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    16/17 HAL Round 3 | Western Sydney v Newcastle Jets | Sun 23 Oct 2016, 7:00PM

    I think we are in with a chance yet again. Plus its the first wanderers game at spotless so western sydney won't be used to playing on that surface so that could fall in favour.

    Jets 2-1 I'm predicting. Wayne brown superstrike again please.

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    Jets 3 - Wanderers 1

    Jets to lose the three points a week later when the RBB successfully claim Jets fans were responsible for ripping flares in the RBB supporters area.

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    Jeterpool is away this week so no stats.
    If you're coming to Spotless to watch the game, feel free to join the away supporters from 5pm at Whelan's Strathfield Hotel.
    If you can't attend in Sydney, then join fellow Jets fans at Premier Hotel from 6pm.
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    Wanderers 2-1. I feel like this game will go the same way as last season's first match against them in Newy.

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    Some rudimentary stats and a match preview while Jeterpool is away
    2016/17 HYUNDAI A-LEAGUE – ROUND 3 MATCH PREVIEW – WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS VS NEWCASTLE UNITED JETS FC
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    2016/2017 Hyundai A-League
    Season 12 Round 3

    Western Sydney Wanderers FC vs Newcastle United Jets FC

    When: Sunday 23rd October, 2016
    Where: Spotless Stadium, Grand Parade, Olympic Park NSW 2127
    Kickoff: 7pm AEDST (gates open 6pm)

    Away Supporters
    Tickets: Ticketmaster Link
    Purchase your tickets in Bay 237 to sit with the away supporters
    Prematch: Whelans Strathfield Hotel, 27-29 Everton Rd, Strathfield from 4pm
    Train: (No prematch) Dep Broadmeadow 3:33pm Arr Olympic Park 6:25pm (change at Strathfield and then Lidcombe)
    (join prematch) Dep Broadmeadow 1:33pm Arr Strathfield 3:56pm Dep Strathfield 6:05pm Arr Olympic Park 6:25pm (change at Lidcombe)

    Not Travelling?
    Join fellow Jets supporters from 6pm at our new venue The Premier Hotel to watch the away game LIVE. All supporters are welcome – u18’s will need to be accompanied by a supervising adult.
    If you sign up to become a Premier Hotel member for $10, you receive $10 in credit on your card. Ask for a membership form at the bar. A Premier Hotel membership gets you a 5% discount on food & drink not only at Premier but also at Junction Hotel & Sunnyside Tavern. You can purchase members only schooner cards – 10 schooners of local tap beers $55 or 10 schooners of craft tap beers $65.

    Watch: LIVE on Foxsports 4 and FoxSports 4HD
    Listen: ABC Grandstand Radio online/app or EON Sports Radio app
    Tweet: @newyboys #NTUA #WSWvNEW


    FIXTURE FACTS
    Overall – 12 matches between the two teams.
    Jets Wins - 3, Wanderers Wins - 6, Drawn - 3
    In Newcastle – 6 matches.
    Jets Wins - 0, Wanderers Wins - 4, Drawn - 2
    In Sydney - 6 matches
    Jets Wins - 3, Wanderers Wins - 2, Drawn - 1
    Goals in Fixture
    Jets – 12, Wanderers - 17
    In Newcastle -
    Jets – 4, Wanderers - 10
    1st Goals in Fixture
    Jets – 4, Wanderers - 8
    Cards in Fixture
    Jets - 26 (24 yellow, 2 red), Wanderers 16 (16 yellow, 0 red)
    Recent Form (FFA Cup & A-League)
    Jets - LDW (4 points in two HAL games)
    Wanderers - WWLLW (3 points in two HAL games)
    Leading Scorers
    Jets - Milos Trifunovic (9)
    Wanderers – Mitch Nichols (9)
    Last Result -
    Jets 0 – Wanderers 1 (Sotirio 17') at Hunter Stadium, A-League, Round 23, 13/03/2016.

