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Melbourne City vs Central Coast Mariners: Watch A-League online

By Squawka News

Published: 8:10, 3 June 2023

The Australian A-League Grand Final is a David vs Goliath clash as the giants of Melbourne City take on the minnows of Central Coast Mariner on Saturday (10:45am UK time).

Melbourne City won the regular season by 11 points and then comfortably came through the semi-final against Sydney with a 5-1 aggregate success. The team are owned by the City group with connections to English Premier League side Man City and are in the final for the fourth straight season.

Central Coast Mariners are considered one of the smallest clubs in the Australian top division but are still dangerous opponents. They finished the regular season second and have made the Grand Final four times although their last one was in 2013.

Hoping to watch Melbourne City vs Central Coast Mariners online? Read on for your live streaming options.

When is Melbourne City vs Central Coast Mariners?

Melbourne City vs Central Coast Mariners takes place at the Commbank Stadium in Sydney on Saturday 3rd June and is the showcase finale to the Australian season.


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What is the kick-off time for Melbourne City vs Central Coast Mariners?

Melbourne City vs Central Coast Mariners will kick-off at 10:45am (UK time)

Where can I watch Melbourne City vs Central Coast Mariners on TV?

  • UK: BT Sport
  • US: N/A

How can I live stream Melbourne City vs Central Coast Mariners online?

Bet365* stream a selection of A-League matches live for account holders.

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Who is refereeing Melbourne City vs Central Coast Mariners?

The referee for Melbourne City vs Central Coast Mariners is Chris Beath. The 38-year-old is a regular in the A-League and is also one who produces numerous cards. In his last four games he has produced a total of 16 yellows and three reds so look out for booking markets.


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Melbourne City team news

Club captain Scott Jamieson has announced that his last game before retirement although it remains to be seen if he plays a part here. The home side have no fresh injury worries ahead of this game.

Central Coast Mariners team news

Bradley Tapp is the only absentee for this one but otherwise coach Nick Montgomery will have a full strength team to choose from.

Melbourne City vs Central Coast Mariners: Predictions

Four of the last five Grand Finals have seen one or both teams not score and this could be a tight one here with goals hard to come by. Melbourne had the second best ranked defence with just 32 goals conceded this season while Central Coast Mariners only conceded three more.

Player markets also offer some value and the first player to be shown a card market has a worthy favourite and yet still appeals. Nectarios Triantis sounds like a Roman Gladiator and the statistics suggest he plays like one also. He has six yellow cards in his last nine appearances including in both legs of the semi-finals and the Central Coast Mariners man should be backed here.

Scoreline prediction: Melbourne City 1-0 Central Coast Mariners


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