Liberty A-League Match Preview | Perth Glory v Melbourne Victory

Match Details

Perth Glory v Melbourne Victory
Date: Saturday 18 November
Kick-off Time: 10:00pm (AEDT)
Venue: Macedonia Park, Perth


Victory claimed their second consecutive win of the season after last week’s dominant performance against the Newcastle Jets at The Home of The Matildas.

Young Matilda Rachel Lowe is coming off a season-best performance after scoring her first two goals in blue and putting in a Player of the Match performance.

Ella O’Grady scored once again after coming off the bench and is starting to make it a habit.

Our girls in blue now only sit one point out of finals and six points behind league leaders Perth Glory.

“They’re a team that is full of confidence. They’re a hard-working side with a fair amount of really good individual players,” Head Coach Jeff Hopkins said.

“The first thing is that in those one-on-one confrontations, those one-on-one duels, we’ve got to make sure that we come out on top all over the park and I think that’ll go a real big way to us winning the game over there.”

We’ve won four of our last six A-League Women matches against Perth Glory (D1, L1); and have won our last two away matches against the Glory without conceding a single goal.



Melbourne Victory 1-1 Perth Glory
January 6, 2023
AAMI Park, Melbourne


2022/23 (Dec 11): Perth Glory 0-3 Melbourne Victory
2021/22 (Feb 19): Melbourne Victory 0-2 Perth Glory
2020/21 (Feb 7): Melbourne Victory 6-0 Perth Glory


1.Lydia WILLIAMS, 2.Jamilla RANKIN, 4.Sara D’APPOLONIA, 3.Tori HANSEN, 5.Jessika NASH, 6.Beattie GOAD, 7.Ella O’GRADY, 8.Alana MURPHY, 10.McKenzie WEINERT, 13.Kurea OKINO, 16.Paige ZOIS, 18.Kayla MORRISON, 19.Lia PRIVITELLI, 20.Miranda TEMPLEMAN, 21.Elise KELLOND-KNIGHT, 22.Ava BRIEDIS, 23.Rachel LOWE, 27.Rosie CURTIS

Ins: 16.Paige Zois (promoted), 19.Lia PRIVITELLI (promoted)

Outs: 9.Emily GIELNIK

Unavailable: 15.Emma CHECKER (injured)