How to watch Western Sydney Wanderers vs Melbourne Victory A-League live and match preview
Western Sydney will be looking to keep their season alive when they host the Melbourne Victory tomorrow night.
Melbourne Victory's FFA Cup success came in the midst of a 4-game winless run in the A-League. It has seen them drop to 5th on the table, having led the leg a month ago. Most recently they suffered defeat at the hands of the plucky Newcastle.
The Wanderers have struggled for much of the season and sit second last on the table. Less than a week ago they were downed 3-1 by Melbourne City.
When is Western Sydney Wanderers vs Melbourne Victory?
Western Sydney will host Melbourne Victory at 7:05pm AEDT on Wednesday 27 March at AAMI Park in Melbourne Park, Victoria.
How to watch Western Sydney vs Melbourne Victory live
This year's A-League competition has a new home on Channel 10, 10 play and Paramount Plus. Channel 10 only shows an A-League match each Saturday night, which is also simulcast on the 10 play streaming platform.
For access to this high-stakes clash and every single match during the season, you need Paramount Plus. You can read all the details in our 2021/22 A-League viewing guide.
Stream Western Sydney Wanderers vs Melbourne Victory on Paramount Plus
Paramount Plus only launched in August 2021. Shortly after, it became the exclusive home of every A-League match. It costs $8.99 a month or a discounted price of $89.99 if you commit to a full year.
It has a 7-day free trial for new customers. You can watch Paramount Plus on iOS and Android devices, Mac, PC, Apple TV, Android TV, Telstra TV, Fetch TV or via AirPlay and Chromecast.
In addition to football, it also has over 800 combined shows and movies. Highlights include South Park, Five Bedrooms, 1883 and Dexter New Blood. For more information see our list of best shows on Paramount Plus or our hands-on review of the ViacomCBS-owned streaming service.
Who will win Wanderers vs Melbourne Victory?
Melbourne Victory will play their fourth game in 12 days with the FFA Cup final cramming their schedule significantly. It has coincided with a minor dip in A-League form that they'd be very keen to rectify.
After winning the FFA Cup, Victory's 9-game unbeaten run was ended by the Wellington Phoenix, before a home defeat to the Newcastle Jets last week.
The Wanderers have struggled to find any scoring rhythm this season with just 9 goals in 10 matches. It is hard to see them finding enough spark to defeat a Victory team that still has a title within reach.
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