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SYD vs MLV Dream11 Football Prediction Today Match – A-League – Fantasy Football, Top Picks, Predicted XI

SYD vs MLV Dream11 Prediction for Today match | Sydney FC will take on Melbourne Victory in the second match of today’s A-League fixtures. Both teams have already played plenty of games in the tournament.

Sydney FC has managed to register 8 wins and 7 draws out of the 24 games they had played this season. They lost their last four games back to back. Their previous defeat came against HAGL by 1-0 and are now placed at the 8th position in the league standings with 31 points in their account. They are now looking forward to making a strong comeback in today’s game.

On the other hand, Melbourne Victory has managed to register 12 wins and 9 draws out of the 25 games they had played this season. They registered a 3-1 victory over Wellington Phoenix in their last game and are now placed at the second position in the league standings with 45 points in their account. Take a look at today match prediction we have discussed here.

SYD vs MLV Match Details:

A-League 2021-22
Sydney FC vs Melbourne Victory
Date: Saturday, May 7, 2022
Time: 2:35 PM
Venue: Netstrata Jubilee Stadium

SYD vs MLV Broadcast Details:

Unfortunately for Indian fans, there will be no live broadcast of the A-League games. However, the A-League live stream will be available on the My Football Youtube channel and app. Live scores and updates from the A-League games can be found on the SportsTattoo website.

SYD vs MLV Key Players:

Sydney FC-

  • Mustafa Amini
  • Andrew Redmayne
  • Milos Ninkovic
  • Rhyan Grant
  • Anthony Caceres

Melbourne Victory-

  • Leigh Broxham
  • Ben Folami
  • Ivan Kelava
  • Josh Brillante
  • Nick DAgostino
  • Jason Davidson
  • Jake Brimmer

SYD vs MLV – Recent Form

Sydney FC: L L L L D
Western United: W D W W D

SYD vs MLV Team News and Injury Updates:

Sydney FC: No Injury Updates.
Melbourne Victory: No Injury Updates.

SYD vs MLV Squads:

Sydney FC (SYD):

Andrew Redmayne(GK), Rhyan Grant, Callum Talbot, James Donachie, Liam McGing, Anthony Caceres, Milos Ninkovic, Patrick Yezbek, Mustafa Amini, Adam Le Fondre, Luciano Narsingh, Harry Van-der-Saag, Ben Warland, Kosta Barbarouses, Paulo Retre, Patrick Wood, Elvis Kamsoba, Alex Wilkinson, Connor OToole, Max Burgess, Trent Buhagiar, Max Vartuli(GK), Tom Heward-Belle(GK), Deyvison Rogerio da Silva, Aaron Gurd, Adrian Segecic, Corey Hollman, Luke Brattan, Michael Zullo, Adam Pavlesic(GK), Chris Zuvela, Calem Nieuwenhof.

Melbourne Victory (MLV):

Ivan Kelava(GK), Leigh Broxham, Jason Davidson, Roderick Miranda, Jason Geria, Marco Rojas, Ben Folami, Jake Brimmer, Josh Brillante, Rai Marchan, Nick DAgostino, Brendan Hamill, Francesco Margiotta, Chris Ikonomidis, Matthew Spiranovic, Stefan Nigro, Nishan Velupillay, Matt Acton(GK), Birkan Kirdar, Edmond Lupancu, Ryan Lethlean, Thomas Lambiris, Anthony Leban, Jay Barnett, Luka Prso, Aaron Anderson, Robbie Kruse, Luis Lawrie-Lattanzio, Marko Bulic(GK), Zaydan Bello, Lleyton Brooks, Aisen Ishak, William Wilson.

SYD vs MLV Predicted XI

Sydney FC: Andrew Redmayne, Rhyan Grant, Callum Talbot, James Donachie, Liam McGing, Anthony Caceres, Milos Ninkovic, Patrick Yezbek, Mustafa Amini, Adam Le Fondre, Luciano Narsingh.

Western United: Ivan Kelava, Leigh Broxham, Jason Davidson, Roderick Miranda, Jason Geria, Marco Rojas, Ben Folami, Jake Brimmer, Josh Brillante, Rai Marchan, Nick DAgostino.

SYD vs MLV: Today Match Prediction

On the basis of the current performance of players and head-to-head records, Melbourne Victory will win this match by 1-0. However, the results can be totally different as both teams are equally good.

Dream11 Team for today’s match: SYD vs MLV

Goal-Keeper

1) I Kelava

Defender

2) J Davison
3) R Grant
4) B Hamill
5) J Geria

Mid-Fielder

6) M Rojas
7) K Barbarouses
8) M Burgess
9) J Brimmer

Forward

10) N DAgostino
11) P Wood

SYD vs MLV

Dream11 team shown here is only a match before the team and the original team can be different after the release of lineups.

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