Perth Glory - Melbourne Victory Prediction, Picks and Taips
Perth Glory and Melbourne Victory meet, in a match for the 25th round of the League A. In the last head-to-head for this edition of the league, on 01‑02‑2020, the two teams tied (2‑2). Contrary to what would be expected, the record of recent head-to-head matches is favorable to Melbourne Victory, who in the last 13 matches won 7, tied 2 and lost 4. Melbourne Victory presents considerable differences in their results at home and away, so in this game the home factor may be decisive.
The home team is currently in 5th position, with 31 points won, after 8 wins, 7 draws and 5 losses. In the penultimate match, they lost at home to Melbourne City by (2‑3). In the last match, they tied in an away match against Sydney, by (0‑0). This is a team little affected by the home factor, that is, it presents similar results at home and away, since in the last 30 games it has registered 5 wins, 5 draws and 5 losses as a visitor, with 15 goals scored and 11 suffered; against 7 victories, 5 draws and 3 defeats in his stadium, with 33 goals scored and 17 suffered. For the championship, Perth Glory won 14 points out of 27 possible, after 4 wins, 2 draws and 3 losses in the last 9 games played at their stadium. His offense has scored consistently, as he has scored goals in 8 of the last 10 matches for this competition. In their home matches there is a tendency for goals, since 7 of their last 9 matches for this competition have ended with Over 2,5 goals. In 20 games in this competition, he never got the comeback in the 8 games in which he suffered the first goal. There is 1 period that stands out in the last 11 home matches for all competitions: they have scored 8 of their 22 goals between minutes (31' ‑ 45 ').
Perth Glory is fifth in the league table, with 37 points added, giving an advantage of six points over Newcastle Jets, the first team outside the access zone to the play-offs and seven of Western United, which he has two less played games and is still fighting for qualification. After adding two consecutive defeats to Wellington Phoenix (1-2) and Adelaide United (5-3), coach Anthony Popovic's team returned to victories last Tuesday, when they beat Western Sydney Wanderers 1-3. Franjic (60 '), Kilkenny (78') and Meredith (86 ') scored the goals for Perth, in a mostly balanced game, but with a slight dominance in the decisive stages by Popovic.
The visiting team is currently in 10th position, with 20 points won, after 5 wins, 5 draws and 11 losses. In the penultimate match, they lost at home to Sydney by (1‑4). In the last match, they lost in an away match against Wellington Phoenix, by (3‑0). This is a stronger team with the support of its fans, since in the last 30 games it has registered 4 wins, 2 draws and 9 losses as a visitor; against 7 wins, 4 draws and 4 losses in his stadium. For the championship, Melbourne Victory won 5 points out of a possible 30, after 1 victory, 2 draws and 7 losses in the last 10 away games.
For this competition, they have not won any of the last 6 away matches. In their home league matches the most frequent final result at half ‑ time was 1‑0 (4 out of 11 matches). The team allowed goals to the opponent in 9 of the last 10 matches, so it has not had great defensive strength, but its attack has marked regularly, since it has scored goals in 7 of the last 10 matches for this competition. In 21 games in this competition, he only managed 1 comeback in the 9 games in which he suffered the first goal.
Melbourne Victory are on a campaign to forget in 2019/20 and come into this penultimate A-League game in 10th and penultimate place overall, with just 20 points from 24 matches, putting them 14 points behind for the first place of access to the champion's qualification play-offs, the team's main objective at the beginning of the season. Last Monday, coach Grant Brebner's team added the fifth consecutive loss, the third after the restart of the competition, against the last classified, the Central Coast Mariners, by 2-3. Rojas (22 ') put Melbourne Victory ahead on the scoreboard in the first half and also scored the 2x1, after the tying goal suffered at 48'. But in the final part of the game, at 85 'and 89', the Melbourne team would concede the two goals of the rival's comeback.
Our recommendation tip for Perth Glory - Melbourne Victory : Perth Glory to win @ 1.60