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Perth Glory vs Central Coast Mariners

2nd March, 2021
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Perth Glory

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Central Coast Mariners

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2nd March, 2021
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Perth Glory

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Match Complete

Central Coast Mariners

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D. Castro86'
83'A. Kuol
B. Fornaroli65'
40'M. UreA+-a
C. Timmins25'
6'M. Simon

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Shots
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On Target
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12
Fouls
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8
Corners
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1
Offsides
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0
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Yellow Cards
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A mouth-watering match awaits as two contenders in Perth Glory and the Central Coast Mariners go head-to-head at HBF Park. Stay up to date with their A-League clash with live scores on The Roar from 9:20pm (AEDT).

Perth made it three wins a row on Friday night with a comprehensive 3-1 win over Brisbane Roar. The Glory may only sit sixth currently, but that’s a very misleading position given they’ve played just six matches. Should they keep winning as they catch up to their opponents in terms of number of games played, they’re good enough to be a full win clear atop the table.

Occupying first spot now, however, are the surprise-packet Central Coast Mariners. Picked by many as a wooden spoon favourite coming into the season, the Mariners have instead won six of their first nine matches to sit on top of the table. They’ve just started to falter in recent matches, however, making tonight’s match a huge test in their attempts to keep their winning form up.

Game information

Kick-off time: 9:20pm (AEDT)
Venue: HBF Park, Perth
TV: Fox Sports
Live stream: Kayo Sports, Foxtel Now, Foxtel Go, MyFootball Live app
Betting: Glory $1.95, Mariners $3.35, draw $3.70 (odds via PlayUp)

Squads

Perth Glory
Tando Velahpi, Sebastian Langkamp, Jonathan Aspropotamitis, Osama Maliuk, Chris Ikonomidis, Kosuke Ota, Bruno Fornaroli, Andy Keogh, Cameron Cook, Luke Bodnar, Brandon Wilson, Nick Sullivan, Diego Castro (c), Nicholas D’Agostino, Callum Timmins, Carlo Armiento, Bryce Bafford, Joshua Rawlins, Dane Ingham, Daniel Stynes, Nicholas Walsh, Giordano Colli, TrentOstler, Darryl Lachman, Daniel Walsh, Liam Reddy, Mason Tatafu, Riley Warland, Neil Kilkenny

Central Coast Mariners
Mark Birighitti, Lewis Miller, Josh Nisbet, Stefan Nigro, Gianni Stensness, Stefan Jankovic, Oliver Bozanic (c), Daniel De Silva, Jack Clisby, Marco Urena, Daniel Bouman, Kye Rowles, Matt Simon, Adam Perace, Ruon Tongyik, Michael Janota, Daniel Hall, Matthew Hatch, Jaden Casella, Alou Kuol, Jordan Smylie, Damian Tsekenis, Max Balard

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