Ins & Outs: week 4 squads

Check out all the squads for week 4 of the Hyundai A-League.

Brisbane Roar vs. Adelaide United Friday 28 October 2011 Venue: Suncorp Stadium Local Kick Off: 7:00pm

Referee: Strebre Delovski / Assistant 1: Ashley Beecham / Assistant 2: David Walsh / 4th Official: Adam Kersey

TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 1

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 19): Brisbane Roar wins 5, Adelaide United wins 8 (6 draws)

Brisbane Roar Squad: 1. Michael Theoklitos (gk), 2. Matt Smith (C), 3. Shane Stefanutto, 4. Matt Jurman, 5. Ivan Franjic, 6. Erik Paaratlu, 7. Besart Berisha, 8. Massimo Murdocca, 9. Kofi Danning, 10. Henrique, 11. Issey Nakajima-Farran, 16. Mohamed Adnan, 17. Mitch Nichols, 19. Jack Hingert, 20. Andrew Redmayne (gk), 21. James Meyer, 22. Thomas Broich *Two To Be Omitted*

In: James Meyer (Promoted), Jack Hingert (Promoted) Out: Nil Unavailable: 12. Matt Mundy (Knee Injury - 1 Weeks), 14. Rocky Visconte (Hamstring Strain - 1 Weeks)

Adelaide United squad: 1.Eugene Galekovic (Gk), 2.Osama Malik, 3.Nigel Boogaard, 4.Jon Mckain, 5.Daniel Mullen, 6.Cassio, 7.Zenon Caravella, 8.Evgeniy Levchenko, 9.Sergio Van Dijk, 10.Dario Vidosic, 14.Cameron Watson, 16.Spase Dilevski, 17.Iain Ramsay, 20.Mark Birighitti (Gk), 21.Francisco Usucar, 22.Milan Susak, 23.Andy Slory *two to be omitted*

In: Evgeniy Levchenko (Returns From Injury), Nigel Boogaard (Returns From Injury) Out: Nil Unavailable: Bruce Djite (Groin - 1-2 Weeks)

Did you know? Brisbane Roar will be aiming to extend their undefeated streak to 32 games.

Central Coast Mariners vs. Perth Glory Saturday 29 October 2011 Venue: Bluetongue Stadium Local Kick Off: 5:30pm

Referee: Ryan Shepheard / Assistant 1: Scott Edeling / Assistant 2: Murray Wilson / 4th Official: Kurt Ams

TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 1 Radio broadcaster: 96.3 Coast FM Gosford / 91.4 SportFM Perth

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 18): Central Coast Mariners wins 11, Perth Glory wins 2 (5 draws)

Central Coast Mariners Squad: 1. Mathew Ryan (Gk), 2. Daniel McBreen, 3. Joshua Rose, 4. Pedj Bojic, 5. Brad Porter, 6. Patrick Zwaanswijk, 8. Rostyn Griffiths, 9. Bernie Ibini, 10. Adriano Pellegrino, 11. Oliver Bozanic, 12. Troy Hearfield, 14. Michael McGlinchey, 15. Brad McDonald, 16. Trent Sainsbury, 17. Michael Baird, 19. Matt Simon, 20. Justin Pasfield (Gk), 21. Sam Gallagher, 23. Adam Kwasnik *four to be omitted*

In: 15. Brad McDonald (Promoted), 16. Trent Sainsbury (Promoted), 17. Michael Baird (Promoted), 21. Sam Gallagher (Promoted) Out: Nil Unavailable: 7. John Hutchinson (On Loan), 13. Stuart Musialik (Adductor - 2 weeks), 18. Alex Wilkinson (Forearm - 1 week), 22. Mustafa Amini (Groin - 2 weeks)

