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Brisbane Roar will be staying at home with Full confidence while they play host to the Perth Glory in another League match.
Obviously, the Host Brisbane Roar sit second from bottom of the A-League with just seven points from their opening eleven matches
And now, they play host to the league leaders Perth Glory.
The Perth Glory top the table by three points and have played one game fewer than their guests so far this season.
Brisbane Roar had to come from behind twice to rescue a point away at Newcastle Jets on Wednesday.
The hosts took the lead in the fifth minute through Petratos and lead 1-0 at the half time interval.
It wasn’t until the sixty-fifth minute that Brisbane Roar got back onto level terms through Taggart, but just two minutes later O’Donovan restored Newcastle Jets lead.
As the clocked ticked away it looked as if the game was moving beyond the reach of Brisbane Roar
But with three minutes left on the clock, Bauthéac scored the visitors second equaliser and that proved enough to earn a share of the spoils.
Perth Glory hammered bottom of the table Central Coast Mariners 4-1 in Gosford, starting with a strike in the third minute from Keogh.
Fábio Ferreira scored a further two goals in the first half to make it 3-0 to the visitors at the break, ending any hopes Central Coast Mariners had of taking anything from the match.
The hosts did manage to pull a goal back in the seventy-seventh minute through Murray, but Perth Glory had the final say in stoppage time when former Wolves forward Keogh netted his brace to wrap up a 4-1 win.
An own goal from the unfortunate O’Toole saw Perth Glory go two goals up shortly after the hour mark.
With seven minutes to go the hosts shot themselves in the foot when Mrčela was sent-off and gave away a penalty which Taggart converted, but Perth held on to secure all three points, despite a nervy end to the match.
The visitors head into Sunday’s game as the clear form favourites with four wins, one draw, and one defeat from their last six league games.
The host, Brisbane Roar have not won any of their last six matches, managing just one draw and losing five.
And of course, Taggart, who scored when the pair last met, top scores for the hosts this season with seven league goals.
According to records, when these two sides met in November for their reverse league fixture Perth Glory edged a close game 2-1.
Of course, we saw Irish striker Keogh broke the deadlock in the fifteenth minute with a goal that proved enough to separate the two clubs at the break.