How to watch Western United vs Perth Glory A-League live and match preview
Western United will be eager to land their first points of the A-League season when they host Perth Glory.
Western United would be frustrated with their first-round loss to Melbourne Victory, with the home side producing plenty of chances before coughing up a goal in the 75th minute.
Perth Glory fought out a 1-1 draw in an entertaining clash with Adelaide at home in the opening round.
When is Western United vs Perth Glory
Western United will host Perth Glory at 7:45pm AEDT on Friday 26 November at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
How to watch Western United vs Perth Glory
Broadcasting rights for the A-League have been won by Channel 10 and 10 play, which is showing 1 game per week, plus its streaming platform Paramount Plus. The new home of Australian football has a 7-day free trial for new customers. We have a viewing guide for the 2021/22 A-League season for you.
Stream Western United vs Perth Glory on Paramount Plus
Paramount Plus was officially launched in August 2021 and costs $8.99 per month after the free trial period. You can also get a discounted annual pass for $89.99.
The new service is the home of Australia's A-League and subscribers have access to all games of Australia's leading domestic competition live and on demand.
Who will win Western United vs Perth Glory?
Timing hasn't done Perth any favours coming into this contest. It is one of the longest road trips in world sport and comes 48 hours after an FFA Cup tie against Melbourne Victory.
They left a few players out for that midweek match but it will certainly have an impact on Richard Garcia's options coming into this one.
Generally when these 2 sides have met, the contest opens up in the second half. A total of 16 goals have been scored in the 4 meetings to date, with 4 coming in the first half and 12 in the second, so will Perth show any fatigue that can be exploited?
Western United looked solid enough in the opening round and a repeat performance might just see them sneak home.
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