We take on Perth Glory this Sunday in the second match of our first ever Double Header at Wanderland.Kick-off is at 5pm following the Westfield W-League team playing in the Sydney Derby at 2pm.
Sunday’s clash with Perth Glory will be the tenth Hyundai A-League encounter between the two sides. The Wanderers have beaten Glory five times, drawn once and have lost on their last three outings.
Sydney Derby redemption
The match against Perth will be preceded by the Westfield W-League Sydney Derby, the biggest rivalry in the Westfield W-League. It’s the first time ever that a double header has taken place at Wanderland and will be the only double header at home this season.
Click here for everything you need to know about the W-League Sydney Derby.
For more information on the two away double headers in Newcastle and Central Coast, click here.
Against their old clubs
This fixture will see a total of six players face up to their former employers. Scott Jamieson appeared 56 times for Perth between seasons 2012/13 to 2014/15, scoring once (against the Wanderers in Round 6 last season), whilst Mitch Nichols made 14 appearances during the 2014/15 season. Nikolai Topor-Stanley also played for Perth, winning their Player of the Season award in 2007/08.
Former Wanderers Antony Golec and Ante Covic made 97 and 37 appearances in all competitions respectively, both starting in the AFC Champions League final, with the latter winning the player of the tournament award. Jerrad Tyson spent two seasons with the Wanderers, making three starts.
Romeo Castelen is set to be ruled out for 2-3 weeks with a hamstring injury. Scott Neville has recovered from his knock and is available for selection.
How to watch
You can watch the game on Fox Sports 505 at 5pm AEST, or listen live on 702 ABC Sydney, 666 Canberra & ABC Local Radio NSW, Grandstand Digital & Online & via the ABC Radio Mobile App – A-league Live.
Tickets for the match are available and can be purchased by clicking here.