Perth Glory squad: 1.Danny Vukovic (Gk), 2.Josh Mitchell, 3.Bas Van Den Brink, 4.Billy Mehmet, 5.Steve Pantelidis, 6.Chris Coyne, 7.Jacob Burns (C), 8.Adam Hughes, 9.Shane Smeltz, 10.Liam Miller, 12.Scott Neville, 13.Travis Dodd, 14.Steven Mcgarry, 15.Tommy Amphlett, 16.Evan Berger, 17.Todd Howarth, 19.Josh Risdon, 21.Mile Sterjovski, 27.Andrezinho, 30. Lewis Italiano (Gk) *five to be omitted*

In: 5.Steve Pantelidis, 8.Adam Hughes, 16.Evan Berger, 19.Josh Risdon, 21.Mile Sterjovski Out: Neil Young (Abdominal Injury) Unavailable: 11.Victor Sikora (Hip - Long Term Injury List), 20.Neil Young (Abdominal Injury), 18. Jesse Makarounas (National Team - Young Socceroos), 22. Adam Taggart (National Team - Young Socceroos)

Did you know? In nine previous encounters at Bluetongue Stadium, the Mariners have won eight, drawn one and never lost against the Glory.

Melbourne Heart vs. Sydney FC Saturday 29 October 2011 Venue: AAMI Park Local Kick Off: 7:45pm

Referee: Chris Beath / Assistant 1: Hakan Anaz / Assistant 2: Shaun Evans / 4th Official: Alex Azcurra

TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 1 Radio broadcaster: 774 ABC Melbourne / 116 SEN Melbourne

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 3): Melbourne Heart wins 1, Sydney FC wins 0 (2 draws)

Melbourne Heart squad: 1. Clint Bolton, 2. Michael Marrone, 3. Brendan Hamill, 4. Simon Colosimo, 6. Matt Thompson, 7. Rutger Worm, 8. Kristian Sarkies, 9. Maycon, 10. Wayne Srhoj, 11. Alex Terra, 13. Jonatan Germano, 15. David Williams, 16. Aziz Behich, 17. Jason Hoffman, 18. Curtis Good, 19. Eli Babalj, 22. Nick Kalmar, 23. Mate Dugandzic, 30. Sebastian Mattei (gk) *four to be omitted*

In: Rutger Worm, Kristian Sarkies, Eli Babalj, Nick Kalmar Unavailable: Adrian Zahra (Knee - indefinite), Kamal Ibrahim (Ankle - four weeks), Kliment Taseski (Foot - long term injury list), Fred (Hamstring - three weeks)

Sydney FC squad: 1. Liam Reddy, 2. Sebastian Ryall, 3. Jamie Coyne, 4. Pascal Bosschaart, 5. Michael Beauchamp, 7. Brett Emerton, 8. Karol Kisel, 9. Bruno Cazarine, 10. Nick Carle, 11. Dimi Petratos, 15. Terry McFlynn (c), 17. Terry Antonis, 19. Mark Bridge, 20. Ivan Necevski, 21. Scott Jamieson, 23. Rhyan Grant *one to be omitted*

In: Mark Bridge (returns from suspension), Liam Reddy (returns from injury) Out: Hirofumi Moriyasu, Ryan Norval Unavailable: Juho Makela (quad, 3 weeks), Shannon Cole (calf, 1 week).

Did you know? Sydney FC will be aiming to extend an undefeated away streak to five matches.

Wellington Phoenix vs. Melbourne Victory Sunday 30 October 2011 Venue: Westpac Stadium Local Kick Off: 4:30pm

Referee: Peter Green / Assistant 1: Alex Glasgow / Assistant 2: Nick van der Salm / 4th Official: Matthew Conger

TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 1 / Sky Sports Radio broadcaster: 1035AM The Radio Network Wellington

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 12): Wellington Phoenix wins 2, Melbourne Victory wins 4 (6 draws)

Wellington Phoenix squad: 1.Mark Paston (GK), 3. Tony Lochhead, 4. Brent Griffiths, 6. Tim Brown, 7. Leo Bertos, 9. Chris Greenacre, 11. Daniel,12. Nicky Ward, 13. Niko Tsattalios, 15. Cameron Lindsay, 18. Ben Sigmund, 19. Jimmy Downey, 20, Tony Warner (GK), 21. Dani Sanchez, 22. Andrew Durante (C), 24, Alex Smith *one to be omitted*

