Melbourne City had the bye in Round 8 and should be nice and fresh heading into this home game against Perth Glory. Prior to the break City were 3-2 winners on the road against the Wanderers, which took their season record to a fantastic 5-1-1.
On the other hand, Glory have had a really tough time this season and look nothing like the side that won the Premiership last campaign. They were 1-0 losers away to Victory last weekend and 3-1 losers at home to Sydney the week prior. Clearly, Melbourne City are the better of the two clubs this season and are deserving favourites at home in this fixture.
They hold a perfect 3-0-0 record at home and the Wolf feels they’ll build on that with a win over the out of sorts Glory. After sitting out Round 8 with a bye, Melbourne City are back in action this week, hosting Perth Glory in a blockbuster Friday night clash.
The Glory face back-to-back trips to the venue and will be eager to bounce back from last week's 1-0 loss to Melbourne Victory. While City will be eager to restore their spot at the top, as we prepare for a enthralling clash at home.
City are undefeated in their past 16 fixtures at AAMI Park, extending back to last season.
In fixtures that include both the FFA Cup and A-League, City have continued to perform in front of the team's home fans.
With four wins on the bounce in the A-League at the venue, City will be eager to make it five for only the second time in the Club's history - their current record stands at five A-League wins in a row to open the 2013 season.
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