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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Central Coast Mariners: A-League live scores

6th April, 2021
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Western Sydney Wanderers FC

2

Match Complete

Central Coast Mariners

2

97
WSWFC2 : 2CCM

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6th April, 2021
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Western Sydney Wanderers FC

2

Match Complete

Central Coast Mariners

2

83'O. Bozanic
B. Kamau78'
B. Kamau74'
27'R. Tongyik
22'M. Simon

16
Shots
16
7
On Target
4
11
Fouls
7
2
Corners
8
3
Offsides
0
0
Red Cards
0
0
Yellow Cards
1

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Two sides near the top of the table – the Western Sydney Wanderers and Central Coast Mariners – go head-to-head in Tuesday night action. Stay up to date with their A-League clash with live scores on The Roar from 7:05pm (AEST).

The Wanderers had a golden opportunity to move further up the ladder on the weekend, but could only manage a 1-1 draw with Brisbane Roar. Western Sydney are now within reach of the four sides snapping at their heels, but are also just six points off first place – meaning a win tonight would be monumental and a loss potentially deadly.

Central Coast rebounded from their mini-slump with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Adelaide United on Thursday night. The ladder-leading Mariners look destined to be overtaken by Melbourne City in the near future, but will still view tonight’s contest as a big opportunity to reaffirm themselves as genuine contenders.

Game information

Kick-off time: 7:05pm (AEST)
Venue: Bankwest Stadium, Sydney
TV: Fox Sports
Live stream: Kayo Sports, Foxtel Now, Foxtel Go, MyFootball Live app
Betting: Wanderers $2.28, Mariners $2.78, draw $3.60 (odds via PlayUp)

Squads

Western Sydney Wanderers
Ziggy Gordon, Dylan McGowan (c), Daniel Georgiesvki, Tass Mourdoukoutas, Bruce Kamau, Jordan O’Doherty, Bernie Ibini, Simon Cox, Kwame Yeboah, Mitchell Duke, Tate Russell, James Troisi, Keanu Baccus, Graham Dorrans, Jordan Mutch, Vedran Janjetovic, Kosta Grozos, Anthony Lesiotis, Phillip Cancar, Jarrod Carluccio, Nicolai Muller, Daniel Wilmering, Daniel Margush, Mark Natta, Patrick Ziegler, Alessandro Lopane, Thomas Aquilina, Noah James, Oliver Kalac, Mohamed Al-Taay

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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