Match Time:3/21/2020 16:30 Saturday（GMT+8）
WS Wanderers: Average side (Recent Form: DLWWDW)
WS Wanderers are on 8th place in Australian A-League with 25 points. The team is in decent shape – 2 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss in last 5. WS Wanderers host Sydney FC on Saturday. “It’s a Derby and it doesn’t matter if we are playing in front of zero people or 28,000, we understand our responsibility is to represent the region and the fans. We want to make sure the fans are happy after the game and that is a privileged position to be in and that’s our responsibility. We are professional people and we understand the circumstances and also understand what is on the line. The game starts and you are fully focused. We have the game plan we want to implement and the players will be executing it to the best of their ability,” said coach Jean-Paul de Marigny.
Sydney FC: The leaders (Recent Form: DWDLWL)
Sydney FC sit top in the standings with 47 points. They are currently 10 points ahead of 2nd Melbourne City, with 2 games in hand. Now it’s time for an away encounter. “The only games we’ve really had behind closed doors are the first friendly or a training match. There’s going to be a strange feeling to it but the whole football community will be watching on. We’re one of the few leagues carrying on so it’s on us to put on a good show. It’s a great opportunity to garner interest in the league, put on a great show and drum up even more fans for the clubs and the league itself. It’s great for us because a lot more people will be watching,” said Adam Le Fondre.
THE BETTING VERDICT:
Summing up, it looks like this might be a low-scoring clash. There are usually less goals in games played behind closed doors so perhaps there won’t be much action in this outing.
WS Wanderers VS Sydney FC
O/U Pick: under 2.75 goals