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Western Sydney Wanderers will be at Campbelltown Stadium on Sunday for the A-League meeting with home team Macarthur FC.
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Macarthur FC will be looking for an improved result here after the 0-1 A-League loss in their previous game against Western Sydney Wanderers.
In that game, Macarthur FC managed 47% possession and 2 attempts at goal with 0 on target. Western Sydney Wanderers got 3 attempts at goal with 2 on target. Jarrod Carluccio (10') was the scorer for Western Sydney Wanderers.
Matches featuring Macarthur FC have often been entertaining affairs of late with high scoring the rule rather than the exception. Over their past six clashes, the sum of 20 goals have flown in for both teams combined (at an average of 3.33 goals per game) with 7 of those accredited to Macarthur FC.
Coming into this clash, Macarthur FC haven’t won at home in the past 2 league matches.
Western Sydney Wanderers
The stats don’t lie, and Western Sydney Wanderers have been scored against in 6 of their last 6 games, letting opponents get 9 goals overall. At the back, Western Sydney Wanderers could really do with shoring things up. Such a trend isn’t assured to be carried forward into this match, of course.
Head to head
The previous league meeting between these sides was A-League match day 18 on 12/03/2022 which ended up with the score at Macarthur FC 3-1 Western Sydney Wanderers.
That day, Macarthur FC had 36% possession and 8 attempts on goal with 4 of them on target. Goals were scored by Craig Noone (8') and Ulises Dávila (73', 98').
On the other side, Western Sydney Wanderers had 12 shots at goal with 1 on target. Terry Antonis (80') was the scorer.
The match was refereed by Adam Kersey.
Team News: Macarthur FC
The Macarthur FC boss Ante Miličić has zero fitness concerns at all ahead of this clash with a completely injury-free squad available for selection.
We are thinking that Macarthur FC will probably use the 4-3-3 system, handing starts to Filip Kurto, Jake McGing, Adrian Mariappa, Aleksandar Susnjar, James Meredith, Daniel De Silva, C. William M'Mombwa, Tomislav Uskok, Ulises Davila, Alhassan Toure and Jordon Mutch.
Team News: Western Sydney Wanderers
Thanks to a mainly available group of players, there is only the lone fitness worry for the Western Sydney Wanderers gaffer Mark Rudan to be concerned about. Rhys Williams (Hamstring Injury) won’t be playing here.
There’s a good chance that The Wanderers seem most likely to elect for a 4-4-2 system, starting the game with Tomas Mejias, Jarrod Carluccio, Mark Natta, Johnny Koutroumbis, Ziggy Gordon, Tass Mourdoukoutas, Terry Antonis, Tate Russell, Alessandro Lopane, Dimitri Petratos and Bernie Ibini-Isei.
We’re inclined to think that Western Sydney Wanderers and Macarthur FC could both find goals hard to come by here.
That’s why we have predicted a tight encounter, finishing with a 0-0 score at the end of the 90.
Our expert partners are tipping under 3.5 goals for this match. Check out their VIP predictions here.
🏟️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Campbelltown Stadium (20,000)
Captain: Ulises Dávila
Chairman: Gino Marra
Manager: Ante Miličić
Competitions: A-League position 7
⭐ Star Player: Lachlan Rose
Generally taking up the Right Wing position, Lachlan Rose was born in Australia. After having made a senior debut playing for Macarthur FC in the 2020 - 2021 season, the goalscoring Forward has struck 4 league goals in this A-League Men 2021 - 2022 season to date in a total of 24 appearances.