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SYW W vs BRB Dream11 Match Prediction Australian W League Dream 11 prediction Captain, Vice-Captain, 11 February

By Anurag Tyagi
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SYW W vs BRB Dream11 Prediction: Western Sydney Wanderers will have their task cut out in their next home game as an in-form Brisbane Roar pay them a visit for an Australian W League fixture at Club Marconi on Thursday. Let’s take a look at SYW W vs BRB Dream11 Team prediction now. Western Sydney have won just once in the first six rounds, losing four times during that dwindling run. They are struggling, no doubt, and could do with a win in this game. But that’s easier said than done, as Brisbane are red-hot, aiming for the summit, and are in an imperious form.


SYW W vs BRB Dream11 Team Fixtures:
Date: 11 February
Time: 1:35 PM IST
Match: Western Sydney Wanderers Women vs Brisbane Roar
Place: Club Marconi
Australian W League Table: Western Sydney Wanderers Women are second from bottom, while Brisbane Roar are the third-best team in W League at the moment.


Recent Fom:
SYW W: W L L L D
BRB: D D D W W
Australian W League Results: Western Sydney failed to win in any of their last four league games, earning only one point during that run, while Brisbane are still undefeated, winning the last two games.


SYW W vs BRB Dream11 Team Prediction

Western Sydney Wanderers Women Team News

Injury update, unavailability: No issues for the home team ahead of this game with all the players available for selection. If a change happens, if will most probably come out of the head coach’s books.

SYW W Playing 11 & Subs (probable)
S Willacy (GK), D Matos, N Orgill, C Cooper, C Nevin, L Copus-Brown, J Russell, C Middleton, S Hunter, G Yeoman-Dale, L Khamis

Subs (probable): Bryleeh Flo Henry, Rosie Galea, Teigan Collister


Brisbane Roar Team News

Injury update, unavailability

Rosie Sutton is recovering from a knee injury and won’t be involved in this game.
Katrina Gorry is also down and out with an injury and hasn’t been picked up for this game.
But new signing Larissa Crummer has been selected for this round, which means, she could ba handed her debut against Sydney.
Brisbane Roar Squad For This Match:
Georgina Worth, Kaitlyn Torpey, Clare Polkinghorne, Winonah Heatley, Kim Carroll, Mariel Hecher, Sharn Freier, Larissa Crummer, Tameka Yallop, Leticia McKenna, Emily Gielnik, Jamilla Rankin, Rebekah Horsey, Morgan Aquino, Anna Margraf, Isobel Dalton, Olivia Chance

BRB Playing 11 & Subs (probable)
G Worth (GK), J. S. Rankin, K Carroll, C Polkinghorne, W Heatley, I Dalton, O Chance, E Gielnik, S Freier, M Hecher, T Butt

Subs (probable): Kaitlyn Torpey, Leticia McKenna, Anna Margraf


SYW W vs BRB Dream11 Prediction Today Football Match

Fantasy team

Let’s take a look at the SYW W vs BRB dream 11 prediction for today’s football match

Goalkeeper: Willacy
Defenders: Heatley, Carroll, Rankin
Midfielders: Dalton, Freier, Hecher (C), Yeoman-Dale, Hunter
Forwards: Gielnik (VC), Khamis


Australian W League Dream11 Team:

Captain Picks

  • Mariel Hecher: The form she is in at the moment, she can’t be ignored for the captain option in this Dream11 Australian W League match.
  • Emily Gielnik: She can also make the most telling difference in this game due to the form she is in at the moment.

2 GL captain options

  • Sarah Hunter: The way she played in the last game, scoring twice for Sydney Wanderers Women, she is just too good an option to overlook in this Dream11 fantasy football match.
  • Yeoman-Dale: Can play in a variety of roles.

Who will win SYW W vs BRB Today Match Prediction Football

Western Sydney Wanderers Women have to improve if they are to remain relevant this season. So far, they have struggled, down and out on the wrong side of the table. Brisbane Roar are a completely different team in that regard, winning games and in contention for the ultimate thing. So in some sense, that’s an easy call. So in our SYW W vs BRB today match prediction we back Roar to win this game against Sydney.

Anurag Tyagi

Surely into football, kicked it for a while, and now beholding! Follows American sports, especially the NBA. And I believe Stephen Curry is under-rated as was Steven Gerrard.