Perth Glory vs Brisbane Roar Match Analysis & Prediction
10/01/2023 2:30 pm
Perth Glory play host to Brisbane Roar on Tuesday looking for a victory that will move them off the bottom of the A-League standings.
Despite seven places separating the sides, the hosts will cut the gap to fifth-placed Brisbane to two points with a victory, while the visitors are looking to move into third place.
Perth Glory have picked up seven points from their last five matches since they were beaten 4-0 by Melbourne City in the final game before the World Cup.
The second of their recent victories came at the weekend as they claimed a 1-0 win over third-placed Western Sydney Wanderers, Keegan Jelacic scoring the only goal of the game.
Although that win was not enough to move Ruben Zadkovich’s side out of 12th place, they now sit level on points with Melbourne Victory and will move into ninth with another victory on Tuesday.
While Glory are currently on a high, the same can be said of their opponents, who are unbeaten in their eight most recent matches, five of which have ended in draws.
Since returning back to action, Brisbane Roar’s five matches have not featured more than two goals, their two victories coming by a 1-0 scoreline and three draws all being 1-1.
Last time out, a second-half goal from Jay O’Shea proved to be the difference as Warren Moon’s side battled their way to victory at Melbourne Victory.
Perth Glory vs. Brisbane Roar Head to head
In the previous 52 meetings between these two sides, Perth Glory have claimed 15 victories while Brisbane Roar have won 26, and they have drawn in 11. Brisbane Roar have scored 92 goals and conceded 75 in the process.
26/02/2021Perth Glory3Brisbane Roar1A-League
02/06/2021Brisbane Roar2Perth Glory1A-League
19/01/2022Brisbane Roar1Perth Glory0A-League
20/02/2022Perth Glory2Brisbane Roar0A-League
19/03/2022Perth Glory1Brisbane Roar4A-League
Perth Glory Team News
Perth Glory are expected to to make at least two changes with Salim Khelifi suffering a groin injury in the win over Western Sydney Wanderers.
Joseph Forde replaced him on that occasion, and Luke Bodnar also needed to be withdrawn with his spot being taken by Zachary Duncan.
Perth Glory 's Last 5 Matches
10/12/2022Perth Glory2Western United1A-League
23/12/2022Perth Glory1Wellington Phoenix1A-League
02/01/2023Adelaide United2Perth Glory0A-League
06/01/2023Perth Glory1Western Sydney Wanderers0A-League
Brisbane Roar Team News
Barring any injury issues, Moon could not make changes to his Brisbane Roar XI, with just one change being made before the final five minutes at Melbourne Victory.
With Charlie Austin having recently departed the club after seven starts, Nikola Mileusnic and Carlo Armiento should retain their spots in attack.
Brisbane Roar's Last 5 Matches
09/12/2022Brisbane Roar1Adelaide United1A-League
16/12/2022Newcastle Jets0Brisbane Roar1A-League
23/12/2022Brisbane Roar1Western Sydney Wanderers1A-League
30/12/2022Western United1Brisbane Roar1A-League
06/01/2023Melbourne Victory0Brisbane Roar1A-League
Perth Glory vs. Brisbane Roar: Odds and Predictions
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