|Match||Perth Glory Women Vs Melbourne City FC Women|
|League||Russian Premier League|
|Date||18th March 2021|
|Time||7:30 PM IST|
PG-W Vs MLC-W Dream11 Prediction
The W-League is the topmost level of Australian women’s football, wherein 9 teams battle across each other to be determined the champions of Australia. It’s Game week 11 of the Australian W-League, in this fixture, we will be looking at the 9th placed Perth Glory hosting the 8th placed Melbourne City. In their previous competitive meeting, it was Melbourne City who came out on top after managing to win by 1-0. In their previous competitive match, Perth Glory faced Melbourne Victory against whom they went on to face a 1-0 defeat, whereas Melbourne City faced Newcastle Jets against whom they went on to win by 1-0.
PG-W Vs MLC-W Dream11 Team Preview
Perth Glory are having a rough ride at the moment in the league and they have lost eight matches out of nine so far. Their defence is quite poor and they are terrible at the front as well. In their last match, they faced a defeat against Melbourne Victory.
Melbourne City FC finished at the top spot last season in the regular league but surprisingly lost seven out of 10 matches of the new season. One of the main reasons for their poor performance is defence as they have already leaked 22 goals so far. In the last match, they saw a 1-0 win after five consecutive losses.
PG-W Vs MLC-W Probable Lineups
Perth Glory Women – Alfeld, De la Harpe, Wallhead, Anton, Rigby, Steinmetz, Lowry, Tabain, Doeglas, Gale, Moreno.
Melbourne City FC Women – Barbieri Hudson, Checker, McCormick, Thomas-Chinnama, Tumeth, Vlajnic, Davidson, Eckhoff, Chidiac, Dobson, Kira.
PG-W Vs MLC-W Dream11 Best Picks
Chidiac (Melbourne City): Alexandra Chidiac rejoined Melbourne City recently back at the start of the W-League season. So far in her career, she has featured in 18 matches across all competitions wherein she has scored 2 goals and has also provided her team with 1 assist as well. Playing as an attacking midfielder this season so far she has kept an average of 2 shots, 1 key pass, 1 dribble, 1 tackle and 24.3 passes with a success rate of 80% per 90 in the W-League.
Kira (Melbourne City): Chinatsu Kira joined Melbourne City recently back at the start of the 2020/21 season. Since her arrival, she has featured in 9 matches in the W-League wherein she has scored 1 goal and has also provided her team with 2 assists as well. This season so far, she has also managed to keep an average of 1.9 shots, 1.6 key passes, 3 tackles, 5.4 duels won and 20.1 passes per 90 in the W-League
Tabain (Perth Glory): Marianna Tabain rejoined Perth Glory back in the 2017/18 season after a solid spell from the 2008/09 season to the 2014/15 season. Throughout her career so far, she has managed to play 88 matches in all competitions wherein she has managed to secure 20 goals. The 28-year-old forward is slowly reaching the pinnacle of the top goal scorers charts across the W-League as at the moment, she is ranked 13th in the top goalscorer charts. With Perth Glory looking to achieve their first win of the season she will surely be a vital player to be watched out for.