Spots in the finals of the E-League 2020 will be decided when Match Day 2 of this year’s competition takes place on Saturday.
After an action-packed start to this year’s E-League took place last month, the second and final match day is almost here for Australia’s best esports stars.
Match Day 2 will again take place at ESL Studios in Auburn, Sydney on Saturday, March 7.
PREVIEW: E-League 2020 Match Day 2
The weekend’s action will see the final 5 rounds of the regular season take place, with the top six to be decided for the final even in Melbourne in May.
You won’t want to miss any of the action as Australia’s best contend for E-League glory as they aim to qualify for this year’s FIFA eWorld Cup.
All matches throughout the E-League 2020 Season and E-League 2020 Finals Series will once again be streamed on twitch (www.twitch.tv).
And you can also keep up to date on social media follow on Twitter (@EleagueAus | twitter.com/ELeagueAus), Instagram (eleagueaustralia | instagram.com/eleagueaustralia) or Facebook (eleagueaustralia | facebook.com/eleagueaustralia).
Tickets for Match Day 2 of the E-League 2020 have now gone on sale and you can secure your seat by heading HERE.
E-League Match Day 2 Rundown
Doors open at ESL Studious in Sydney at 9.30am with the first match to commence at 10am.
Don’t miss the chance to see some of the best players in Australasia compete.
There’s the Night Hawk Diner, while you can also play your mates, practice your kicking skills and purchase a team supporters cap.
If you take a selfie and submit it you are in with a chance to win tickets the E-league Finals, while there will also be other giveaways on the day.
Match Day 2 fixtures
The final five rounds of the regular season take place on Match Day 2, Saturday 7 March:
Melbourne City FC v Brisbane Roar FC
Melbourne Victory v Adelaide United
Newcastle Jets v Western United FC
Perth Glory v Western Sydney Wanderers FC
Sydney FC v Wellington Phoenix
Central Coast Mariners – Bye
Wellington Phoenix v Perth Glory
Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Newcastle Jets
Western United FC v Melbourne Victory
Adelaide United v Melbourne City FC
Brisbane Roar FC v Central Coast Mariners
Sydney FC – Bye
Melbourne Victory v Central Coast Mariners
Newcastle Jets v Brisbane Roar FC
Perth Glory v Adelaide United
Sydney FC v Western United FC
Wellington Phoenix v Western Sydney Wanderers FC
Melbourne City FC - Bye
Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Sydney FC
Western United FC v Perth Glory
Adelaide United v Newcastle Jets
Brisbane Roar FC v Melbourne Victory
Central Coast Mariners v Melbourne City FC
Wellington Phoenix – Bye
Western United FC v Wellington Phoenix
Adelaide United v Sydney FC
Brisbane Roar FC v Perth Glory
Central Coast Mariners v Newcastle Jets
Melbourne City FC v Melbourne Victory
Western Sydney Wanderers FC – Bye
NOTE: Match details are subject to change without notice. Please visit a-league.com.au/e-league for updates.
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