Last-placed Perth Glory will entertain Brisbane Roar at Macedonia Park in the A-League on Tuesday (January 10).

The hosts returned to winning ways after three games, beating third-placed Western Sydney Wanderers 1-0 at home, thanks to Keegan Jelacic’s second-half strike.

Brisbane, meanwhile, extended their unbeaten run across competitions to eight games by winning 1-0 at Melbourne Victory on Friday. Jay O’Shea scored the only goal of the game 17 minutes from time.

Perth are last in the standings with ten points from as many games, while Brisbane, who are in fifth place, are ten points adrift of leaders Melbourne City (25).


Perth Glory vs Brisbane Roar Head-to-Head and Key Numbers

  • The two teams have locked horns 47 times across competitions since 2006. Brisbane have been the better team, leading 23-14, while ten games have ended in draws.
  • Three of their last five meetings have produced over 2.5 goals, while ten of their 11 meetings in Perth have seen over 2.5 goals.
  • No team has played more draws (6) in the A-League than Brisbane, while the two teams have won the fewest games (3) in the league this term.
  • Perth have the worst attacking record in the A-League this season, scoring eight goals, while Brisbane have not fared much better, scoring nine.
  • The visitors have the best defensive record in the competition, conceding seven goals in ten goals, while Perth have conceded 15 in ten outings.

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Perth Glory vs Brisbane Roar Prediction

Brisbane won 4-1 at Perth in their last league outing in March. It was their first win there since 2018, and they will look to continue that form.

Perth are unbeaten at home this season, while Brisbane haven’t lost on their travels, so a draw seems like a likely outcome.

Prediction: Perth Glory 1-1 Brisbane Roar


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Perth Glory vs Brisbane Roar Betting Tips

Tip 1: Result – Draw

Tip 2: Goals – Over/Under 2.5 Goals – Under 2.5

Tip 3: Brisbane to score first – Yes

Tip 4: At least one goal to be scored in the second half – Yes