Brisbane Roar v Adelaide United A-League Tips, Predictions and Match Preview - Reds to seal top four spot

Brisbane Roar and Adelaide United get the final round of the season underway with an ANZAC Day clash at Suncorp Stadium with new coach Robbie Fowler watching the home side for the first time.

Brisbane v Adelaide kicks off at 2.00pm AEST at Suncorp Stadium. The game will be broadcast live on Fox Sports in Australia.

Prediction


Match Preview


Brisbane Roar sign off a disappointing season with new coach Robbie Fowler watching on from the stands at Suncorp Stadium, but can they go out with just a fifth win of the campaign?

The top six is already decided but a win for Adelaide United in this clash will secure them a top four finish and a home final next week, while a defeat could see Wellington Phoenix leapfrog them and claim a home final.

Adelaide have won three of their past four matches and they will go into this game with the Brisbane Roar as clear favourites.

They have won four of their past six games as away favourites and winning on the road has not been an issue for them this season.

Brisbane produced a truly pathetic performance against the Newcastle Jets last weekend and club legend Matthew McKay deserves to go out with a better performance.

But the Roar have won only one of their past six games and only two of their past nine games as home underdogs. Adelaide United should be able to record a comfortable win.

Match Odds


Brisbane Roar $5.20
Adelaide United $1.50
Draw $4.25


Tips



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Brisbane Roar v Adelaide United A-League Tips, Predictions and Match Preview - Reds to seal top four spot

Brisbane Roar and Adelaide United get the final round of the season underway with an ANZAC Day clash at Suncorp Stadium with new coach Robbie Fowler watching the home side for the first time.

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