When? Tuesday 9th January, 11:00 (UK)
Where? nib Stadium
What channel is it on? BT Sport ESPN
Are tickets still available?
Perth Glory & Melbourne City - http://www.ticketmaster.com.au/event/1300530871480CFB
Where can I stream the match? BT Sport subscribers can stream the match online via the BT Sport website
Last five meetings: Perth Glory W4, D1
A-League meetings: Perth Glory W12, Melbourne City W6, D7
All-time meetings: Perth Glory W12, Melbourne City W6, D7
Predicted line-up: Reddy; Walker, Poscoliero, Grant, Mills; Harold, Brimmer, Andreu, Diego Castro; Keogh, Taggart
Unavailable: Stynes (Injured), Warren (Injured), Neville (Injured), Wilson (International duty), Xavi Torres (Injured), Lowry (Injured), Nichols (Injured), Chianese (Injured)
Predicted line-up: Bouzanis; Muscat, Schenkeveld, La Rocca, Jamieson; Jakobsen, Malik; Brattan, Vidosic, Fitzgerald; McCormack
Unavailable: Fornaroli (Injured), Mauk (International duty), Kamau (International duty), Tongyik (International duty)
Perth's recent form has been abysmal and the number of goals conceded has to be a major concern for them. Ross McCormack will fancy his chances of scoring against them here, but the Glory have an outstanding record against City at home and they have to be favoured here with both teams scoring.
April 2017 gave us a very memorable encounter between Perth Glory and Melbourne City, although defensive purists may well consider this a game to forget. That’s because there were no fewer than nine goals in this topsy-turvy fixture. It would be the home side who would live up to their name and take the glory as they just edged proceedings by five goals to four.