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The new Melbourne pandemic lockdown has forced the postponement of the Wanderers Saturday 13th match against Melbourne City.

Following the announcement from the Victorian State Government that Victoria will enter stage 4 restrictions from 11:59pm on Friday, February 12m the Wanderers match against Melbourne City, scheduled for Saturday has been postponed.

No details as to the rescheduling of the fixture have been released as yet.

The Wanderers next scheduled match is against Wellington Phoenix, in Wollongong on Sunday February 21, kick-off at 6:10pm.


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18 minutes ago, tranquilo said:

well it will give our players more time to rest and help with the injuries of Mcgowan,Tass,Mueller to recover better, Mutch will also have more time to train and get match fit

Also means Dorrans will be suspended against the Nix rather than Heartle$$

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1 hour ago, tranquilo said:

well it will give our players more time to rest and help with the injuries of Mcgowan,Tass,Mueller to recover better, Mutch will also have more time to train and get match fit

Also Duke will be able to play against Nix down Wollongong 

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3 hours ago, THEWANDERERSPOST said:

Member email regarding the rescheduled fixture. So frustrating that it's late on a weekday.

We also now have a confirmed date for our rescheduled match against Melbourne City.

Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Melbourne City
Tuesday 2 March, 7:05pm
Bankwest Stadium

The Feb 27 game has changed as well. We are now playing Adelaide instead of Central Coast. If this is due to us taking advantage of borders while they are open and saving the intra-state games for when they're closed, then great decision I say.

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5 hours ago, THEWANDERERSPOST said:

Member email regarding the rescheduled fixture. So frustrating that it's late on a weekday.

We also now have a confirmed date for our rescheduled match against Melbourne City.

Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Melbourne City
Tuesday 2 March, 7:05pm
Bankwest Stadium

Why not on Wednesday night.

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Phoenix in a bit of trouble with injuries and suspension.

Cameron Devlin is available for selection for the Western Sydney Wanderers match on Sunday.

David Ball suspended for 2 weeks

Joshua Laws sustained an ankle injury during the Wellington Phoenix versus Central Coast Mariners match on 14 Feb 2021. The club is currently awaiting the results of an MRI, and Law’s availability for selection for Sunday’s match versus Western Sydney Wanderers will be dependent on the outcome of this scan. 

Tomer Hemed sustained a low-grade hamstring strain during the Wellington Phoenix versus Sydney FC match on 8 February 2021. Hemed’s estimated return to play will be two weeks. 

Jaushua Sotirio sustained a Grade 2 MCL injury to the knee during training prior to the Sydney FC match on 8 February 2021. Sotirio’s estimated return to play is now four weeks. 

Luke DeVere sustained a serious knee injury during the Wellington Phoenix versus Central Coast Mariners match on 14 Feb 2021 and is due for surgery today. DeVere’s return to play is anticipated to be 10-12 week

 3 forwards gone for this weekend, new man in is Charles Lokoli-Ngoy who missed the cut for Phoenix at the start of the season.

Main central defender gone, their middle of the park defence has declined since Taylor left and with out DeVere out makes them vulnerable further than they have been this season. 

Devlin back in is a plus beside the Mexican , these 2 will have to have big games if they are to worry us. 

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