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MLV vs PG Dream11 Match Prediction A League Dream 11 prediction Captain, Vice-Captain, Key Stats 26 January

By Jeet Ghosh

MLV vs PG Dream11 Prediction: Melbourne Victory will be looking to claim their first A-League win of the 2020-21 campaign when they host Perth Glory on Tuesday. Melbourne Victory suffered a second straight loss to begin their A-League campaign as they were edged by Adelaide United last time out. They now come up against a Perth Glory side with nine goals to their name in their last two matches, although they still somehow failed to lose an enthralling clash with Western United at the weekend. They were on the end of a 5-4 defeat in that clash and will be desperate to respond but with their ability in front of goal evident even just from their opening two matches. Let’s take a look at MLV vs PG Dream11 Team prediction now.

Date: 24th January, Sunday
Time: 1:35 pm IST
Match: Melbourne Victory vs Perth Glory
Place: AAMI Park, Melbourne

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Head to Head (5 Games)
Melbourne Victory wins: 3
Perth Glory wins: 1
Draws: 1

MLV vs PG Dream11 Team Prediction

Melbourne Victory Team News
Melbourne Victory are currently rooted to the bottom of the A-League standings after a dismal start to their campaign. The Melbourne outfit has lost both its matches so far and needs to step up to the plate in this fixture. Melbourne Victory have a slight edge over Perth Glory as far as the head-to-head record is concerned and have won 18 matches.

Injury update, unavailability
The Melbourne outfit has no discernible injury concerns ahead of the game this weekend.

MLV Playing 11 & Subs (probable)
Crocombe; Roux, Shotton, Ryan, Traore; Broxham, Brimmer; McManaman, Butterfield; Kamsoba; Gestede

Subs (probable): Smit, Driouech, Llanez

Perth Glory Team News
Perth Glory, on the other hand, have already been involved in two exhilarating matches this season and will want to have a more comfortable outing this week. The Perth side lost by a 5-4 margin to Western United over the weekend and will want to return to winning ways in this match.

Injury update, unavailability
Perth Glory also have a fully-fit squad going into their second match of the season.

PG Playing 11 & Subs (probable)
Reddy; Rawlins, Lachman, Aspropotamitis, Ingham; D’Agostino, Timmins, Kilkenny; Stynes; Fornaroli, Keogh

Subs (probable): Bakari, Damascanrou, Efmorfidis

MLV vs PG Dream11 Prediction Today Football Match
Fantasy team

Let’s take a look at the MLV vs PG dream 11 prediction for today’s football match

Goalkeeper: Crocombe
Defenders: Traore, Ingham, Aspropotamitis
Midfielders: Armiento, Kilkenny, Broxham, McManaman
Forwards: D’Agostino, Fornali, Kamsoba

Captain Picks

Bruno Fornaroli: Fornaroli has 2 goals and a total of 7 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 37%. He had a total of 11 big chances.

Nicholas D’Agostino: D’Agostino has 3 goals and a total of 12 shots on goals last season. This results in a goal conversion rate of 28.61%. He had a total of 12 big chances.

2 GL captain options

Andy Keogh: Keogh has 2 goals and a total of 9 shots on goals last season. This results in a goal conversion rate of 39.67%. He had a total of 8 big chances.

Diego Castro: Castro has total of 3 goals and a total of 7 shots on goals. He has a goal conversion rate of 31.32%. He had a total of 4 big chances.

Who will win MLV vs PG Today Match Prediction Football

Both sides will believe they have what it takes to claim all three points on Tuesday and even though Glory have shipped plenty of goals in the past week, they have the firepower up front that should be enough to see them outscore their opponents, bringing an end to their winless run against the hosts. At the end, we predict a 2-1 win for the away side in MLV vs PG today match prediction.

Jeet Ghosh

Jeet Ghosh is a Football Journalist, living and working in Kolkata with years of experience. He is a Post Graduate in Journalism and Mass Communication from Jadavpur University. Jeet is a sports lover but has a special liking for football. He has worked as a football writer with The Citizen, Sportsflashes, Sportskeeda. He follows the football leagues around the world and is somewhat partial towards Real Madrid.