Key players return as Isuzu UTE A-League teams gear up for matches

Team News for Mid-Week Isuzu UTE A-League Matches: Marco Tilio Returns for Melbourne City; Jack Rodwell Set for Sydney FC Comeback

In the Isuzu UTE A-League, Marco Tilio is set to make a comeback for Melbourne City after recovering from a hamstring injury. The forward, absent since March due to the injury, has been included in the squad for the clash against Central Coast Mariners on Tuesday in Gosford. The match holds significance in the Premiers Plate race with Mariners needing a win to close the gap on current leaders, Wellington Phoenix by six points.

In another mid-week fixture, Sydney FC might see the return of defender Jack Rodwell for their game against Perth Glory on Wednesday. The ex-Premier League player has made it to the squad list, providing a boost for the team.

Central Coast Mariners list Mikael Doka, Brian Kaltak, and Danny Vukovic among the players available for the match. On the other hand, Melbourne City includes key players like Jamie Young, Mathew Leckie, and Jamie Maclaren on their squad. Marco Tilio is back from injury while Zane Schreiber has been promoted for the fixture.

For the Perth Glory versus Sydney FC encounter, Perth includes a formidable line-up with players like David Williams and Adam Taggart leading the charge. Aleksandar Susnjar has been added to the team, with Adam Zimarino and Antonis Martis sitting out due to injuries.

Sydney FC’s squad for the match features Andrew Redmayne, Robert Mak, and Luke Brattan, among others. Jack Rodwell and Matthew Scarcella join the team, as Pat Wood and Joe Lacey remain sidelined due to injuries.

As the Isuzu UTE A-League gears up for these mid-week clashes, fans eagerly anticipate the return of key players who could influence the outcomes of these closely contested matchups. Stay tuned for the exciting action on the pitch as the teams battle for crucial points in the pursuit of league success.

Denis Hardin

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