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W-League: Western United W conquers Perth Glory W after recovering from a 2-1 deficit

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PERTH. Western United W succeeded in turn the table against Perth Glory W.

PERTH. Western United W was able to turn the table against Perth Glory W. Western United W took advantage of its superior ball possession (56%).

The match was played at the Macedonia Park stadium in Perth on Sunday and it started at 4:00 pm local time. The referee was Caitlin Williams with the help of Danielle Anderson and Jessica Byrd. The 4th official was Shane Skinner. The weather was clear. The temperature was pleasant around 24.9 degrees Celsius or 76.82 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 56%.​

Match Statistics

Western United W was in firm control of the ball 56% while Perth Glory W was struggling with a 44% ball possession.

Western United W was more aggressive with 61 dangerous attacks and 16 shots of which 7 were on target. Which is one of the reasons Western United W won the encounter.​

Perth Glory W shot 7 times, 4 on target, 3 off target. On the other side, Western United W shot 16 times, 7 on target, 9 off target.


Perth Glory W received 1 yellow card (Sofia Sakalis). Talking about the opposition, Western United W received 2 yellow cards (Hillary Elizabeth Beall and Sydney Cummings).

After playing this match, Perth Glory W will stay with 5 points like Canberra United W to stay in the 9th place. On the other side, Western United W will have 12 points like Melbourne Victory W and Adelaide United W to stay in the 3rd place.

Match Events

  • 7'

    Rylee Baisden

    Cyera Hintzen

  • 17'

    Hannah Keane

  • 40'

    Natasha Rigby

  • 41'

    Sofia Sakalis

  • 43'

    Hillary Elizabeth Beall

  • 53'

    Hana Lowry

  • 59'

    Aimee Medwin

    Julia Sardo

  • 59'

    Chloe Logarzo

    Adriana Taranto

  • 67'

    Chloe Logarzo

    Jessica McDonald

  • 67'

    Demi Koulizakis

    Rylee Baisden

  • 75'

    Sydney Cummings

  • 75'

    Gabriella Lindsay Coleman

    Sadie Lawrence

  • 78'

    Aleksandra Sinclair

    Kahli Mary Johnson

  • 82'

    Natasha Dakic

    Emma Robersc

  • 86'

    Demi Koulizakis (OG)

  • 89'

    Alana Jancevski

    Isabella Wallhead

  • 89'

    Susan Phonsongkham

    Hana Lowry

  • 90'

    Alana Jancevski

Next match

In the upcoming W-League match, Perth Glory W will play away with Melbourne Victory W on the 6th of January with a 6-1 head to head in favor of Melbourne Victory W (1 draw).

Western United W will host Wellington Phoenix W on the 7th of January with a 1-0 head to head statistic in favor of Western United W (0 draws).

Perth Glory W: Formation and Lineups

The manager Alexander Epakis chose to play with the following team: Sarah Willacy, Kim Carroll, Elizabeth Anton, Natasha Rigby, Sofia Sakalis, Ella Mastrantonio, Sadie Lawrence, Hana Ann Lowry, Isabella Rose Wallhead, Rylee Baisden and Cyera Hintzen.


Perth Glory W made only 1 change substituting Sadie Lawrence for Gabriella Lindsay Coleman (75′)​.

Western United W: Formation and Lineups

On the opposite side, Mark Torcaso played with: Hillary Elizabeth Beall, Julia Sardo, Sydney Cummings, Melissa Taranto, Adriana Taranto, Emma Robersc, Alana Cerne, Stacey Papadopoulos, Jessica McDonald, Hannah Keane and Kahli Mary Johnson.


Western United W made only 1 change substituting Julia Sardo for Aimee Medwin (59′)​.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the W-League


Rubio Fidel

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