E-League Match Day 2: Finals in sight for Western United’s stars


Match Day 2 of the E-League kicks off this Saturday at ESL Studios in Sydney, as Western United look to make the finals in their inaugural season.

United currently sit in sixth after picking up two wins on match day 1, with games against Newcastle Jets, Melbourne Victory, Sydney FC, Perth Glory and Wellington Phoenix to come.

After a strong performance on match day 1, the Green and Black’s Xbox representative Dylan Campbell (N8_Dylan) is confident of performing even better heading into Saturday.

The 16-year-old defeated esports great Marcus Gomes just weeks ago, on his way to being awarded Xbox Player of the Day.

Campbell, along with teammate and PS4 representative Omar Cenk (N8_Cenk), will battle for United once again this Saturday.

Want to attend match day 2? Get your tickets here.

Can’t attend? You can watch every match live on Twitch.tv

Match Day 2

The final five rounds of the regular season take place on Saturday, 7 March:

Round 7
Melbourne City FC v Brisbane Roar FC
Melbourne Victory v Adelaide United
Newcastle Jets v Western United FC
Perth Glory v Western Sydney Wanderers FC
Sydney FC v Wellington Phoenix
Central Coast Mariners – Bye

Round 8
Wellington Phoenix v Perth Glory
Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Newcastle Jets
Western United FC v Melbourne Victory
Adelaide United v Melbourne City FC
Brisbane Roar FC v Central Coast Mariners
Sydney FC – Bye

Round 9
Melbourne Victory v Central Coast Mariners
Newcastle Jets v Brisbane Roar FC
Perth Glory v Adelaide United
Sydney FC v Western United FC
Wellington Phoenix v Western Sydney Wanderers FC
Melbourne City FC – Bye

Round 10
Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Sydney FC
Western United FC v Perth Glory
Adelaide United v Newcastle Jets
Brisbane Roar FC v Melbourne Victory
Central Coast Mariners v Melbourne City FC
Wellington Phoenix – Bye

Round 11
Western United FC v Wellington Phoenix
Adelaide United v Sydney FC
Brisbane Roar FC v Perth Glory
Central Coast Mariners v Newcastle Jets
Melbourne City FC v Melbourne Victory
Western Sydney Wanderers FC – Bye