Wanderers Look to End Winless Streak Against Roar in A-League Men

Western Sydney Wanderers vs Brisbane Roar Match Preview: Can Wanderers End Winless Streak?

After going through a turbulent run of three straight losses, including a historic 7-0 thrashing by Melbourne City, Western Sydney Wanderers have bounced back with wins over Perth Glory and Macarthur FC, hinting at a potential resurgence. However, Marko Rudan’s side faces a daunting challenge as they look to break their seven-game winless streak against Brisbane Roar.

The Wanderers’ last victory over the Roar dates back to May 2021, and they will be eager to reverse their fortunes after salvaging a 2-2 draw in their previous encounter in December. Brisbane, on the other hand, finds themselves in eighth place and eight points adrift of the top six following consecutive defeats.

In terms of team news, Gomulka is set to start for the Wanderers, with Rojas making a return to the bench and Burke-Gilroy marking his 50th A-League Men appearance. The clash at CommBank Stadium promises to be an intriguing battle, and fans can catch all the action live on Paramount+.

Both teams have had mixed fortunes in their recent form, with Western Sydney having experienced a rollercoaster ride of results – L, D, W, W, L. On the other hand, Brisbane’s form line reads L, L, D, W, D, as they strive to climb up the standings.

Historically, the Wanderers have struggled against the Roar, winning only one of their last 11 encounters, with the last four games ending in draws. Despite their inconsistent performance at CommBank Stadium, Western Sydney remains unbeaten in their last three outings against Brisbane at the venue, holding a 1-0 lead at half-time in each of those matches.

As the Wanderers aim to maintain their recent positive momentum, they will look to improve their home form and secure a much-needed victory against a stubborn Brisbane outfit. With both teams hungry for points and eager to make a statement, the stage is set for an absorbing showdown between Western Sydney Wanderers and Brisbane Roar.

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