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Published on 19/Jan/2017 20:19
TYPE OF BET: MATCH ODDS
BET ON: SYDNEY FC
Best Tipster Odd: 1.53 Bet365
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STAKE: 5 % bankroll (100 Units)
No Bet Under: 1.48
MATCH RESULT: 2-0 (0-0)
PROFIT: +53 Units
All eyes will be on Allianz for Harvey Norman Friday Night Football as the resurgent Reds look to spring another upset, this time it's Graham Arnold’s unbeaten, ladder-leading Sky Blues in their way.
Sydney FC squad:
Ins: 6.Josh BRILLANTE (return from suspension), 19.George BLACKWOOD (promoted)
Unavailable: 5.Jordy BUIJS (awaiting International Clearance), 22.Sebastian RYALL (hamstring – indefinite)
Adelaide United squad:
Ins: 3.Iacopo LA ROCCA (returns from injury), 14.George MELLS (returns from injury), 18.Riley McGREE (returns from injury), 21.Tarek ELRICH (returns from suspension)
Unavailable: 17.Nikola MILEUSNIC (quad – 1 week), 23.Jordan ELSEY (knee – season)
The home side get Josh Brillante back from suspension for this one, but it’s come too early for new Dutch defender Jordy Buijs, who is waiting for his international clearance.
James Holland’s move to China means there is a spot open in Adelaide’s midfield, with either George Mells or Marcelo Carrusca likely to come into the starting side.
While they shut the Sky Blues out completely in their previous clash at Allianz, they shipped four when the sides met at Coopers on Boxing Day.
If it’s the one we saw just last month, then expect Sydney’s front four to make them pay again.
It was on transition where Sydney had joy in that clash and if their pressing game is strong again, it’s an area the Reds must be wary of - especially as Bobo, Brosque, Holosko and Ninkovic have been sensational all season, even if they were slightly off last weekend.
Youngsters Ryan Kitto and Jordan O’Doherty were impressive as well, providing plenty of energy and work-rate.
Mark Ochieng. The 20-year-old shot himself into the spotlight with a superb winner off the bench against Melbourne City last time out to keep Adelaide’s season alive. Will Amor give him a chance from the start against the unbeaten league leaders?
Sydney FC 3-1 Adelaide United
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