Western United is aiming for their fourth win of the season on Sunday against Brisbane Roar at AAMI Park.
Western United vs Brisbane Roar
Sunday, 14 March 2020
Gates open: 5:10pm AEDT.
AAMI Park, Melbourne
Broadcast: The match will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 505, Kayo and the MyFootball Live app.
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Western United: LWWLL
Brisbane Roar: LDDLD
After winning back-to-back games for the first time this season, Western United has lost their last two matches to Western Sydney Wanderers and Sydney FC respectively.
The Green and Black failed to score a goal in each of those losses and will look to get back on the score board and win sheets on Sunday.
United will be without Andrew Durante who is serving a one-game suspension for his red card against Sydney FC on Wednesday.
Brisbane has not won a match in any of their last five A-League games, scoring just two goals in their winless streak.
Western United has a positive record against Brisbane Roar, winning two out of three meetings.
One of United’s most famous ever wins came against the Roar in last season’s finals series.
United defeated the Roar 1-0 thanks to a stunning Alessandro Diamanti free-kick.
The win booked United a spot in the A-League Semi-Finals in their inaugural season.
— Western United FC (@wufcofficial) August 23, 2020
Stats of the week
- Western United has lost only one of their last six A-League home games in Victoria, picking up three wins and two nil-all draws in that period.
- Besart Berisha has been directly involved in five of Western United FC’s last seven goals scored in the A-League (4 goals, 1 assist).