SYW vs SYD Dream11 Match Preview: League Leaders Sydney FC will lock horns with local rivals Western Sydney Wanderers FC in an away game in the Sydney derby at Bankwest Stadium on Friday. Sydney FC has been the team to beat this season. Not only they are leading the table, but are just three wins away from bagging the league as they’ve got a seven-point cushion to second-placed Melbourne City FC. Western Sydney FC, on the other hand, are down at 8th and are only two points away from the top-six, as they look to conclude the season on a high.
Date- Saturday, March 21
Kick-Off- 2:00 PM (IST)
Venue- Bankwest Stadium
Western Sydney Wanderers
Pirmin Schwegler is suspended for this game due to the accumulation of bookings. That being said,Nick Sullivanor Kosta Grozos could be deputized ahead in this game. The hosts also haveVedran Janjetovic, Daniel Wilmering and Radoslaw Majewski ruled out due to injuries. Head coach Jean-Paul de Marigny has rung few changes to his matchday squad for this game. Oliver Kalac has been left out while Daniel Georgievski and Patrick Ziegler both return from suspension. The likes of Bruce Kamau, Keanu Baccus, Kwame Yeboah, and Tristan Prendergast have all earned a recall.
No injuries to concern for the visitors. Michael Zullo and Chris Zuvela both are in contention of getting starts in the game. Luke Ivanovic has been left out of the squad. Adam le Fonte, Kosta Barbarouses, Milos Ninkovic and Anthony Caceres are some of the front line first-team performers and should retain their spots in the starting lineup.
Western Sydney Wanderers FC (Expected Playing 11)- Daniel Lopar (GK), Trent Buhagiar, Matthew Jurman, Dylan McGowan, Patrick Ziegler, Bruce Kamau, Nick Sullivan, Pirmin Schwegler, Nicolai Müller, Mitchell Duke, Simon Cox
Sydney FC (Expected Playing 11)- Redmayne (GK), J. King, A. Wilkinson, R. McGowan, R. Grant, P. Retre, L. Brattan, M. Ninkovic, A. Caceres, K. Barbarouses, A. Le Fondre
Adam le Fondre has been one of the standouts of the season for Sydney FC. The veteran centre-forward has 16 goals from 19 appearances this season and can earn maximum points for the user in the Dream11 Match Prediction side.
Mitchell Duke can pack a punch while leading the line of attack for Western Sydney Wanderers. Duke has bagged 11 goals from 20 games this season and could earn the user a decent amount of points in the today match prediction side.
Nicolai Muller could come in handy for the Western Sydney Wanderers in midfield. Muller has five goals from 17 appearances this season so far.
Kosta Barbarouses has also proved to be lethal at times for Sydney FC. Barbarouses has eight goals from 19 games this season for his side.
Considering Sydney FC’s rampant form, they should be starting in as the favourites.
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