A-League A-League Men Round 3 - The Original Rivalry Part I

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A-League men Round 3. Already this early in the season we have a top two clash and a bottom two clash! First the bottom two clash Friday night two teams under the pump in Melbourne City V Sydney FC. City have already sacked their coach so look to have a response what will Sydney FC offer? interesting indeed.
On Saturday night we have the big top two clash 'Original Rivalry' Melbourne Victory V Adelaide United we haven't been excited for a top of the table original rivalry in a long time should be a cracking match.

A-League Men Round 3

Friday 3rd November
Melbourne City V Sydney F.C 7:45pm ESDT, AAMI Park

Saturday 4th November
Wellington Phoenix V Brisbane Roar 3:30pm ESDT, 2:30pm EST, 5:30pm NZLT, Sky Stadium
Macarthur F.C V Western United 5:30pm ESDT, Campbelltown Stadium
Melbourne Victory V Adelaide United 7:45pm ESDT, 7:15pm CSDT, AAMI Park (Live on 10 Bold, Check local guides)
Perth Glory V Central Coast Mariners 9:45pm ESDT, 6:45pm WST, HBF Park

Sunday 5th November
Newcastle Jets V Western Sydney Wanderers 3:00pm ESDT, MacDonald Jones Stadium (Live on 10 Bold, Check local guides)

Predictions: City 2-0 Roar 2-1 MAC V WU 1-1 VIC V Adel 1-1 Perth 3-1 WSW 2-1

Enjoy the football this weekend
 

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A-League men Round 3. Already this early in the season we have a top two clash and a bottom two clash! First the bottom two clash Friday night two teams under the pump in Melbourne City V Sydney FC. City have already sacked their coach so look to have a response what will Sydney FC offer? interesting indeed.
On Saturday night we have the big top two clash original Derby Melbourne Victory V Adelaide United and appropriately on 'Derby Day' we haven't been excited for a top of the table original derby in a long time should be a cracking match.

A-League men Round 3

Friday 3rd November
Melbourne City V Sydney F.C 7:45pm ESDT, AAMI Park

Saturday 4th November
Wellington Phoenix V Brisbane Roar 3:30pm ESDT, 2:30pm EST, 5:30pm NZLT, Sky Stadium
Macarthur F.C V Western United 5:30pm ESDT, Campbelltown Stadium
Melbourne Victory V Adelaide United 7:45pm ESDT, 7:15pm CSDT, AAMI Park (Live on 10 Bold, Check local guides)
Perth Glory V Central Coast Mariners 9:45pm ESDT, 6:45pm WST, HBF Park

Sunday 5th November
Newcastle Jets V Western Sydney Wanderers 3:00pm ESDT, MacDonald Jones Stadium (Live on 10 Bold, Check local guides)

Predictions: City 2-0 Roar 2-1 MAC V WU 1-1 VIC V Adel 1-1 Perth 3-1 WSW 2-1

Enjoy the football this weekend
Victory 3-0
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Original rivalry is the correct term for the MVFC / Adelaide games. It's the longest standing rivalry in the A-League. Not a derby with clubs from different states / cities.

Includes:

  • Throat grabs
  • Pissants
  • Goals galore
  • Big crowds
  • Drama aplenty


Expect the narrative for Saturday night's latest iteration will be Fournaroli vs Irankunda. Both teams playing exciting stuff, anything could happen.


I reckon the crowd will be 20k +.



Can't wait!
 
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Original rivalry is the correct term for the MVFC / Adelaide games. It's the longest standing rivalry in the A-League. Not a derby with clubs from different states / cities.

Includes:

  • Throat grabs
  • Pissants
  • Goals galore
  • Big crowds
  • Drama aplenty


Expect the narrative for Saturday night's latest iteration will be Fournaroli vs Irankunda. Both teams playing exciting stuff, anything could happen.


I reckon the crowd will be 20k +.



Can't wait!
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Original rivalry is the correct term for the MVFC / Adelaide games. It's the longest standing rivalry in the A-League. Not a derby with clubs from different states / cities.

Includes:

  • Throat grabs
  • Pissants
  • Goals galore
  • Big crowds
  • Drama aplenty


Expect the narrative for Saturday night's latest iteration will be Fournaroli vs Irankunda. Both teams playing exciting stuff, anything could happen.


I reckon the crowd will be 20k +.



Can't wait!
I was telling my son about Vidmar and Pissants the other day. Glad he got the city job
 
Blatant second yellow. Unlucky first yellow.
Very dumb though on a yellow and committing a challenge like that.
Had no chance of getting anywhere near the ball so no idea why he even tried to tackle.

Don't know why Victory supporters booed the decision or Irankunda when its totally there.
 
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