Wanderers ready to repeat the trick against Seoul
AFC Champions League
Western Sydney Wanderers stunned visitors Seoul two weeks ago and with home advantage they should be supported to double the dose against their South Korean counterparts.
The 3-2 victory for the Wanderers in Seoul was the first win by an
A-League side in this season’s AFC Champions League and they rewarded their backers at a lofty 15-2.
The Wanderers have struggled for large spells of the campaign, but are in the best shape they have been all season and should be full of confidence having picked up ten points from their four league games since their victory in Seoul.
The hosts possess an unenviable goal difference of minus seven in this term's competition and lack defensive discipline, but they carry a potent attacking threat and will rely on their free-scoring frontline to silence Seoul.
The Sydney outfit have notched 12 times in their last five games and it's no surprise to see quotes of 4-7 for both teams to score.
The visitors are much better on home soil and one win in their last seven road games is a real concern.
Seoul were hit for five in Japan on their trip to second-placed Urawa Reds and are expected to make changes for their long haul to Australia.
Tony Popovic's men boast a good track record against Seoul, with two wins and three draws from five games to date, and are fancied to extend their unbeaten sequence in style.
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