How to watch Perth Glory vs Shanghai Shenhua AFC Champions League live in Australia
Perth Glory are poised to resume their AFC Champions League campaign. Here's how to watch.
Perth's first ever AFC Champions League game ended in defeat against FC Tokyo way back in February. Coronavirus then struck and put the tournament on hold but it is now set to relaunch in a Qatar bubble.
Glory's next opponents are Chinese giants Shanghai Shenhua, who have been ravaged by injury in their domestic competition.
When is Perth Glory vs Shanghai Shenhua AFC Champions League?
This clash kicks off at 9pm AEDT on Wednesday 18 November at Education City Stadium in Qatar.
How to watch Perth Glory vs Shanghai Shenhua in Australia
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Who will win Perth Glory vs Shanghai Shenhua?
Despite Shanghai's injury problems, they have a much bigger budget than Glory and are battle hardened from finishing seventh in the Chinese Super League.
Glory have only had a month together training under new coach Richard Garcia, who took the reins from the highly regarded Tony Popovic in September.
They have regained the services of playmaker Diego Castro but will be without striker Andy Keogh. We're leaning towards the away side grabbing all three points in this one.
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