Melbourne Victory vs Western United prediction, preview, team news and more

The A-League is back in the fold with the second leg semi-final this weekend when Western United take on Melbourne Victory on Saturday. Melbourne Victory took a narrow win in the first leg and will want to get the job done this week.

Western United finished third in the A-League standings and have moved up to third this season. The away team has been on a slump in recent weeks and will need to bounce back this weekend.

On the other hand, Melbourne Victory is in 2nd place on the table and has improved after the recent series of bad matches. The hosts have suffered from a number of defensive problems in recent weeks and will need to show a strong front in this game.

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Head-to-head record of Melbourne Victory vs Western United

Western United and Melbourne Victory are equal in head-to-head record and have won 4 of the 10 matches played between the two sides.

The previous meeting between the two teams took place in the first leg and ended with a 1-0 victory in favor of Melbourne Victory. Western United wasted game day and will need more checkups this weekend.

A guide to the form of Melbourne Victory in the A-League: WWWDW

Guide to Western United’s A-League squad: LLDLW


Melbourne Victory vs Western United Team News

Melbourne Victory has some injury concerns
Melbourne Victory has some injury concerns

Melbourne Victory

Robbie Kruse is currently injured and will be out for the rest of the season. Matt Action and Matt Spiranovic have completed their rehabilitation and will be joining the squad.

Injured: Robbie Kruse

Suspect: Not available

Prohibit: Not available

Western United has a point to prove
Western United has a point to prove

Western United

Nikolai Topor-Stanley and Alessandro Diamanti are injured and will not feature in the squad for this week’s match. Josh Risdon has recovered from his injury and will be available for selection.

Injured: Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Alessandro Diamanti

Suspect: Not available

Prohibit: Not available


Melbourne Victory vs Western United is predicted XI

Melbourne XI win prediction (4-2-3-1): Ivan Kelava; Jason Davidson, Brendan Hamill, Matthew Spiranovic, Jason Geria; Joshua Brilliante, Jay Barnett; Ben Folami, Jake Brimmer, Marco Rojas; Nicholas D’Agostino

Western United XI’s predicted lineup (4-2-3-1): Jamie Young; Ben Garuccio, Leo Lacroix, Josh Risdon, Tomoki Imai; Steven Lustica, Rene Krhin; Dylan Wenzel-Halls, Adisu Bayew, Lachlan Wales; Alexander Prijovic


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Melbourne Victory vs Western United Prediction

Melbourne Victory is in impressive form since the beginning of the year and is unbeaten in the last 7 matches. Servers have an overall marginal deficit and will need to watch out for a nasty one.

Western United have been struggling this month and have some issues to deal with ahead of this game. However, Melbourne Victory is in better form so they can win this match.

Guess: Win over Melbourne 2-1 Western United


Edited by Aditya Hosangadi

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