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A-League Tips – Wednesday August 12
Perth Glory v Western United FC
Bankwest Stadium | 5:35 PM (AEST)
Perth open as convincing $1.91 favourites here, with the Draw at $3.75 and Western United out at $4. The Glory has had a decent season so far, doing enough to sit in 5th place with 37 points.
Western United are 2 places and 4 points behind, although they do have a couple of games in hand. Perth has been relatively inconsistent since the return to play, evidenced by an awful 4-0 defeat to Melbourne Victory last time out.
Western United have been able to string some decent results together, winning 3 of their last 4. These sides are very similar in quality and Western United have the motivational edge, making the current odds a little surprising.
Western United +1 looks like a solid option, especially at $1.83 odds. I’d lean towards a draw at $3.75, but a straight-up United win isn’t out of the question. 1-1 at $7 is probably the best out of the scorecast options.
Draw/Draw at $5.50 is decent value, but Western United/Draw at $14 looks very appealing. I can see both sides getting on the scoresheet here, but there’s probably a little value in under 2.5 goals at $2.17.
Western Sydney Wanderers v Melbourne Victory
Bankwest Stadium | 8:10 PM (AEST)
The Victory opens as a surprise $2.50 favourites here, with Western Sydney at $2.63 and the Draw out at $3.75. Neither side has been too impressive this season, currently sitting 9th and 10th out of 11 respectively.
The Wanderers have fared slightly better, securing 30 points from 25 games and sitting 5 points off the top 6. Their results since lockdown haven’t been good enough, especially in a 3-1 defeat to Perth and 5-3 defeat to Western United.
Melbourne is in the midst of an awful campaign, sitting 7 points behind the Wanderers on 23. They’ve also been largely awful since lockdown, but a 4-0 win over Perth last time out showed some promising signs.
Neither side has anything tangible to play for here, so I don’t mind the Draw at $3.75. A 1-1 draw would be my predicted scoreline at $6.50, but 2-2 at $10 isn’t too bad either. Draw/Draw at $5.50 is also solid, while either side/Draw at $12 could be perceived as even better value.
The handicap bet isn’t worth worrying about at current odds, nor is the over/under 2.5 goals market. I would expect both sides to score here, but the current $1.50 on offer doesn’t look too appealing.