A-League - Round 15 Preview

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TattsBet football expert James 'Hamez' Clark previews Round 15 of the A-League. Image courtesy of threroarrevoew.worldpress.com

Melbourne City A-League Logo

Melbourne City

v

Western Sydney Wanderers


AAMI Park, Melbourne
Sunday, February 01
4.00 PM (AEST)

Western Sydney Wanderers A-League Logo




Remarkably the Wanderers are still searching for their first win of the A-League season despite winning the Asian Champions League title. The most worrying stat for them is that they have the fewest shots on target this season. WSW have just one goal in their last four matches away from home, but will be buoyed in the fact that Melbourne City have never beaten them in the history of the A-League.

I think Melbourne City will be tough to beat at AAMI, but given the desperation in the Wanderers dressing room, Tony Popovic will be hoping his side will be throwing everything at the City defence in a bid to notch their first three points of season 2014-15. With Tomi Juric & Matthew Spiranovic still on Socceroos duty, it could well be beyond them against a City side aiming to consolidate themselves in the top six.

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My Tip: Draw is great value, but check out the 'Double Chance' (WSW-Draw) market

 




Brisbane Roar A-League Logo

Brisbane Roar

v

Wellington Phoenix


Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Monday, February 02
7.00 PM (AEST)


Wellington Phoenix A-League Logo




Some very interesting stats highlight this Monday night clash that sees local football back on the agenda following the unprecedented success of the Asian Cup tournament. The Brisbane Roar are yet to win at home this season and have scored just three goals at the Suncorp Stadium “Cauldron”. Roar pocket rocket Henrique started the season with a flurry of goals, but hasn’t appeared on the scoresheet in his past three matches (Before then, he scored six in the previous six games).

The fourth placed Phoenix have won their last four games in a row, but have never chalked up five on the trot since their inception. Incidentally, the ‘Nix have never won or kept a clean sheet in 11 A-League visits to Suncorp. This promises to be close, but despite the Roar’s poor home record, I think they will get the job done against the impressive Phoenix outfit.

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My Tip: Brisbane Roar (H2H). I've also been impressed by Roly Boevacia who is great value in the '1st goalscorer' and 'To Score a Goal' markets

Go Socceroos!!!!

I’ll be on @tattsbetbrekky every Friday and Monday morning around 7:45am AEST over the course of the entire A-league season with my previews and reviews of every game.






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