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Central Coast Mariners
Central Coast Mariners
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It’s first versus tenth in Gosford for the final game of Round 24, as the Central Coast Mariners host the Perth Glory. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 7pm (AEST).
Central Coast’s good start under new manager Alen Stajcic came to an abrupt end last week with a 1-0 loss against Adelaide United.
Perth will be looking to atone for the frustrating 2-0 loss to Melbourne Victory last week.
The goal remains for the Mariners to get off the bottom of the table – and after Brisbane’s loss to City on Friday, a win can take them within three points of achieving that.
Central Coast will be without Turkish midfielder Jem Karacan as he serves his one-match ban for picking up two yellows last week. One of Mario Shabow or Sam Graham will come into the squad to replace him.
Perth meanwhile will welcome back central defender Matthew Spiranovic from injury.
Perth are going to be cross after last week. The Mariners are going to be the hapless punching bags that Perth can take their anger out on.
One would imagine that Andy Keogh comes back in to solve the wastefulness in front of goal that plagued them against Victory.
Central Coast Mariners 0 – 4 Perth Glory
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Where: Central Coast Stadium, Gosford
When: Sunday, 7th April 2019, 7:00pm (AEDT)
TV: Fox Sports 505, MyFootball Live App
Referee: Daniel Elder
Assistant Referee 1: Owen Goldrick
Assistant Referee 2: Scott Edeling
Fourth Official: Ben Abraham
VAR: Kris Griffiths-Jones
Central Coast Mariners squad
1.Ben Kennedy, 2.Jonathan Aspropotamitis, 3.Jack Clisby, 6, Tom Hiariej, 7.Andrew Hoole, 8.Michael McGlinchey, 11.Connor Pain, 12. Adam Pearce, 13.Aiden O’Neill, 15.Kye Rowles, 18.Matt Millar, 19.Matt Simon (c), 22.Jacob Melling, 23.Mario Shabow, 25.Jordan Murray, 28.Sam Graham, 29.Stephen Mallon.
Perth Glory squad
1.Tando Velaphi, 3.Jason Davidson, 4.Shane Lowry, 5.Ivan Franjic, 6.Dino Djulbic, 7.Joel Chianese, 9.Andy Keogh, 11.Brendon Santalab, 13.Matthew Spiranovic, 16.Tomislav Mrcela, 17.Diego Castro, 19.Chris Ikonomidis, 20.Jake Brimmer, 22.Fabio Ferreira, 23.Scott Neville, 27.Juande, 33.Liam Reddy, 88.Neil Kilkenny