Sydney FC vs Western United – Preview, H2H, Line-ups, Prediction | A-League 2021-22

Western United will face Sydney FC this weekend at the Jubilee Oval for their 14th round game of the A-League season.

Venue: Jubilee Oval (Sydney).

Key Statistics

Sydney FC have not kept a clean sheet in their last six games.

The hosts have won just one of their last four home games (D1, L2).

Western United have kept two clean sheets in their last two games.

The visitors are conceding 0.8 goals a game this season. No side has conceded less on average than the visiting team.

Head to head

Sydney FC have been dominant in this fixture, winning three of the four head-to-head meetings between both sides (L1). 

Latest performances in all competitions

Sydney FC: W-W-D-L-L

Western United: W-D-W-L-L

Sydney FC 

Sydney FC will look to make it three wins in three games when they welcome Sydney FC to Jubilee Oval on Saturday.

The hosts come into this game on the back of a 2-1 win over Adelaide United. The win was secured courtesy of goals from Elvis Kamsoba and Bobo.

The win was their fourth of the league season (D2, L2) and ensures that they come into this game sitting in third place with 16 points.  

They are currently three points behind their hosts and can go above them if they win this game.

Given that they have won three of their last four head-to-head meetings against Western United, they will be hoping to pick up maximum points in this game.

Possible Sydney FC starting line-up

Tom Heward-Belle; Conor O’Toole, Ben Warland, Alex Wilkinson, James Donachie; Anthony Caceres, Paulo Retre, Patrick Yazbek, Milos Ninkovic; Elvis Kamsoba, Bobo.

Injured: Luke Brattan, Michael Zullo, Kosta Barbarouses, Chris Zuvela.

Doubtful: None.

Suspended: None.

Western United 

Western United will look to return to the top of the table when they face Sydney FC on Saturday.

The visitors defeated WS Wanderers in their last game to keep their chances of finishing top of the table alive.

They are unbeaten in three league games ahead of this game and will be confident of taking maximum points from this game.

But they must overcome a poor head-to-head record against the hosts as they have won just one of their four previous games against them.

Possible Western United starting line-up

Jamie Young; Ben Garuccio, Leo Lacroix, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Josh Risdon; Steven Lustica, Neil Kilkenny; Connor Pain, Alessandro Diamanti, Lachlan Wales; Aleksandar Prijovic.

Injured: Sebastian Pasquali, Rhys Bozinovski.

Doubtful: None.

Suspended: Tomoki Imai.


Sydney FC 1-2 Western United