How to watch Melbourne Victory vs Brisbane Roar A-League live and match preview
Melbourne Victory will seek to build more momentum when they welcome Brisbane Roar to town.
Tony Popovic already has Melbourne Victory humming after his new side rolled Western United 1-0 in a hard fought opening round clash. Roderick Miranda found the net for the winning goal in the 75th minute.
Brisbane Roar weren't disgraced in their opening round defeat to Melbourne City, with a 71st-minute goal to Luke Ivanovic sparking hopes of a fight back, but they ultimately succumbed 2-1.
When is Melbourne Victory vs Brisbane Roar
Melbourne Victory will host Brisbane at 4:05pm AEDT on Sunday 28 November at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
How to watch Melbourne Victory vs Brisbane Roar
This year's A-League competition has a new home on Channel 10, 10 play and Paramount Plus.
Channel 10 will broadcast an A-League match every Saturday night at 7:30pm AEDT during the season, which will also be simulcast on the 10 play streaming platform.
For access to every single game during the season, you need Paramount Plus. You can read all the details in our 2021/22 A-League viewing guide.
Stream Melbourne Victory vs Brisbane Roar on Paramount Plus
Paramount Plus was officially launched in August and costs $8.99 a month. There is also a discounted annual price of $89.99 which could be the smart option at this early stage of the season.
The new service will be the home of Australia's A-League and W-League football competitions. It has a 7-day free trial for new customers.
Who will win Melbourne Victory vs Brisbane Roar?
The Tony Popovic effect was on full display last week with Melbourne Victory keeping a clean sheet and securing all 3 points. Melbourne Victory had won just 11 of their previous 52 A-League matches and conceded a league high 60 goals last season.
Brisbane Roar have been ranked second defensively over the last 2 seasons so this is likely to be a genuine arm wrestle with goals very hard to come by. As it stands right now if someone is going to find a breakthrough it is more likely to be the Victory.
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