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Western Sydney FC women vs Perth Glory women Preview, Possible Lineups & Predictions

Western Sydney FC women vs Perth Glory women Preview, Possible Lineups & Predictions

Western Sydney FC women vs Perth Glory women match preview, predictions, possible lineups and h2h results of the 2019/20 W-League.

Western Sydney FC women vs Perth Glory women match information

Time: 13:00 (GMT+8) on January 19th

Venue: Bankwest Stadium

Competition: 2019/20 W-League

After losing Brisbane Roar in the last match, Western Sydney FC women's team lost their undefeated streak in the W-League this season.

Moreover, it also made them drop to the third place of the league table despite the fact that they still take the second position if they win the 2 remaining games.

At the moment, they are one of the best teams in the league, so they can beat Perth Glory to fortify their position to advance to the finals series.

Unlike other teams, Western Sydney is showing the impressive performance by scoring 16 goals, which is higher than that of any clubs in the league.

Meanwhile, Perth Glory women's team could not find any possible ways to escape from the current position, achieving just two points after seven matches.

As a result, they are sinking at the 8th place of the league table, with just 1-point higher than the bottom-league club Adelaide United.

The poor performance of their attackers takes the main responsibility because they scored just 6 goals, the lowest number compared to other clubs in the W-League.

Only by resolving that problem can they hope to improve their current position, however, it is not an easy task for the team with players that they had.

Western Sydney FC women vs Perth Glory women potential lineups:

Western Sydney women: Abby Smith, Sam Staab, Caitlin Cooper, Alexandra Huynh, Alix Roberts, Courtney Nevin, Amy Harrison, Erica Halloway, Denise O'Sullivan, Lynn Williams, Kyra Cooney-Cross.

Perth Glory women: Eliza Campbell, Sarah Carroll, Kim Carroll, Celia Jimenez Delgado, Julia Sardo, Ayesha Norrie, Shannon May, Arianna Romero, Morgan Andrews, Crystal Thomas, Katarina Jukic.

Western Sydney FC women vs Perth Glory women score predictions: 3-1