sydney FC)- Rhyan Grant was outstanding in Round 22 and expect him to replicate that form in Round 23 against the Perth Glory.
Luke DeVere (Centre Back- Wellington Phoenix)- DeVere has been a revelation, as his Round 22 display showed.
Ryan McGowan (Centre Back- Sydney FC)- Ryan McGowan will be at his best curtailing the influence of Bruno Fornaroli in particular.
Liberato Cacace (Left Back- Wellington Phoenix)- Cacace continues to prove that he has the capability of playing in Europe and Round 23 should show why, as he is a quality player.
Aiden O’Neill (Centre Midfield- Brisbane Roar)- Aiden O’Neill could prove why he could play at a higher level as he is a quality in Round 23.
Paulo Retre (Centre Midfield- Sydney FC)- Retre has cemented his spot in the centre of midfield for Sydney FC.
Steven Ugarkovic (Centre Midfield- Newcastle Jets)- Ugarkovic should benefit from the Newcastle Jets having the bye in Round 22 as he has a high work rate and is arguably one of the top performers in the centre of midfield in the A-League.
Scott McDonald (Striker- Brisbane Roar)- McDonald scored a brace in Round 22, it wouldn’t be a surprise if he is on the scoresheet once again in Round 23.
Roy O’Donovan (Striker- Newcastle Jets)- O’Donovan has already scored a couple of goals since he signed with the Newcastle Jets; expect him to score again in Round 23.
Craig Noone (Striker- Melbourne City)- Noone will show what a quality player he is against the Western Sydney Wanderers on Saturday night.