News – AU – In the form of Maclaren a threat to hikers


Melbourne City attacker Jamie Maclaren has a chance to further improve his impressive hit rate against Western Sydney Wanderers

A-League: Adelaide United and the Western Sydney Wanderers played a 5-goal thriller at Bankwest Stadium that saw Red Craig Goodwin steal the headlines

Western Sydney Wanderers must correct their defensive weaknesses in order to stop formidable Melbourne City striker Jamie Maclaren at Bankwest Stadium on Tuesday night

Wanderers coach Carl Robinson was disappointed with his side’s defense in the 3-2 home defeat to Adelaide United at the weekend

Western Sydney have conceded five goals in the last two games, which is not a good sign for City’s Socceroos shooter Maclaren, who is looking to continue his good form

The 27-year-old attacker has scored five goals in his last five games, including a brace in City’s 3-2 win over champions Sydney FC last Tuesday night

Maclaren also has a great individual record in games with Western Sydney, scoring 13 goals in 13 games against the Wanderers

“We have to clean up our defensive game because we only got our little details wrong and decisions wrong on Saturday (against Adelaide),” said Wanderers boss Robinson

“This is not the way to defend If you defend like this in a soccer game, you can lose soccer games, and that’s exactly what happened”

Robinson is suspicious of a city side who, after a below-average start to the season under new coach Patrick Kisnorbo, may have turned the corner by beating Sydney in a major rematch

“You have good players If you’re a bad team, you won’t make it to the final last year”

“They changed their manager so it is taking a while to get used to his methods and tactics and I think the game in Sydney showed what it was about”

“They are a very dangerous team, they are a very good team with the ball, but there are areas where I think we can hurt them too”

“A result doesn’t define a season. Hopefully it’s a good game of football because you have two teams who want to pass the ball, move the ball, have lots of possession and transitions, and then it comes down to the players and the individual roles within this (approximately) who comes out as the winner ”

City’s win over Sydney brought them to nine points out of seven games and 10th Place in the table with 12 teams

Kisnorbo said: “I don’t look at the table at all, I take it game after game

“It would be nice to be at the top, but the reality is we are not”We have a lot of catch-up games and it’s up to us to go to every game and do our best to get the result we want”

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