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Sydney FC will be aiming to end up a victorious way when they play host to Brisbane Roar today to out up another impressive League Match.
The In-form Sydney FC who happens to be one of the League Favorite Champions will aim to put smile on their fans face when they host the Roar.
According to records, the Sydney FC have won 5, drawn 2, and lost 2 of their 9 A-League outings, leaving them 3rd in the table behind Perth Glory and arch rivals Melbourne Victory.
Obviously, It’s not quite been the title defence that Sydney FC were hoping for so far this season.
The reigning champions, who have won the last 2 Australia A-League Premiership titles, looked in perfect shape over the summer
But, then a shock exit from star striker Bobo brought disarray to the club.
However, Perth Glory’s recent slip ups mean that Sydney FC are only 3 points off the top now, and their recent performances show that they’re getting their edge back.
They beat Glory 2-1 last Friday after triumphing 3-1 against Western Sydney Wanderers in the cross-city clash.
With games against Brisbane Roar and bottom of the table Central Coast Mariners coming up they will be confident of getting some more points on the board too.
It’s all gone terribly wrong for Brisbane Roar this season.
They sank to a new low on Saturday as they were thrashed 4-1 at Wellington Phoenix, following on from a 4-2 defeat against Melbourne Victory to make it 4 defeats on the bounce.
Roar desperately need to find some form, otherwise they face the prospect of being left behind in the race for the playoffs.
One positive thing about Brisbane Roar’s play is that they tend to do fairly well going forward.
Moreover, they have scored in 7 of their 9 league games, and they’re facing a Sydney FC side who have only managed 2 clean sheets this term.
Meanwhile, Brisbane Roar now sit 9th in the table, and it’s now just 4 points above the winless Central Coast and already 6 adrift of the last of the playoff spots.
It’s pretty clear that Sydney FC have brought in some very capable players, most notably Adam Le Fondre and Siem de Jong, but it’s just been too inconsistent from them.