Macarthur vs Western Sydney Live Score and Live Stream


Macarthur played Western Sydney at the A-League of Australia on April 8. The match kicked off 09:45 UTC and ended in a draw 2 - 2.

Brandon Borrello scored the first goal on the 42nd minute of the game followed by goals from Lachlan Rose and Alhassan Toure. Borrello later scored 1 more, making the final score 2-2.

Macarthur (also known as Macarthur FC) and Western Sydney (commonly referred to as Western Sydney Wanderers, Western Sydney Wanderers FC or WS Wanderers) meet again 3 months after the A League match which Western Sydney won 4-0. Macarthur are aproaching the match after a defeat from Perth Glory on April 1 not being able to win for 3 straight games. The coach and the players will probably put extra effort in the defense as they have been conceding goals for 11 consecutive matches now.

Western Sydney are preparing for the match after a loss against Adelaide United in A League on March 31.

ScoreBat is covering Macarthur vs Western Sydney in real time, providing the live stream and live score of the match, team line-ups, full match stats, live match commentary and official video highlights. We cover all matches of Australia A-League in real time and provide live streaming whenever possible.


Live Streaming

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We are updating team formations and line-ups for Macarthur - Western Sydney in real time.

Macarthur kicked off the game with Filip Kurto, Ivan Vujica, Oliver Jones, Jonathan Aspropotamitis, Jake McGing, Matthew Millar who got substituted by Jed Drew on the 77th minute, Jake Hollman who got substituted by Jerry Skotadis on the 60th minute, Daniel De Silva who got substituted by Craig Noone on the 84th minute, Kearyn Baccus, Ali Auglah who got substituted by Alhassan Toure on the 60th minute and Lachlan Rose who got substituted by Moudi Najjar on the 84th minute as starters, with Nick Suman, Moudi Najjar, Jerry Skotadis, Jed Drew, Craig Noone, Jason Romero and Alhassan Toure on the bench.

Western Sydney's starting eleven were Lawrence Thomas, Adam Traore, Tom Beadling, Tomislav Mrcela, Aidan Simmons, Morgan Schneiderlin who got substituted by Kusini Yengi on the 74th minute, Calem Nieuwenhof, Milos Ninkovic who got substituted by Nicolas Milanovic on the 79th minute, Romain Amalfitano who got substituted by Oliver Bozanic on the 79th minute, Amor Layouni who got substituted by Yeni N\'Gbakoto on the 60th minute and Brandon Borrello, with Daniel Margush, Alex Bonetig, Oliver Bozanic, Nicolas Milanovic, Jarrod Carluccio, Yeni N'Gbakoto and Kusini Yengi on the bench.

Referee showed the yellow card 6 times throughout the game. Calem Nieuwenhof, Morgan Schneiderlin, Jonathan Aspropotamitis, Aidan Simmons, Kearyn Baccus and Craig Noone were the ones to receive it.


Explore stats from Macarthur vs Western Sydney on ScoreBat - we are updating the numbers on this page every second of the game.

  • Ball Possession: 41 - 59
  • Total Attempts: 8 - 9
  • Shots On Target: 5 - 4
  • Saves: 2 - 3
  • Corners: 2 - 9
  • Fouls: 10 - 9
  • Free Kicks: 9 - 11
  • Throw-Ins: 25 - 13


Macarthur and Western Sydney have met 5 times since December 2021. Macarthur have won twice, 1 match ended in a draw while Western Sydney have also won twice. The most recent match between them took place on February 25, 2023 at the A-League of Australia where Western Sydney won 4-0. Macarthur have scored 6 goals in these 5 head-to-head matches in total while Western Sydney have scored 10. So, overall, Macarthur and Western Sydney have almost identical head-to-head record against each other in their recent history.

Macarthur have won 7 of their 26 matches in A-League, drawing 5 and having 14 defeats this season. They have scored 31 goals - 1.19 per match, conceding 48 - 1.85 per match. Western Sydney have won 11 of their 26 matches in A-League, drawing 8 and having 7 defeats this season. They have scored 43 goals - 1.65 per match, conceding 27 - 1.04 per match.

Recent Form

Macarthur have lost to Perth Glory in their previous match while Western Sydney have lost to Adelaide United in their previous match. Overall, Macarthur have won 6 of their last 20 matches, losing 11 and drawing 3, while Western Sydney have won 7 of their last 20 matches, losing 7 and drawing 6.

Macarthur have won once (3-2 against Brisbane Roar FC on 5th of March), lost 4 times (2-1 against Perth Glory on 1st of April, 4-1 against Central Coast Mariners on 11th of March, 4-0 against Western Sydney on 25th of February and 0-1 against Newcastle Jets on 18th of February) and drew once (1-1 against Melbourne City on 19th of March) in their most recent 6 matches.

Western Sydney have won 3 times (0-4 against Sydney FC on 18th of March, 2-0 against Central Coast Mariners on 4th of March and 4-0 against Macarthur on 25th of February), lost twice (2-3 against Adelaide United on 31st of March and 1-0 against Perth Glory on 10th of March) and drew once (4-4 against Adelaide United on 19th of February) in their most recent 6 matches.

Team Streaks

  • Macarthur have gone 11 consecutive matches without a clean sheet.
  • Western Sydney have gone 5 consecutive matches without a draw.

Live Standings

As always, Australia A-League's live standings are availble and updated in real time. Macarthur are the 12th in the table with 26 points after 26 matches, while Western Sydney are the 4th with 41 points in 26 matches.

Video Highlights

We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Macarthur and Western Sydney in real time. You can watch the goals by Brandon Borrello, Lachlan Rose and Alhassan Toure as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Macarthur - Western Sydney are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.

Live Commentary

  1. Full Time
    Match ends. Macarthur 2, Western Sydney 2.
  2. 90 + 5'
    2 - 2
    Brandon Borrello scores for Western Sydney, assisted by Yeni N\'Gbakoto.
  3. 90 + 5'
    Craig Noone is shown the yellow card.
  4. 90 + 1'
    2 - 1
    Alhassan Toure scores for Macarthur, assisted by Craig Noone.
  5. 84'
    Substitution for Macarthur. Moudi Najjar replaces Lachlan Rose
  6. 84'
    Substitution for Macarthur. Craig Noone replaces Daniel De Silva
  7. 83'
    Kearyn Baccus is shown the yellow card.
  8. 79'
    Substitution for Western Sydney. Nicolas Milanovic replaces Milos Ninkovic
  9. 79'
    Substitution for Western Sydney. Oliver Bozanic replaces Romain Amalfitano
  10. 78'
    Aidan Simmons is shown the yellow card.
  11. 77'
    Substitution for Macarthur. Jed Drew replaces Matthew Millar
  12. 74'
    Substitution for Western Sydney. Kusini Yengi replaces Morgan Schneiderlin
  13. 69'
    Jonathan Aspropotamitis is shown the yellow card.
  14. 66'
    1 - 1
    Lachlan Rose scores for Macarthur, assisted by Jake McGing.
  15. 60'
    Substitution for Western Sydney. Yeni N\'Gbakoto replaces Amor Layouni
  16. 60'
    Substitution for Macarthur. Jerry Skotadis replaces Jake Hollman
  17. 60'
    Substitution for Macarthur. Alhassan Toure replaces Ali Auglah
  18. Kick-off
    Second half begins
  19. Half Time - 0 : 1
    First half ends.
  20. 42'
    0 - 1
    Brandon Borrello scores for Western Sydney.
  21. 36'
    Morgan Schneiderlin is shown the yellow card.
  22. 27'
    Calem Nieuwenhof is shown the yellow card.
  23. Kick-off
    First half begins