Kewell is back for a frosty reception

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The Wanderers are favourites to win over the last place Melbourne Heart at Parramatta Stadium tonight. The Wanderers have had a tough two weeks, going down 3-nil against competition leaders the Brisbane Roar two weeks ago and just securing a draw against Wellington last week.

The Heart is not only at the bottom of the ladder but have a terrible track record on the road, not winning a match away from home in 14 months. The Heart will be hoping their star player and Socceroo legend Harry Kewell will make a comeback after being out with a rolled ankle since Round 1.

Smithfield raised Kwell is a Westie at heart, told the Daily Telegraph yesterday, “I know I’m going to get a lot of stick. But after the game, I think they will be good. They can give me as much stick as they like but, in the end, I’m from there. I’m one of them.” Word is the Red, White and Black army will ensure the typical frosty reception if he takes the pitch.

The Wanderers also will have a number of star players back from the injury list. Hinji Ono and Youssouf Hersi have both been cleared to the play this morning. Polenz has been given the tentative pass to play. Brendon Santalab and Tomi Juric will remain on the bench. comebacks along with

The Wanderers have scored a week off, as Sydney FC reached the Semi Finals in Women’s World Club Championship in Japan. The match has been postponed to a later date. They are back home next week against Perth Glory at Marconi, Saturday afternoon from 2 PM (Live on