Sydney FC vs Melbourne City Live Score and Live Stream

Preview

Sydney FC played Melbourne City at the A-League of Australia on February 24. The match kicked off 06:30 UTC and ended in a draw 1 - 1.

Jordan Courtney-Perkins scored the first goal on the 29th minute of the game followed by a goal from Marco Tilio who made the final score 1-1.

Sydney FC (also known as Adam le Fondre, Alex Brosque or Sydney) and Melbourne City (commonly referred to as Melbourne City FC) meet again 7 months after the A League match which Melbourne City won 2-0. Sydney FC are having a solid run at the moment winning their matches against Adelaide United and Central Coast Mariners extending their unbeaten streak to 5 matches, however, one part of Sydney FC has trailed behind in terms of reliability—defence: they have been conceding goals for 4 consecutive matches now.

Melbourne City are going into the fixture after playing a draw against Melbourne Victory on February 17. They have been conceding goals for 5 consecutive away matches now which puts additional psychological pressure on the team.

ScoreBat is covering Sydney FC vs Melbourne City 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.

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Live Streaming

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Line-Ups

We are updating team formations and line-ups for Sydney FC - Melbourne City in real time.

Sydney FC kicked off the game with Andrew Redmayne, Jordan Courtney-Perkins, Jake Max Gordwood-Reich, Hayden Matthews, Rhyan Grant, Corey Hollman who got substituted by Jaiden Kucharski on the 88th minute, Luke Brattan, Anthony Caceres, Robert Mak who got substituted by Nathan Amanatidis on the 75th minute, Joe Lolley and Fabio Gomes who got substituted by Max Burgess on the 69th minute as starters, with Adam Pavlesic, Gabriel Lacerda, Jaiden Kucharski, Matthew Angelo Scarcella, Nathan Amanatidis, Max Burgess and Mitchell Glasson on the bench.

Melbourne City's starting eleven were Jamie Young, Vicente Fernandez, Samuel Souprayen, Curtis Good, Callum Talbot who got substituted by Nuno Reis on the 90th minute, Marco Tilio, James Jeggo, Steven Ugarkovic who got substituted by Terry Antonis on the 60th minute, Andrew Nabbout who got substituted by Marin Jakolis on the 69th minute, Jamie Maclaren and Mathew Leckie who got substituted by Alessandro Lopane on the 69th minute, with Patrick Beach, Harry Politidis, Nuno Reis, Terry Antonis, Max Caputo, Alessandro Lopane and Marin Jakolis on the bench.

Referee showed the yellow card 4 times throughout the game. Luke Brattan, Alessandro Lopane, Max Burgess and Andrew Redmayne were the ones to receive it.

Stats

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

  • Total Attempts: 14 - 3
  • Shots On Target: 6 - 2
  • Saves: 1 - 6
  • Corners: 10 - 2
  • Completed Passes: 350 - 216
  • Fouls: 12 - 7
  • Free Kicks: 13 - 17
  • Total Passes: 472 - 324
  • Throw-Ins: 24 - 14

Head-to-head

Sydney FC and Melbourne City have met 5 times since February 2023. Sydney FC have won once, 1 match ended in a draw while Melbourne City have won 3 times. The most recent match between them took place on November 3, 2023 at the A-League of Australia where Melbourne City won 2-0. Sydney FC have scored 5 goals in these 5 head-to-head matches in total while Melbourne City have scored 11. So, overall, Melbourne City have a better head-to-head record against Sydney FC in their recent history.

Sydney FC have won 12 of their 27 matches in A-League, drawing 5 and having 10 defeats this season. They have scored 52 goals - 1.93 per match, conceding 41 - 1.52 per match. Melbourne City have won 11 of their 27 matches in A-League, drawing 6 and having 10 defeats this season. They have scored 50 goals - 1.85 per match, conceding 38 - 1.41 per match.

Recent Form

Sydney FC are on a winning streak - they have won Adelaide United and Central Coast Mariners in their previous 2 matches while Melbourne City have played a draw with Melbourne Victory in their previous match. Overall, Sydney FC have won 11 of their last 20 matches, losing 7 and drawing 2, while Melbourne City have won 7 of their last 20 matches, losing 7 and drawing 6.

Sydney FC have won 3 times (2-1 against Adelaide United on 17th of February, 1-3 against Central Coast Mariners on 10th of February and 4-0 against Newcastle Jets on 19th of January), lost once (4-3 against Adelaide United on 13th of January) and drew twice (2-2 against Western United FC on 3rd of February and 1-1 against Melbourne Victory on 26th of January) in their most recent 6 matches.

Melbourne City have won once (1-0 against Adelaide United on 25th of January), lost 4 times (5-1 against Brisbane Roar FC on 10th of February, 4-2 against Perth Glory on 2nd of February, 2-1 against Central Coast Mariners on 21st of January and 0-1 against Western Sydney on 12th of January) and drew once (0-0 against Melbourne Victory on 17th of February) in their most recent 6 matches.

Team Streaks

  • Sydney FC haven't played a draw in their previous 10 home matches.
  • Melbourne City have gone 6 consecutive away matches without a draw.
  • Sydney FC have gone 5 consecutive matches without a defeat.

Live Standings

As always, Australia A-League's live standings are availble and updated in real time. Sydney FC are the 4th in the table with 41 points after 27 matches, while Melbourne City are the 6th with 39 points in 27 matches.

Video Highlights

We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Sydney FC and Melbourne City in real time. You can watch the goals by Jordan Courtney-Perkins and Marco Tilio 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 Sydney FC - Melbourne City are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.

Live Commentary

  1. FT
    Full Time
    Match ends. Sydney FC 1, Melbourne City 1.
  2. 90'
    Substitution for Melbourne City. Nuno Reis replaces Callum Talbot
  3. 88'
    Substitution for Sydney FC. Jaiden Kucharski replaces Corey Hollman
  4. 87'
    Andrew Redmayne is shown the yellow card.
  5. 84'
    Max Burgess is shown the yellow card.
  6. 76'
    Alessandro Lopane is shown the yellow card.
  7. 75'
    Substitution for Sydney FC. Nathan Amanatidis replaces Robert Mak
  8. 69'
    Substitution for Melbourne City. Alessandro Lopane replaces Mathew Leckie
  9. 69'
    Substitution for Melbourne City. Marin Jakolis replaces Andrew Nabbout
  10. 69'
    Substitution for Sydney FC. Max Burgess replaces Fabio Gomes
  11. 61'
    1 - 1
    Marco Tilio scores for Melbourne City, assisted by Jamie Young.
  12. 60'
    Substitution for Melbourne City. Terry Antonis replaces Steven Ugarkovic
  13. 2T
    Kick-off
    Second half begins
  14. HT
    Half Time - 1 : 0
    First half ends.
  15. 43'
    Luke Brattan is shown the yellow card.
  16. 29'
    1 - 0
    Jordan Courtney-Perkins scores for Sydney FC, assisted by Anthony Caceres.
  17. 1T
    Kick-off
    First half begins