MLC VS BRB Dream11 Prediction
The inaugural fixture of the Australian League is all set to witness a gripping battle between the two oldest rivals of the competition Melbourne City and Brisbane Roar. Melbourne City registered a thumping victory over South Melbourne in their last FFA cup game by 3-0. Brisbane Roar also advanced in the FFA Cup after a convincing victory over Queensland Lions by 4-0. As Melbourne and Brisbane face in the opening match, the standings are currently nil as all the clubs deeply anticipate the championship. The statistics between the two sides favor Melbourne City to have an edge over Brisbane Roar. However, the unpredictable nature of the game can truly swing the result in any direction as it is difficult to ascertain a pre-winner in the most loved game across the world.
- Date: 19th November 2021
- Time: 02:15 pm
- Venue: Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne.
- Live Stream: Star Sports Network.
Head to Head: Melbourne City vs Brisbane Roar
- Matches Played: 35
- Melbourne City Won: 17
- Brisbane Roar Won: 12
- Draw: 6
The classic encounters between the two never satisfy the enthusiasm amongst the fans. Melbourne City leads the bitter face-off against Brisbane Roar through a decisive lead of five matches.
- Melbourne City Current Form: D L W W W
- Brisbane Roar Current Form: W L L W W
- Connor Metcalfe
The most brilliant attacker in the current Melbourne team is none other than Connor Metcalfe. Connor has handled the Melbourne attack brilliantly and is our top pick of the match against Brisbane Roar.
2. Craig Noone
Craig Noone will lead the midfield for Melbourne and play a crucial role in defending the Brisbane attack. Noone has extraordinary all-round abilities that takes him into our top pick of the match against the witch-hunters.
- Dylan Halls
Dylan Halls is the center-forward for the Brisbane Roar and is leading the side exceptionally well. Halls is the top goal scorer in this season and is also one of the most probable goal scorer against Melbourne.
- Corey Brown
Australian midfielder Corey Brown has been one of the most experienced player for the Brisbane side and his excellent skills will help Brisbane to earn a competitive advantage over Melbourne.
Tom Glover; Scott Jamieson, Curtis Good, Rostyn Griffiths, Ben Garuccio; Marco Tilio, Aiden O’Neill, Florin Berenguer; Craig Noone, Jamie Maclaren, Connor Metcalfe
Jamie Young; Scott Neville, Macaulay Gillesphey, Tom Aldred; Jack Hingert, Josh Brindell-South, Corey Brown, Jay O’Shea, Rahmat Akbari; Riku Danzaki, Dylan Wenzell-Halls
Melbourne City is in tremendous form and has an upper hand over Brisbane Roar and is likely to win the inaugural game.
- Melbourne City- 60%
- Brisbane Roar- 40%
- Our Prediction: Melbourne City 2-1 Brisbane Roar
- Goalkeeper: Young
- Defenders: Good, Jamieson, Neville, Aldred
- Midfielders: Brown, Shea, Noone
- Attackers: Metcalfe (C), Maclaren, Halls (VC)