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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Sydney FC: A-League live scores

1st May, 2021
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Western Sydney Wanderers FC

3

Match Complete

Sydney FC

2

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1st May, 2021
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Western Sydney Wanderers FC

3

Match Complete

Sydney FC

2

94'D. R. D. Silva
S. McDonald74'
J. Troisi61'
47'A. Wilkinson
31'N. L. Brattan
M. Duke30'
26'R. McGowan
M. Duke16'
B. Kamau12'

10
Shots
13
8
On Target
4
13
Fouls
8
2
Corners
7
1
Offsides
2
0
Red Cards
0
2
Yellow Cards
2

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The Western Sydney Wanderers host Sydney FC in a derby that will have a big say in the make-up of the A-League top six. Join The Roar for live scores from 7:10pm (AEST).

Sydney derbies are always spicy and this one will be no exception as both sides attempt to book their spot in the playoff places.

Sydney sit among the logjam of teams trailing Melbourne City and a win here would place them as high as second, while the Wanderers began the weekend in ninth, but could finish it inside the six with three points tonight.

Despite the Sky Blues’ dominance of the A-League over the past five years — and their superior record over Western Sydney in this fixture — Sydney haven’t beaten their arch rivals since 2018.

But against a Wanderers side that hasn’t won in six games, and with a six-game unbeaten run under their belts themselves, Steve Corica’s men will begin favourites to end their derby drought in Parramatta.

Game information

Kick-off time: 7:10pm (AEST)
Venue: Bankwest Stadium, Parramatta
Live stream: Kayo Sports, Foxtel Now, Foxtel Go, MyFootball Live app
Betting: Western Sydney $3.70, Sydney $1.92, draw $3.50 (odds via PlayUp)

Teams

Western Sydney
2. Ziggy Gordon, 4. Dylan McGowan (c), 6. Tass Mourdoukoutas, 7. Bruce Kamau, 9. Bernie Ibini, 10. Simon Cox, 11. Kwame Yeboah, 12. Mitch Duke, 13. Tate Russell, 14. James Troisi, 17. Keanu Baccus, 18. Graham Dorrans, 19. Jordon Mutch, 27. Nicolai Muller, 30. Daniel Margush (goalkeeper), 33. Mark Natta, 34. Patrick Ziegler, 39. Thomas Aquilina, 40. Noah James (goalkeeper), 77. Scott McDonald.

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Sydney FC
1. Andrew Redmayne (goalkeeper), 3. Ben Warland, 4. Alex Wilkinson (c), 5. Alex Baumjohann, 6. Ryan McGowan, 8. Paulo Retre, 9. Bobo, 10. Milos Ninkovic, 11. Kosta Barbarouses, 12. Trent Buhagiar, 16. Joel King, 17. Anthony Caceres, 18. Luke Ivanovic, 21. Harry Van der Saag, 23. Rhyan Grant, 25. Callum Talbot, 26. Luke Brattan, 30. Adam Pavlesic (goalkeeper), 32. Patrick Yazbek, 33. Pat Wood.

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