Venue: sky stadium (Wellington)
Sunday, 13 November 2022. 05.00 am.
Wellington Phoenix will be hosting Western United in the 2022/2023 season. The host of the game had a poor start performance since the start of the game playing three draws and losing away to Newcastle jets, having just six points from six league matches. Wellington Phoenix will be hoping to continue their present form having won their first home match against Macarthur FC.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Wellington Phoenix (DDLDW)
In the first round of the game, Wellington Phoenix hosted Adelaide United at their home stadium at Sky Stadium (Wellington) where the game ended in a 1-1 draw. The home team saw an early red card shown to Yan Sasse in the 25 minutes. The away team struggled to get a win with the home team down to 10 men but equalized in the 90+3 min.
The third round of the game sees Wellington Phoenix lose away from home to Newcastle Jets 3-1. In the fourth round of the league match, Wellington Phoenix settled for a 2-2 draw away to Melbourne City after an early first half 2-0 lead by the home team.
Western United (LLDLL)
The team has not tasted a win since the start of the season. The first round of the game sees Western United lose away from home 2-1 to Melbourne City at AAMI Park(Melbourne) after Melbourne's first goal was disallowed by the VAR for a foul in the 13’ minutes.
The second round of the games saw Western United lose their first home games 1-3 to the visiting team Sydney after a double penalty kick was given to the away team in the first half of the game. The first spot kick was missed by Le Fondre in the 24 minutes but the second spot kick was converted to goal by Le Fondre in 39 minutes.
The third round of the games sees Western United play their second home game against MacArthur Fc. The home team settled for a 1-1 draw after an equalizing goal scored in the 69 minutes.
Western United continued their poor form of the season losing away from home to Central Coast Mariners after Western United threw away their early first half 0-2 lead to the home team. The referee Stephen gave a red card to Topor-Stanley in the 48 minutes, the team conceded four goals with the game ending 4-2. Western United continued their poor form of the season losing to Adelaide United 2-4 at their home stadium.
Expert Betting Tips
The head2Head games from 2019 to the present date have seen both teams play a total of five games at the Home stadium Sky Stadium (Wellington) with Wellington Phoenix winning four of games at home, Western United winning once and both teams playing zero draw. Both teams will give their best effort in what should be a competitive matchup as the home team will be looking for a win at home to continue their present form in the Australian A-league and they are six points sitting in the seven position with Six points in five league.
However, we have every reason to believe that the forthcoming showdown will include a high number of goals scored by home teams.
The head 2 head shown that both teams have played a total of three over 2.5 in their last five league games, and the Home team Welling Phoenix have shown maximum form playing Western United in the league in their home stadium and will be looking forward to getting maximum points in the game.