    FIXTURE RECORDS

    Biggest Win
    Jets 2 (Jaliens 37’, Taggart 64’) – Wanderers 0, Round 21, Season 2013/14 at Pirtek Stadium, 02/03/2014.
    Heaviest Defeat
    Jets 0 – Wanderers 3 (Bridge 6’, 33’, Visconte 80’), Round 27, Season 2012/13 at Hunter Stadium, 29/03/2013.
    Leading Scorers in fixture –
    Jets - Adam Taggart (3)
    Wanderers - Mark Bridge (5)

    COACHING
    Coaches Head to Head – 0 matches
    Mark Jones - 0 wins, Tony Popovic - 0 wins
    Newcastle Jets A-League Coaching Records –
    • Scott Miller - 3 matches (0 wins, 0 drawn, 3 losses = 0% win ratio)
    • Phil Stubbins - 3 matches (1 win, 2 drawn, 0 losses = 33% win ratio)
    • Gary Van Egmond – 4 matches (1 win, 0 drawn and 3 losses = 25% win ratio)
    • Richard Money - No Matches
    • Branko Culina - No Matches
    • Nick Theodorakopoulos - No Matches
    • Craig Deans - No Matches
    • Clayton Zane – 2 matches (1 win, 1 drawn, 0 losses = 50% win ratio)

    Western Sydney Wanderers Coach Record – Tony Popovic 50% win ratio (6 wins, 3 drawn, 3 losses)

    KEY FACTS:
    General

    • While Jets have never defeated Western Sydney at home, they have a 50% win record in away fixtures against them.
    • Newcastle have played the Wanderers twice on a Sunday, with one win and one loss.
    • This is the first ever match for Western Sydney Wanderers at Spotless Stadium, while Pirtek Stadium is being demolished and rebuilt.

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    Lose.
    Doomed.
    Etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plague View Post
    Lose.
    Doomed.
    Etc.
    So you mean 4-0 Jets?
    Dare to Zlatan

    Originally Posted by Grimario

    He won't make that mistake at Newcastle since our team is full of number 2's.

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    I think we will surprise people this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimario View Post
    I think we will surprise everyone this weekend.
    We have a better record away to them, as opposed to never winning against them at home
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    I left my response suitably vague so that it could be interpreted as "the people who thought we were going to win were surprised by how shit we were and losing by 4" OR "the people that thought we were going to lose were surprised that we backed up a solid performance with a gutsy away win"

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    Draw 2-2. Hoole finally scores.
    Question, whats wrong with kokko? In the jets squad of 17 no mention of him nor is there mention of him in the "unavailable" category

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    Quote Originally Posted by sorefootballer View Post
    Draw 2-2. Hoole finally scores.
    Question, whats wrong with kokko? In the jets squad of 17 no mention of him nor is there mention of him in the "unavailable" category
    He went off with an achilles injury but no idea how crocked he is.

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    Wankerers to loose

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry View Post
    Wankerers to loose
    ......their shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sorefootballer View Post
    Question, whats wrong with kokko?
    In keeping with what makes the internet great, i watched the 10mins or so of the game he played and he is injury prone and has no intention of playing here.
    We should sack/sell/set fire to him immediately.
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    Nabbout to suffer knee injury in first 10mins as a result of Poppa's predictable instructions to take out oppositions most dangerous player from the outset.

    And the the other sure thing will be the little shortass grub Santalab to hack some poor unsuspecting bugger from behind or get hit by an invisible sniper from the crowd whilst he is in the box to milk a pen.

    PS and a flare or three for those toughies at FFA to very gently slap them on the wrist again, but nothing more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plague View Post
    In keeping with what makes the internet great, i watched the 10mins or so of the game he played and he is injury prone and has no intention of playing here.
    We should sack/sell/set fire to him immediately.
    He can take Noddy with him... he will never be fit enough to play like jerks did in second half last Sunday
    Dare to Zlatan

    Originally Posted by Grimario

    He won't make that mistake at Newcastle since our team is full of number 2's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 380 View Post
    Poppa's predictable instructions to take out oppositions most dangerous player from the outset.
    This is their usual grub game plan. Could use Zads for 15 mins to sortem out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 380 View Post
    Lose

    Nabbout to suffer knee injury in first 10mins as a result of Poppa's predictable instructions to take out oppositions most dangerous player from the outset.

    And the the other sure thing will be the little shortass grub Santalab to hack some poor unsuspecting bugger from behind or get hit by an invisible sniper from the crowd whilst he is in the box to milk a pen.

    PS and a flare or three for those toughies at FFA to very gently slap them on the wrist again, but nothing more.
    +1 to all of the above, apart from lose. 50/50 for me.

    Good luck to all those traveling down to Skidmark Stadium today...and don't forget your flak jacket!!

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    3-1 Wanderers

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