SYW Vs MLV Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Wanderers and Melbourne Victory finally see their torrid seasons come to an end today
Western Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne Victory will be finally glad that the two club’s wish is being accorded today. The last two weeks have seen either side ardently pray for an early closure of the league stage encounters, a narrative which would see their quagmire finally curb.
In the trenches of the points tally, either side saw its sortie be rendered obsolete after only the first week of the league’s resumption. With either side embarking on a string of defeats, the distance between them and the top 6 grew larger with each passing gameweek, a deficit neither side looked to make up for at any time.
While Western Sydney Wanderers still managed to spark a glimmer of interest with a couple of unbeaten results, Melbourne Victory didn’t even manage to do that. Prior to their last encounter, the side was on a four match losing spin, results which see them sitting in 10th spot with a measly 6 wins and 23 points to their name.
SYW Vs MLV Dream11 Probable Winner
The last two defeats were calamitous results for WS Wanderers. After punching above their weight since the league’s resort, the side finally reverted to its usual manner to be resigned to failing to make the cut into the quarter-finals.
However, the 5-3 defeat the last time around showed that WS Wanderers can score when they want. And with Melbourne Victory going onto score the four goals the last time around as well, this will be a goal scoring bonanza, one where either two sides with nothing to lose go berserk.
These set of events are set to favour WS Wandered with the side managing to score the all important goal.
Probable Playing 11
Western Sydney Wanderers
D Lopar, M Jurman, D McGowan, P Ziegler, D Georgievski, J O’Doherty, K Baccus, T Russell, K Yeboah, M Duke, S Cox
Lawrence Thomas, James Donachie, Tim Hoogland, Giancarlo Gallifuoco, Jakob Poulsen, Migjen Basha, Adama Traore, Andrew Nabbout, Kruse, Marcos Rojas, Elvis Kamsoba
Match: WS Wanderers Vs Melbourne Victory
Date And Time: 12th August, Wednesday- 3:40pm IST
Venue: Bankwest Stadium, Sydney
Telecast: My Football Live
Western Sydney Wanderers
- Duke: 14 Goals
- Toivonen: 10 Goals
Western United Vs WS Wanderers: 5-3
Perth Glory Vs Melbourne Victory: 0-4
Dream 11 Picks
SYW Vs MLV Dream11 Goal-Keeper
While all eyes were peeled on the side’s attack the last time around, the work put in by Matt Acton didn’t go unnoticed either. The Melbourne Victory goal-keeper worked in the backdrop but his performance was a worldclass one as he rang a cleansheet for the club, one which helped his side register its first win in five matches.
SYW Vs MLV Dream11 Defenders
With these being two sides who have shipped in a torrid 81 goals in 50 encounters, a cleansheet is the last thing which is going to come out of the day’s clash. The second outing of this Wednesday with be a tie riddled with goals, a narrative which sees only the meagre three defenders line up this docket.
And all the picks are from WS Wanderers with the side holding the slightest of edge in the backline. They have gone onto concede three goals lesser to their opponents, a number which pushed us towards this triad from the club.
The trivalent comprises of Daniel Georgievski, Dylan McGowan and Patrick Ziegler from the 9th placed side.
SYW Vs MLV Dream11 Midfielders
Scoring twice in his side’s bygone contest, Marco Rojas’ astounding attacking display was responsible for his side finally snapping their four match losing spin. The player did what few players have managed to do for the club since the league’s return with his succulent display seeing him take control of his side’s attacking docket.
Birkan Kirdar joins him up Leigh Broxham, a resplendent partnership capable of guiding the side to a second win on the bounce. WS Wanderers meanwhile see us opt for the pick of Kwame Yeboah who registered an assist the last time around with the myriad and guile filled Keanu Baccus slotting in next to him.
SYW Vs MLV Dream11 Strikers
Responsible for seven goals and three assists this season, Melbourne Victory’s Andrew Nabbout was at it again the last time around. His goal grew a flicker of a chance in his side the last time around with the player scoring for the second tie on the bounce.
With two goals the last time around, Mitchell Duke showed that his endeavours more often than not translate into match winning performances to see the striker wrap up our side for the day.
Captain And Vice-Captain
His gargantuan 14 goals see Duke captain our side while Rojas is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Acton, Dylan, Daniel, Patrick, Rojas, Yeboah, Baccus, Broxham, Kirdar, Duke, Andrew
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Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.