Last time out, a second half goal from Jay O’Shea separated the two sides at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium. It was their third league-win of the season, while they have drawn six. Warren Moon’s men are undefeated in their last eight games. Read more: Bologna vs Atalanta: Serie A Live Stream, Form Guide, Head to Head, Schedule, Fixture and Probable Lineups Possible Lineups Perth Glory midfielder Salim Khelifi suffered a groin injury in the last outing and may not be available for Tuesday’s match, while his partner in the engine room Joseph Forde also was taken off and is doubtful for the next outing.
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We’re doing it all again on Tuesday evening! Grab your tickets for our big home clash with @brisbaneroar here: https://t. co/fLpKLxXTMY@aleaguemen #ONEGlory pic. twitter. com/BD3gTHRLnT — Perth Glory FC (@PerthGloryFC) January 7, 2023 Perth Glory had a disastrous start to the league campaign, having lost four of their opening five games. However, the Glory have pocketed seven points from their next five matches, having won two of them. Their latest success came against WS Wanderers in the last outing, courtesy of Keegan Jelacic’s lone goal on the hour-mark. Although, that three points was not enough for Ruben Zadkovich’s side to move out of the 12th spot, they now sit level on points with Melbourne Victory and can move into ninth position with another win on Tuesday. Brisbane Roar, on the other hand, are sitting at the top half of the table, and can move to as high as third spot with a success against the Glory.
Perth Glory vs Brisbane Roar: A-League Live Stream, Form Guide, Head to Head, Schedule, Fixture and Probable LineupsPerth Glory will host Brisbane Roar in an A-League fixture at Macedonia Park on Tuesday afternoon. The hosts are heading into the match on the back of a narrow 1-0 win over Western Sydney Wanderers last Friday, while Brisbane Roar got the better of Melbourne Victory with an identical scoreline, on the same day. Perth Glory are currently languishing at the bottom of the table, having collected just 10 points from as many games, while the visitors are sitting at the fifth position, with 15 points to their name.
Therefore, Luke Bodnar and Zachary Duncan might come into the playing eleven. Dowse and Ivanovic are expected to partner up front, with Clisby and Forde occupying the flanks. As for Brisbane Roar, Moon may not tinker too much with the team that started against Melbourne Victory. Carlo Armiento and Nikola Mileusnic could form the attacking-duo, with Hingert, Hore and Trewin occupying the engine room. Perth Glory possible line-up: Cook, Lanchman, Muir, Koutroumbis, Forde, Duncan, Amini, Jelacic, Clisby, Dowse, Ivanovic Brisbane Roar possible line-up: Holmes, Chapman, Courtney-Perkins, Neville, Hingert, Hore, Trewin, O’Shea, Knowles, Armiento, Mileusnic Form Guide Perth Glory OpponentsScoreWestern Sydney Wanderers1-0 (W)Adelaide United2-0 (L)Wellington Phoenix1-1 (D)Macarthur FC1-0 (L)Western United FC2-1 (W)Brisbane Roar OpponentsScoreMelbourne Victory0-1 (W)Western United1-1 (D)WS Wanderers1-1 (D)Newcastle Jets0-1 (W)Adelaide United1-1 (D)Head to Head Last 5 match-resultsScoreBrisbane Roar beat Perth Glory1-4Perth Glory beat Brisbane Roar2-0Brisbane Roar beat Perth Glory1-0Brisbane Roar beat Perth Glory2-1Perth Glory beat Brisbane Roar3-1Perth Glory vs Brisbane Roar Live Schedule and Fixture The A-League match between Perth Glory and Brisbane Roar will take place at Macedonia Park on Tuesday at 5:00 pm IST.