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NJ vs MAC Dream11 Match Prediction A League Dream 11 prediction Captain, Vice-Captain, Key Stats 17 January

By Jeet Ghosh

NJ vs MAC Dream11 Prediction: Newcastle Jets host Macarthur in the Australian A-League on Sunday morning. Newcastle Jets lost for the second game in succession to begin their A-League campaign and they will be desperate to at least pick up their first point as they host Macarthur. The visitors collected their fourth point from a possible nine as they played out a draw with Wellington Phoenix in their latest contest. The expansion side have done a solid job since their introduction and with the Jets yet to get off the mark, they can capitalise to add at least another point to their tally. Let’s take a look at NJ vs MAC Dream11 Team prediction now.

Date: 17th January, Sunday
Time: 10:35 am IST
Match: Newcastle Jets vs Macarthur
Place: McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle

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Head to Head (5 Games)
Macarthur will play its first-ever match against Newcastle Jets and will want to get their head-to-head record off to a positive start.

NJ vs MAC Dream11 Team Prediction

Newcastle Jets Team News
Newcastle Jets have endured a dismal start to their A-League campaign and have lost their first two games of the new season. The Jets find themselves rooted to the bottom of the table at the moment and cannot afford to drop points in this match.

Injury update, unavailability
Newcastle Jets will have to do without Ben Kantarovski and John Koutroumbis going into this game.

NJ Playing 11 & Subs (probable)
Duncan; Boogaard, Topor-Stanley, Jackson; O’Toole, Ugarkovic, Petratos, Thurgate; Najjarine, O’Donovan, Yuel

Subs (probable): Smit, Driouech, Llanez

Macarthur Team News
Macarthur FC, on the other hand, have picked up a draw, a victory, and a defeat from their first three games in the A-League and are currently in an impressive third place in the league standings. The A-League’s new entrants have plenty of work to do against the top-flight’s seasoned campaigners this season.

Injury update, unavailability
Macarthur FC have a fully-fit squad going into this match and will look to seize the initiative against Newcastle Jets

MAC Playing 11 & Subs (probable)
Federici; Meredith, Susnjar, Jovanovic, Franjic; Milligan, Genreau; Najjar, Etxebarria, Susaeta; Derbyshire

Subs (probable): Bakari, Damascanrou, Efmorfidis

NJ vs MAC Dream11 Prediction Today Football Match
Fantasy team

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

Goalkeeper: Federici
Defenders: Susnjar, Milligan, Boogaard, Topor-Stanley
Midfielders: Genreau, Benat, Najjarine, Ugarkovic
Forwards: Susaeta, Petratos

Captain Picks

Markel Susaeta: Susaeta has 1 goal and a total of 7 shots on goals last season. This results in a goal conversion rate of 27%. He had a total of 11 big chances.

Kosta Petratos: Petratos has 1 goal and a total of 11 shots on goals last season. This results in a goal conversion rate of 14.61%. He had a total of 9 big chances.

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Steven Ugarkovic: Ugarkovic has 4 goals and a total of 10 shots on goals last season. This results in a goal conversion rate of 25.67%. He had a total of 8 big chances.

Mark Milligan: Milligan has total of 1 goals and a total of 4 shots on goals. He has a goal conversion rate of 21.32%. He had a total of 4 big chances.

Who will win NJ vs MAC Today Match Prediction Football

Despite Macarthur being the new boys on the block, we fancy them to see off the Jets and claim the three points in what is just their second A-League away game. The Bulls have an especially strong midfield, and they should have too much quality for a stuttering Newcastle team. At the end, we predict a 2-0 win for the away side in NJ vs MAC 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.