In: Jimmy Downey (promoted) Out: Manny Muscat (suspended) Unavailable: Lucas Pantelis (knee injury - indefinite), Mirjan Pavlovic (broken arm - 6 weeks), Vince Lia (knee injury - 6 weeks), Paul Ifill (groin injury - 2 weeks)

Melbourne Victory squad: 2. Matthew Foschini, 3. Fabio, 6. Leigh Broxham, 7. Matthew Kemp, 8. Grant Brebner, 9. Jean Carlos Solorzano, 10. Archie Thompson (c), 11. Marco Rojas, 12. Rodrigo Vargas, 13. Diogo Ferreira, 14. Billy Celeski, 15. Tom Pondeljak, 16.Carlos Hernandez, 18. Danny Allsopp, 19. Isaka Cernak, 20. Lawrence Thomas (GK), 21. Ante Covic (GK), 22. Harry Kewell, 23. Adrian Leijer. *four to be omitted*

In: 7. Matthew KEMP (promoted), 14. Billy CELESKI (promoted), 15. Tom PONDELJAK (promoted), 23. Adrian LEIJER (returns from suspension). Out: 4. Petar FRANJIC (omitted) Unavailable: Tando Velaphi (stress fracture)

Did you know? Wellington Phoenix needs a crowd of at least 2637 to reach an aggregate Hyundai A-League home crowd of 500,000. In its 32 home matches to date, the Phoenix have attracted a combined crowd of 497,363.

Add to that, Melbourne Victory defender Adrian Leijer is set to make his 100th Hyundai A-League appearance

Gold Coast United vs. Newcastle Jets Sunday 30 October 2011 Venue: Skilled Park Local Kick Off: 4:00pm

Referee: Kris Griffith-Jones / Assistant 1: Brad Hobson / Assistant 2: Nathan Macdonald / 4th Official: Matt Gillett

TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 1 Radio broadcaster: 1233 ABC Newcastle

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 7): Gold Coast United wins 3, Newcastle Jets wins 3 (1 draw)

Gold Coast United squad: 1.Glen Moss [Gk], 3.Michael Thwaite (C), 4.Zac Anderson, 5.Kristian Rees, 6.Paul Beekmans, 8.Robson, 9.Joel Porter, 12.Dylan Macallister, 14.Ben Halloran, 15.Adama Traore, 16.Maceo Rigters, 18.James Brown, 20.Jerrad Tyson [Gk], 21.Daniel Severino, 22.Peter Jungschlager, 23.Dylan Mcgowan, 27.Ambes Yosief, 29.Mitch Bevan. *three to be omitted*

In: 4.Zac Anderson, 21.Daniel Severino, 27.Ambes Yosief, 29.Mitch Bevan (All Promoted). Out: 2.Josh Brillante (International Duty). Unavailable: 13.Ante Rozic (Knee - 1 Week), 19.Chris Broadfoot (Ankle Injury - 6 Weeks).

Newcastle Jets squad: 1. Ben Kennedy (gk), 2. Taylor Regan, 4. Nikolai Topor-Stanley, 6. Ben Kantarovski, 7. Kasey Wehrman, 8. Jeremy Brockie, 10. Ruben Zadkovich, 11. Tarek Elrich, 12. Jobe Wheelhouse (c), 13. Sung-Hwan Byun, 14. Labinot Haliti, 17. James Virgili, 18. Marko Jesic, 19. Matthew Nash, 22. Ali Abbas, 23. Ryan Griffiths *one to be omitted*

In: 12. Jobe Wheelhouse (returns from virus), 17. James Virgili (promoted) Out: 5. Tiago Calvano, Unavailable: Francis Jeffers (awaiting clearance)