With the tight turn-around, between fixtures, Ante Juric has assembled his squad for the task of Perth Glory on Wednesday evening at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.
It is a tough assignment for the Sky Blues who face off with a Perth Glory side that has only lost one of their last eight matches and come into this clash full of confidence after a pulsating victory over Melbourne City.
For this clash, Ante Juric has gone with a very similar squad to the one that dispatched Adelaide United with 15-year-old Indiana Dos Santos retaining her spot in the side. She is joined in the squad by her 17-year-old sister Jynaya too for this one.
Shay Hollman is named in this 20 player squad after she picked up an ankle knock in training earlier last week.
Rola Badawiya is also listed in the team to face Glory and she will be hoping to get on the scoresheet once again like she did in Canberra.
Unfortunately, Charlotte McLean remains sidelined with her broken cheekbone and Taylor Ray is very close to being back to fitness but is not quite up to speed just yet.
Sydney FC squad: 1. Jada WHYMAN (GK), 2. Mary STANIC-FLOODY, 4. Anna GREEN, 5. Kirsty FENTON, 6. Sarah HUNTER, 7. Teigan COLLISTER, 8. Rachel LOWE, 9. Madison HALEY, 11. Cortnee VINE, 12. Natalie TOBIN (c), 14. Abbey LEMON, 15. Mackenzie HAWKESBY, 16. Deborah-Anne DE LA HARPE, 17. Jynaya DOS SANTOS, 19. Charlize RULE, 20. Princess IBINI, 21. Shay HOLLMAN, 22. Indiana DOS SANTOS, 25. Rola BADAWIYA, 30. Katie OFFER (GK).
(4 to be omitted)
Ins: 7. Teigan COLLISTER (promoted), 17. Jynaya DOS SANTOS (promoted), 21. Shay HOLLMAN (return from injury), 25. Rola BADAWIYA (promoted).
Unavailable: 3. Charlotte MCLEAN (expected 2 weeks – fractured cheekbone), 18. Taylor RAY (injured).
Sydney FC v Perth Glory
Liberty A-League Round 11
Wednesday 29th March 2023
Netstrata Jubilee Stadium, Kogarah, NSW
Kick Off: 7pm AEDT
Gates Open: 6pm AEDT
Broadcast Live: Paramount+ & 10Play
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