WELLINGTON. Wellington Phoenix W and Western Sydney Wanderers W draw 1-1. M. Robertson scored the first goal (41′) for Wellington Phoenix W. S. Gallagher settled the score 1-1 (60′). Western Sydney Wanderers W couldn’t win even though he was superior in terms of holding the ball possession (57%)
The match was played at the Sky Stadium stadium in Wellington on Monday and it started at 12:20 pm local time. The referee was Anna-Marie Keighley assisted by Sarah Jones and Heloise Welch. The 4th official was Beth Rattray. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant around 21.4 degrees Celsius or 70.52 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 67%.
Western Sydney Wanderers W was in firm control of the ball 57% while Wellington Phoenix W was struggling with a 43% ball possession.
Wellington Phoenix W was more aggressive with 55 dangerous attacks and 5 shots of which 1 were on target. However, this did not suffice for Wellington Phoenix W to win the match.
Wellington Phoenix W shot 5 times, 1 on target, 4 off target. On the opposite side, Western Sydney Wanderers W shot 4 times, 1 on target, 3 off target.
Wellington Phoenix W received 1 yellow card (Grace Cecilia Wisnewski). Talking about the opposition, Western Sydney Wanderers W received 1 yellow card (Sheridan Gallagher).
After playing this encounter, Wellington Phoenix W will have 0 points like Western Sydney Wanderers W to stay in the 11th place. Regarding the opposition, Western Sydney Wanderers W will have 0 points like Wellington Phoenix W to stay in the 10th place.
Emily Louise Foy Clegg
Te Reremoana Walker
Grace Cecilia Wisnewski
Grace Cecilia Wisnewski
Western Sydney Wanderers W will host Melbourne City W on the 8th of January with a 5-2 head to head in favor of Melbourne City W (0 draws).
Wellington Phoenix W: Formation and Lineups
The manager Natalie Lawrence chose to play with the following team: Brianna Jayne Edwards, Michaela Foster, Saskia Vosper, Mackenzie Dale Barry, Marisa Isabel Van Der Meer, Betsy Hassett, Chloe Knott, Grace Cecilia Wisnewski, Michaela Robertson, Ava Pritchard and Emily Louise Foy Clegg.
Wellington Phoenix W could not rely on the presence of Claudia Cicco (injured).
Wellington Phoenix W made 4 changes: Saskia Vosper for Claudia Cicco (68′), Emily Louise Foy Clegg for Charlotte Lancaster (68′), M. Robertson for Te Reremoana Walker (82′) and Grace Cecilia Wisnewski for Zoe McMeeken (90′).
Western Sydney Wanderers W: Formation and Lineups
Talking about the opposition, Kat Smith played with: Jordyn Bloomer, Clare Hunt, Lauren Keir, Amy Harrison, Malia Steinmetz, Bethany Gordon, Danika Matos, Sheridan Gallagher, Alexia Apostolakis, Sophie Harding and Cushla Rue.
Western Sydney Wanderers W made 3 changes: Sheridan Gallagher for Olivia Price (74′), Amy Harrison for Holly Caspers (75′) and Cushla Rue for Jitka Chlastáková (82′).
Results of the day
These are the results of the day in the W-League