Ins & Outs: Wanderers v Brisbane

Head coach Marko Rudan has named his extended squad for Saturday night’s clash against Brisbane Roar at CommBank Stadium.

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The Wanderers will be looking to continue their positive start to the season this Saturday night against the Roar after two back-to-back wins in their opening matches of the season.

A gritty and hard-fought performance against Melbourne Victory at AAMI Park last Saturday night saw defender Tomi Mrcela become the hero, scoring the only goal in the passionate fixture.

The Red & Black have plenty to be proud of and will be looking to make it three in a row when Brisbane come to town.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – OCTOBER 15: Tomislav Mrcela of the Wanderers (R) celebrates scoring a goal during the round two A-League Men’s match between Melbourne Victory and Western Sydney Wanderers at AAMI Park, on October 15, 2022, in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Pockett/Getty Images)

The Roar will be coming off the back of a disappointing result to high-flying Melbourne City in their first home match of the season.

Despite City being a man-down for majority of the match, the visitors dominated and defeated the Roar 2-0 at Suncorp Stadium.

Western Sydney Wanderers v Brisbane Roar
Saturday 22 October 2022, 5:00pm
CommBank Stadium

Western Sydney Wanderers FC: 1. Daniel MARGUSH (GK), 2.Gabriel CLEUR, 3.Adama TRAORE, 5.Tomi MRCELA, 6.Marcelo GUEDES (C), 7.Ramy NAJJARINE, 8.Oliver BOZANIC, 9.Kusini YENGI, 10.Milos NINKOVIC, 11.Sulejman KRPIC, 12.Ruon TONGYIK, 17.Romain AMALFITANO, 19.Daniel WILMERING, 20.Lawrence THOMAS (GK), 21.Jarrod CARLUCIO, 23.Yeni NGABKOTO, 26.Brandon BORRELLO, 28.Calem NIEUWENHOF, 33.Alex BONETIG, 35.Zac SAPSFORD.

Ins: 8.Oliver BOZANIC (promoted), 23.Yeni NGBAKOTO (promoted), 19.Daniel WILMERING (promoted)

Outs: 32.Nathaniel BLAIR (not selected)

Unavailable: 30.Jack WARSHAWSKY (national team duty), 36.Alessandro LOPANE (national team duty), 37.Alex BADOLATO (national team duty)