Western Sydney Wanderers aim for freshness when they take on Perth Glory at CommBank Stadium. The Wanderers finished poorly in the previous campaign.
Wanderers head coach Marko Rudan has assembled a squad tipped to go toe to toe with big sides in the league. Not to forget that it is one of the biggest in Australia.
Perth Glory, on the other hand, finished bottom of the table last season and will be looking to move on from that with the visit to the Wanderers.
Date and kickoff time
3:00 PM Sunday, in Canberra, ACT, Australia
05:00 AM Sunday, In the UK
Western Sydney Wanderers vs Perth Glory live stream and TV channel
Australia: 10 Bold, Foxtel Now, 10 Play, Paramount+
UK and Ireland: BT Sport 4, BTSport.com, BT Sport App
Cook Islands: Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Fiji: Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Hong Kong: myTV SUPER
New Zealand: beIN Sports Connect New Zealand, Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Solomon Islands: Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Western Sydney Wanderers
Wanderers head coach Marko Rudan has named a strong squad for the clash with Perth Glory.
Daniel Margush (GK), Gabriel Cluer, Adama Traore, Tomi Mrcela, Marcelo GUEDES (Captain), Lawrence Thomas (GK), Jarrod Carluccio, Yeni Ngbakoto, Brandon Borrello, Sulejman Krpic, Ruon Tongyik, Romain Amalfitano, Daniel Wilmering, Calem Nieuwenhof, Zac Sapsford, Alessandro Lopane, Ramy Najjarine, Oliver Bozanic, Kusini Yengi, Milos NINKOVIC.
Liam Reddy (gk), John Koutroumbis, Mark Beevers, Aaron Mceneff, Ryan Williams, Mustafa Amini, Bruno Fornaroli, Matt Hatch, Darryl Lachman, Pierce Clark (gk), Jacob Muir, Stefan Colakovski, Salim Khelifi, Ben Azubel, Luke Ivanovic, Jack Clisby, Keegan Jelacic, Zach Duncan, Giordano Colli, Mitch Oxborrow.
Perth Glory will also be without four first-team players, including Brad JONES (gk), Cameron COOK (gk), Anthony Burke-Gilroy, and Adrian Sardinero, due to injuries.
The clash is not expected to be one-sided.
Western Sydney Wanderers 1-1 Perth Glory