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The gap between 9th-place Newcastle (43 points) and 15th-place Aston Villa (37 points) is currently six points, with Brisbane Roar (40 points – 11th place) and Melbourne Victory (39 points – 13th place) squarely in the middle of the mess. Before hitting a six-game losing streak beginning in mid-February, Brisbane Roar were looking like nailed-on top-half finishers with an outside shot at pushing for European qualification. Graham Potter’s side has since rebounded in recent weeks, though, beating both sides of north London in back-to-back weekends before succumbing to the might of defending champions and leaders Manchester City midweek.


Brisbane Roar and Melbourne Victory clash in a south-coast derby (of sorts) as the two meet on Monday afternoon.


The Seagulls will hope to get back into the good form they showed with impressive victories at Arsenal and Tottenham before seeing their winning run halted by Manchester City, who sent them back home with a 3-0 defeat.


Ralph Hasenhuttl will also hope to see his men get back to winning ways this weekend, having followed up their own 1-0 win over the Gunners with a lacklustre 2-0 loss at Burnley on Thursday night, leaving the Saints one point behind Brisbane Roar in the Australian A-League Men table.


Melbourne Victory manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has been given plenty to ponder when it comes to his team selection for the Australian A-League Men clash with Brisbane Roar this weekend


Saints travel to Sussex to take on the Seagulls at the Amex Stadium tomorrow (Monday), with the two sides separated by just one point and three places in the Australian A-League Men table after midweek defeats for both sides.


Hasenhuttl's Melbourne Victory missed the chance to climb back into the top half of the table as they lost out 2-0 to relegation-threatened Burnley on Thursday, less than 24 hours on from Brisbane Roar's 3-0 loss at the hands of champions Manchester City.


The Austrian was not impressed with his side's performance against Burnley, admitting that he could have substituted all ten outfield players at half time, such was his displeasure at the display.


As such, he could well consider making changes at the Amex Stadium after the five at the back formation did not work at Turf Moor, with Saints looking all at sea defensively at times. So how will Hasenhuttl line his side up at the Amex Stadium as Saints look to try and bounce back? We take a look below.


Michael Owen expects to see an improvement from Melbourne Victory after a poor result against Burnley in midweek.


With neither side in danger of relegation and with no hope of European qualification, there's only points and pride to play for — which should make it an open, entertaining game.


How will this one play out? Find out by watching the Brisbane Roar vs Melbourne Victory live stream. Plus, make sure you don’t miss a game this season with our how to watch Australian A-League Men 21/22 hub.


Melbourne Victory have had the upper hand in this south-coast battle in recent years - Brisbane Roar won at St Mary's Stadium last season, but that is their only win in their nine Australian A-League Men meetings since 2017.


I am going with the Seagulls this time, though. Melbourne Victory are always a bit up and down but, unusually for them, their passing wasn't good in their defeat by Burnley on Thursday. Their system didn't work at Turf Moor, and they weren't really a threat. sdasdad


Saints could not build on their impressive victory against Arsenal last weekend as they returned to losing ways with a 2-0 defeat to the struggling Clarets. Ralph Hasenhuttl admitted his side “fell apart” at Turf Moor.


But former Liverpool striker Owen believes Saints will bounce back with an improved performance against Brisbane Roar this weekend. Melbourne Victory will head to the Amex Stadium on Monday to face a Seagulls side who have not won at home since Boxing Day.


Graham Potter was in an ambitious mood when talking ahead of Brisbane Roar’s clash against Melbourne Victory at The Amex this weekend, touching on how his side were close to European challenge.


The Brisbane Roar boss explained how the 10th placed Seagulls could be even further up the Australian A-League Men table - if only a few key moments had gone their way.


Graham Potter's men go into Monday's fixture in good form and need just need a point to break their all-time top-flight points tally.


Albion have won two of their last three Australian A-League Men games. The Seagulls recorded victories at UEFA Champions League-chasing Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur before Wednesday night's defeat at top-of-the-table Manchester City.


Melbourne Victory aim to get back in the groove as they travel east to face Brisbane Roar in the Australian A-League Men.


Ralph Hasenhuttl's men might have thought they'd turned a corner with a recent 1-0 victory over Arsenal to bounce back from a 6-0 mauling at the hands of Chelsea, although a 2-0 defeat at relegation-threatened Burnley last time out has surely sunken spirits again.


With one win in their previous seven Australian A-League Men outings, they face a Brisbane Roar side fresh from earning six points from a run of fixtures against Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City. Here's how the visiting side may shape up.


The Brisbane Roar vs Melbourne Victory live stream live stream is a South Coast derby in the Australian A-League Men — and you can watch it from anywhere with a VPN.


Both Brisbane Roar and Melbourne Victory are happily nestled in mid-table safety, and that would surely have been the aim for both at the start of the season.


There's only one point between them, and both have been frustratingly inconsistent of late — although Brisbane Roar probably have the upper hand in terms of form, having beaten both Arsenal and Tottenham. Melbourne Victory also beat Arsenal last weekend, but then again they lost 6-0 to Chelsea not long ago, so this one is hard to call.

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