How to watch Melbourne Victory vs Western United A-League live and match preview
It's time for another Westgate Derby.
It's the second Battle of the Bridge this season, with another Melbourne Victory vs Western United encounter.
Western United have had a couple of wins on the trot, beating both Perth Glory and Newcastle Jets in recent weeks.
The Victory haven't won in their last 2 games, going down in another derby last match in the Big Blue vs Sydney FC.
Melbourne Victory vs Western United kick-off time
Melbourne Victory vs Western United is on Monday 13 March at AAMI Park, kicking off at 6pm AEDT.
How to watch Melbourne Victory vs Western United live
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Melbourne Victory vs Western United match preview
Western United beat Melbourne Victory 1-0 earlier in the season, with A-League veteran, United's Nikolai Topor-Stanley, sent off.
But when this match took place, it was under a dark atmosphere.
It occurred in the shadow of the horrendous scenes when Victory fans stormed the pitch in the game prior.
Both teams have struggled since then, with the Victory sliding to the bottom of the ladder and mostly occupying that slot since.
United have fared a little better, managing to claw their way out of the danger zone at the bottom. However, things are so tight that 1 loss could put them right back there.
This is Victory's fourth derby game in a row, so they will find themselves having to lift again for another big match.
Western United have a lot to play for because if they lose too many more games, they will miss out on the finals race for this season.
United will also be buoyed by the news that coach John Aloisi has just signed a 2-year contract extension.
We think both those motivations will be enough to get United over the line in this match.Image: Pexels
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