Melbourne City vs Western United: start time, watch for free
This is only their second season, but Western United have yet to beat rivals Melbourne City.
Western United are yet to recover a point against Melbourne City. So far, City have managed to defeat interstate rivals three times in the regular season before also ending United’s first season 2-0 in the semi-finals.
When is Melbourne City vs. Western United?
Kick-off at AAMI Park is scheduled for 7:10 p.m. AEDT on Saturday January 16.
How to watch Melbourne City vs. Western United
Melbourne City vs Western United is not available on ABC and is exclusive to Fox Sports. This means you can watch on Kayo Sports, Foxtel, or Foxtel Now. You can see a detailed description of how to watch the A-League in this guide.
Stream Melbourne City vs. Western United on Kayo
Kayo Sports will broadcast every game of the A-League season live or on demand. In addition to the A-League, Kayo offers more than 50 sports.
Kayo will set you back $ 25 or $ 35 per month. The more expensive option lets you run three streams simultaneously instead of two.
You can watch Kayo on Mac and PC, as well as iOS and Android devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV, Telstra TV, Sony Bravia TV, and Samsung TV (2017 or later).
Kayo’s other selling point is its unique features which enhance your viewing experience. For more information, check out our Kayo Sports review which includes a live demo.
Who will win Melbourne City against Western United?
It is difficult to get a reliable reading of the current form on both sides before this contest. Western United have only played one game so far in a 0-0 draw with Adelaide in the season opener on December 28 of last year.
While for Melbourne City, their record is one loss and one victory in 2 games, but they finished both games with just 10 men. Scott Jamieson will miss this clash for Melbourne City after receiving a red card the last time around.
Combining their absence with Western United’s thirst for their first victory over Melbourne City, we favor them by a 2-1 goal.
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Not sure which service is right for you? Check out our Kayo vs Foxtel guide. You can also view full 2020/21 A-League matches here.
Image source: Kayo Sports website