ADELAIDE. Adelaide United W was able to reverse the score against Perth Glory W to win 2-1. All goals were scored in the second half. It was Perth Glory W to strike first with a goal of H. Blake at the 49′. Then it was an own goal in the 52′ minute to make things even for 1-1. Eventually, F. Worts gave the win to Adelaide United W in the 70′ minute.
The match was played at the Adelaide Shores Football Centre stadium in Adelaide on Saturday and it started at 2:30 pm local time. The referee was Bec Mackie with the support of Maggie Price and Amber Morris. The 4th official was Isabella Blaess. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant at 24.5 degrees Celsius or 76.15 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 54%.
- 52 Ball Possession 48
- 15 Total 11
- 4 On Target 4
- 8 Off Target 6
- 3 Shots blocked 1
- 94 Attack 71
- 36 Dangerous attack 27
- 0 Ball safe 0
- 0 Penalties 0
- 3 Corners 4
- 1 Off Sides 4
- 10 Total 11
- 0 Yellow Cards 3
- 0 Double Yellow 0
- 0 Red Card 0
- 3 Substitutions 4
None of the teams was particularly dominant in terms of ball possession. Adelaide United W was in possession of the ball for 52% of the time vs. Perth Glory W that controlled the ball for 48% of the time.
Attitude and shots
Adelaide United W was putting more pressure with 36 dangerous attacks and 15 shots of which 4 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Adelaide United W won the match.
Adelaide United W shot 15 times, 4 on target, 8 off target. On the other side, Perth Glory W shot 11 times, 4 on target, 6 off target.
Adelaide United W didn’t receive any yellow card. Talking about the opposition, Perth Glory W received 3 yellow cards (S. Sakalis, E. Anton and K. Carroll).
After this encounter, Adelaide United W will have 17 points to hold in the 8th place. On the opposite side, Perth Glory W will stay with 19 points to hold in the 7th place.
In the next match in the W-League, Adelaide United W will play away with Sydney W on the 25th of March with a 5-2 head to head stats in favor of Sydney W (0 draws).
Perth Glory W will play away agasint Brisbane Roar W on the 1st of April with a 4-1 head to head record in favor of Perth Glory W (1 draw).
Adelaide United W – Formation
The manager Adrian Stena decided to play with the following team: Annalee Grove, Maruschka Waldus, Jenna McCormick, Emily Hodgson, Dylan Holmes, Melindaj Barbieri, Meisha Westland, Nanako Sasaki, Katie Bowler, Zoe Tolland and Fiona Worts.
The home team had on the bench: Erin Kontoutsikos, , Jenna Farrow and Paige Hayward.
Adelaide United W could not rely on the presence of P. Hayward (injured).
Adelaide United W made 2 changes: F. Worts for Paige Hayward (89′) and Z. Tolland for Erin Kontoutsikos (90′).
Perth Glory W – Formation
Alexander Epakis played with: Morgan Aquino, Kim Carroll, Elizabeth Anton, Natasha Rigby, Sofia Sakalis, Isabella Foletta, Sadie Lawrence, Hana Ann Lowry, S. Cain, Hannah Blake and Cyera Hintzen.
These were the players on the bench: Abbey Green, Ella Mastrantonio, Alana Jancevski, D. Koulizakis and Sarah Willacy.
Perth Glory W made 4 changes: S. Sakalis for Abbey Green (56′), H. Lowry for Demi Koulizakis (69′), S. Cain for Ella Mastrantonio (69′) and I. Foletta for Alana Jancevski (77′).
Results of the day
These are the results of the day in the W-League.
- Brisbane Roar W – Western United W – 2-0
- Sydney W – Wellington Phoenix W – 0-1
- Adelaide United W – Perth Glory W – 2-1