Bet Of The Day June 27

Andrew Hendrie:
Bet Of The Day June 27

The A-League Grand Final showdown between Melbourne City and Sydney FC features as’s best bet for Sunday June 27.

Bet Of The Day June 27 – read on below for our reasoning behind today’s best bet.

  • 10 of our last 14 Bets Of The Day have landed

June 6: England to beat Romania to nil at $1.95 ✅
June 7: Ukraine to beat Cyprus to nil at $2.00 ✅
June 9: NSW -4.5 vs QLD at $2.00 ✅
June 10: Newcastle Jets win or draw vs Melbourne City at $2.10 ✅
June 11: Italy win to nil vs Turkey at $2.10 ✅
June 13: England win to nil vs Croatia at $2.38 ✅
June 16: Italy win to nil vs Switzerland at $2.40 ✅
June 17: Netherlands to win vs Austria & over 2.5 goals at $2.30 ❌ (Netherlands won 2-0)
June 18: Penrith Panthers to beat Sydney Roosters 13+ & under 46.5 points at $5.00 ❌ (Panthers won 38-12)
June 20: Parramatta Eels to beat Canterbury Bulldogs & under 50.5 points at $2.80 ✅
June 21: Belgium to beat Finland to nil at $1.95 ✅
June 23: Sweden to beat Poland & under 2.5 goals at $5.50 ❌ (Sweden won 3-2)
June 24: Adrian Mannarino to beat Feliciano Lopez at $2.10 ✅
June 25: Max Purcell to beat Lorenzo Sonego at $3.98 ❌ (Sonego won 6-1 3-6 6-1)

We’re heading to the A-League for today’s best bet as Sydney FC and Melbourne City square off in the Grand Final.

It will be a rematch of last year’s Grand Final and we can get some great value on Sydney FC to make it back-to-back premierships.

City were the undisputed best team of the regular season, deservedly winning the minor premiership, but they’ve been sub-par over the last month.

It’s no coincidence their loss of form has coincided with Jamie Maclaren departing the team on Socceroos duty and the star striker will again miss the Grand Final due to being in quarantine.

Almost half of City’s goals during the regular season were scored by Maclaren and they’ve struggled in his absence.

Indeed, City have won just one of their last four matches heading into the Grand Final, losing against the lowly Newcastle Jets and copping a 3-0 hammering by Brisbane Roar, while they also drew with last-placed Melbourne Victory.

City were also somewhat fortunate to survive Macarthur in last week’s semi-finals – they easily could have gone down a couple of goals in the first half after Macarthur hit the woodwork and missed an absolute sitter, but they steadied to prevail 2-0.

Sydney meanwhile have timed their run perfectly and are peaking at exactly the right time, coming into this encounter on a six-match winning streak.

Additionally, Sydney have only conceded two goals during that period. Their defence is rock solid, while strikers Bobo and Adam Le Fondre have been in excellent form over the last month.

That could be the difference in the Grand Final. While City don’t have their key goalscorer playing and have some inexperienced players in attack, Sydney are equipped with two of the best strikers in the competition.

Sydney are the team in form with genuine match winners who have done it before – and they are tremendous value against a team with just one win in their last four who have never won a Grand Final before.

Key Points

  • Sydney have won their last six straight A-League matches
  • Sydney have conceded just two goals in that period
  • City have won just one of their last four matches
  • City are still without Jamie Maclaren
  • Bobo has scored eight goals in his last 11 matches
  • Sydney edged City in last season’s Grand Final



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