Can the Wanderers shoot down Newcastle’s Jets

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The Western Sydney Wanderers will be keen to bounce back to a winning form when they host the Newcastle Jets on Sunday evening at Parramatta.

The Wanderers won their last A-League match with reserve keeper Jerrad Tyson starring in his debut match as they beat Perth 2-0 in Perth.

Newcastle have been an enigma in the A-League this season, showing plenty of potential, but often delivering very little for their faithful supporters.

The Jets have named a strong side for Sunday’s match in Sydney, with the likes of Kew Jaliens, Andrew Hoole, and Emile Heskey in their squad.

Wanderers coach Tony Popovic only has Tomi Juric missing from the selection table, with main keeper Ante Covic back from injury and available again.

The Wanderers are four points behind Brisbane Roar, heading into this weekend’s round of matches, and can close the margin to just one point, with results and a win on Sunday.

Join the 4-3-3 Football team for all the action on Sunday afternoon, with coverage beginning at 4.30pm on www.893fm.com.au from Parramatta Stadium.

The team is looking forward to the remaining matches in the season, with ‘Mad March’ beginning on Sunday, with five of the last six matches being broadcast during the month.

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