Perth Glory v Sydney Betting Tips: BTTS, 2019-01-09

International Football Tips

PERTH GLORY v SYDNEY
A-League
Wednesday 9th January 2019
Kickoff: 1900hrs
Pick: Both teams to score
Bookmaker: Comeon
Odds: 1.69 (odds taken at 01:48 GMT, 08 Jan 2019

Wednesday night brings us a mouthwatering double-header in the A-League starting off in western Australia as Perth Glory take on Sydney as the betting tips continue at HBF Park with the hosts looking to extend their lead at the top of the division.

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Perth Glory Prediction

Perth Glory laid down a marker in the Australian top flight on Sunday when they came from 2-0 behind at Brisbane Roar to record a 4-2 win which further enhanced their credentials as potential A-League title winners this season.

That win at Brisbane became Perth’s fourth win in five matches as they’s earlier recorded wins against Melbourne City, Newcastle Jets and Central Coast Mariners. The hosts have lost just once in their last 11 league matches, but that was to Wednesday night’s opponents, Sydney just before Christmas.

This will be Perth Glory’s first home match since that defeat to title rivals Sydney but with a promising home record that stands at 3-1-1 8/6 so far, the hosts will no doubt be confident they can avenge that earlier loss.

Midfielders Ikonomidis (6 goals) and Kilkenny (3 goals) along with forward Keogh (7 goals) are the danger men in the final third for Perth Glory.

Sydney Prediction

Sydney maintained their push for a top two finals finish with a resounding 5-2 home win over Central Coast Mariners, and they too had to come from behind to register all three points to grab a fourth league win on the bounce.

Sydney fell behind to a goal from Connor Paine but after the break, the hosts rallied with a hat-trick from experienced forward Brosque and a goal from le Fondre to turn the match on its head. Sydney will no doubt therefore be bubbling with confidence when they make the long haul trip across Australia to Perth for this clash, especially as they’ve won the last 10 encounters between these two sides in all competitions.

Within this impressive head-to-head record, Sydney have won their last two away from home in Perth, and with an away record of 4-2-0 12/5 so far on their travels this season, the visitors will be in confident mood again.

Sydney’s obvious goal threats come from le Fondre (10 goals) and Brosque (6 goals) who will be looking to add to their goal tallies on Wednesday night.

Betting Tips Verdict

Both Perth Glory and Sydney are in great form right now and as a clear winner looks a tough one to call, I’ll instead opt to back both teams to score in this clash.


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