When? Wednesday 10th January, 08:50 (UK)
Where? ANZ Stadium
What channel is it on? BT Sport ESPN
Are tickets still available?
Western Sydney Wanderers & Adelaide United - http://premier.ticketek.com.au/shows/show.aspx?sh=WAN0318
Where can I stream the match? BT Sport subscribers can stream the match online via the BT Sport website
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Last five meetings: Western Sydney Wanderers W1, Adelaide United W2, D2
A-League meetings: Western Sydney Wanderers W5, Adelaide United W6, D6
All-time meetings: Western Sydney Wanderers W5, Adelaide United W6, D6
WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS
Predicted line-up: Janjetovic; Llorente, Cornthwaite, Thwaite, Clisby; Lustica, Bonevacia, Kearyn Baccus; Santalab, Riera, Bridge
Tyson (Injured), Sotirio (International duty), Aspropotamitis (International duty), Keanu Baccus (International duty), Cejudo (Injured)
Predicted line-up: Margush; Strain, Elsey, Gulum, Ochieng; Adlung, Absalonsen, Isaias; Kitto, Diawara, Mileusnic
Unavailable: Elrich (Injured), Lia (Injured), Garrucio (International duty), Blackwood (International duty), Izzo (International duty), N. Konstandopoulos (Injured)
Doubtful: Adlung (Injured)
Western Sydney Wanderers have won three of their last four A-League matches but they currently find themselves sixth in the table, two places below Adelaide United who they entertain next at the ANZ Stadium. Marco Kurz’s Adelaide side have had indifferent form as of late, as although they have won three of their last six outings they have also lost the same amount of games during that spell. Not a lot to split the two sides and this could mean that the points are shared.
The last time Western Sydney Wanderers beat Adelaide United on home soil was back in December 2012 and the win was certainly an emphatic one as they hit their opponents for six. Mark Bridge went home with the match ball that afternoon after scoring a hat-trick of goals in what was certainly a game to forget for the travelling Adelaide fans.