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    Hellenic Athletic Club vs Western Sydney Wanderers 7/08/2018 8:00PM


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    Hellenic Athletic Club vs Western Sydney Wanderers
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    Date: 07/08/18
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 8:30PM EST
    Round: Round of 32
    Competition: FFA Cup
    Location: Darwin, Northern Territory
    Stadium: Darwin Football Stadium

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    Whilst I think this will be a positive result, I think this will be a real test of conditioning. I'm not sure what temps and humidity is like at the moment in the top end, but even walking from the cab to the teminal at darwin airport feels like walking through wet concrete.

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    9 minutes ago, ZachMercer said:

    Whilst I think this will be a positive result, I think this will be a real test of conditioning. I'm not sure what temps and humidity is like at the moment in the top end, but even walking from the cab to the teminal at darwin airport feels like walking through wet concrete.

    At 7:15pm now it is currently 30 degrees with 31% humidity. Tomorrow the forecast is slightly cooler but more humid.

    It's going to be a shock to the system for the players.

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    6 hours ago, wswnick said:

    From memory licensing only allows is to be shown on small screens. Can't be cast to a TV.

    It has the WSW match this week along with the the Fox Sports one.

    Edit: NVM, I see it's an official a-league app. 

    Also I have the Fox Sports News app on Apple Tv, will it be on that? I seem to remember one of the early FFA Cup games being free on that a couple years ago. 

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    Nope. Anyway I guess I can buy a $5 telstra weekly pass and use that for the official app?

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    10 hours ago, mack said:

    Do you have a Foxtel subscription?

    I don't but my old man does. I will be using that to watch the game tonight

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    17 hours ago, Taurus said:

    IIRC, 18 travelled to Darwin.

    To be omitted - 

    17 Keanu Baccus - suspended 2 games

    19 Mark Bridge - Foot injury

    20 Vedran Janjetovic - Pelvis injury

    33 Tate Russell - Calf Injury

    47 Mo Al-Tayy - Played NPL2 Sunday

    48 Adrian Valenti - Suspended NPL2 Sunday

    49 Abe Majok - Played NPL2 Sunday

    Others

    16 Jaushua Sotirio - Out of favour

    23 Lachlan Scott - Out of favour

     

    Will we see Tokich get game time this season?

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    How bad is Vedran's injury?

    The game is streamed on the Foxsports FFA Cup website like all the other non broadcast games. At least now they show all the games, unlike in early years when you couldn't watch it. Hook the laptop up to TV, Cast the tab via chromecast or use SteamLink to mirror your desktop. There are multiple ways.

    Seems Foxsports like Bentleigh greens and are showing that game instead, despite them always being on TV. Probably more so because the crowd will be decent and it'll be interesting to see how Rudan goes with his Nix.

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    3 hours ago, Paul01 said:

    Will we see Tokich get game time this season?

    I'm sure I've posted this somewhere already, but here goes 

    My anticipated starting 11 for tonight 

    Nizic

    Elrich, Tass, Hamill, Raul

    Baccus (Snr), Tokich

    Grozos

    Kamau, Riera, Roly.

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    Lineup in:

    Nizic (GK), Llorente (RB), Hamill, Tass, Elrich (LB), Tokich, Grozos, Baccus Snr, Roly (RW), Riera, Kamau (LW).

    Subs: Fitz, O'Doherty, Tongyik, Roberts, Suman.

    Not sure how the midfield will setup, I'd guess probably Baccus as the holding mid with Tokich & Grozos as an attacking mid duo.

    Although Tony Tannous thinks Elrich & Kamau are on the right with Llorente & Roly on the left, Baccus/Tokich in midfield with Grozos ahead.

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    5 minutes ago, mack said:

    Lineup in:

    Nizic (GK), Llorente (RB), Hamill, Tass, Elrich (LB), Tokich, Grozos, Baccus Snr, Roly (RW), Riera, Kamau (LW).

    Subs: Fitz, O'Doherty, Tongyik, Roberts, Suman.

    Not sure how the midfield will setup, I'd guess probably Baccus as the holding mid with Tokich & Grozos as an attacking mid duo.

    Although Tony Tannous thinks Elrich & Kamau are on the right with Llorente & Roly on the left, Baccus/Tokich in midfield with Grozos ahead.

    They will line up in the manner I posted earlier.

    Club are playing games to put our opponents off

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    1 minute ago, Taurus said:

    They will line up in the manner I posted earlier.

    Club are playing games to put our opponents off

    I was gonna say...?

    Elrich is right footed, Llorente a leftie.

    SUPER pumped to see grozos

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    Just now, GoatyMcGoatFace said:

    roly means a loss

    Thats the spirit Goaty!

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    Is it being broadcast on radio....?...........the only FFA Cup stream I can find is Gold Coast v Newcastle.......

     

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    5 minutes ago, sonar said:

    Thanks .......but I don't have Fox....lol

    dont need foxtel for that do you?

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    4 minutes ago, Horus said:

    dont need foxtel for that do you?

    You can log on with a news.com.au account

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    4 minutes ago, Horus said:

    dont need foxtel for that do you?

    I think you need to be a subscriber to either telstra or fox

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    5 minutes ago, Horus said:

    dont need foxtel for that do you?

    No you can signup up for fox sports digital subscription $5 a month, (it’s not full fox sports just the FFA cup games they are streaming) worth it to watch the game I guess other option is do a 2 week trial of Foxtel now (streaming version of Foxtel) that has it  free subscription to fox sports website and you can cancel later.

     

     

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