Everything you need to know for WSW v Adelaide

The visiting Reds have never won at Pirtek Stadium but have lost just one of their last fifteen. Here’s everything you need to know about a potentially decisive match in the race for the Premier’s Plate.



History
 
Played: 11
Won: 4
Drawn: 3
Loss: 4
 
Release your seat
 
If you can’t attend the match ensure your seat is released for others. Find out more here. You can also Forward Your Membership to a mate. Kick-off is at 7:30pm at Pirtek Stadium tonight!

Crowd Pirtek Stadium

 
Wanderers v Adelaide: by the numbers
 
We dished up some interesting stats, facts and trends about the two sides before they take to the field. Get the insiders view on Wanderers v Adelaide here.
 
Team news
 
Tony Popovic has promoted Golgol Mebrahtu and Brendan Hamill for Saturday’s clash with Adelaide. See the full squad list here.
 
Nichols and Andreu preview Adelaide


 
We caught up with both Mitch Nichols and Andreu before training on Thursday to talk about the upcoming Adelaide blockbuster.


 
Adelaide
 
Guillermo Amor’s Reds were odds on for the wooden spoon earlier in the season after no wins in their first eight but fourteen unbeaten matches later and Saturday’s visitors find themselves in the midst of the tightest premiership race in seasons.

Mitch Nichols Adelaide United

 
Although Adelaide’s reputation as one of the most stylish outfits in the Hyundai A-League has been maintained by Amor, key to their resurrection this campaign has been their organisation at the back.
 
The Reds have kept a league-high ten clean sheets this season and conceded only nine goals in their last 15 matches. Their resilience was on show during their last visit to Wanderland – a 0-0 draw on New Year’s Day.
 
How to watch
 
If you can’t make it to the ground be sure to catch Saturday’s blockbuster live on Fox Sports 505 at 7.30pm AEST or listen live on 702 ABC Sydney & ABC Local Radio NSW, Grandstand Digital & Online & via the ABC Radio Mobile App – A-League Live.