Weekly warm up: Sydney FC v Perth Glory

Let's try this again! Campbelltown Stadium finally hosts a Wednesday night cracker, as Sydney FC take on Perth Glory!

Let's try this again! Campbelltown Stadium finally hosts a Wednesday night cracker, as Sydney FC take on Perth Glory!

When some hefty storms in December prevented Perth from flying to Sydney for the battle at Campbelltown Stadium, the disappointment was understandably palpable.

The exciting news now though is that the postponement means we have got it all to look forward to! With Wednesday being the rearranged date for this cracking clash, football lovers from Sydney's West finally get to show just how passionate and vocal they can be!

Not only that, but the match also represents the chance to be part of a little piece of history, as it will be the first time that Campbelltown Stadium has ever hosted a Hyundai A-League game. So there are plenty of reasons to make your way to this inaugural occasion. Get your tickets and get ready to see all the thrills and spills of Hyundai A-League action, up close and personal!

Sydney FC and Australian footballing legend Brett Emerton has more reason than most to be excited about this game finally taking place, as he was born and raised in the Campbelltown area. He'll be looking to make it a night to remember, so be sure to give the local-boy-come-good a very special reception as he and his team-mates look to go for Glory.

The Sky Blues will be especially desperate to pick up a win - not just for their Western fans - but because they have been on the wrong end of a couple of disappointing results on home soil of late.

Their last two games at Sydney Football Stadium have resulted in two defeats without scoring, so it's time to find the net again! Last time Sydney played a home game away from SFS, they stunned Brisbane Roar 2-0, so they will be hoping that a change of scenery on Wednesday will bring similar success.

This is the second meeting between the two sides so far this season, and Sydney will be aiming to pour more misery on their opponents. In Week Six, the Sky Blues produced a thrilling victory in Perth.

Mark Bridge was the hero, starting and finishing the move which led to the only goal of the game. Having taken the lead, the visitors then showed a fine rearguard action as Glory threw everything at them in the hunt for an equaliser.

When their defence was beaten, Liam Reddy was on hand to perform heroics and keep the likes of Smeltz and Dodd out.

Don't miss this opportunity to see some live Hyundai A-League action in Sydney's West. Get your ticket today and prepare for a cracking Wednesday night in Campbelltown.

It's Sydney FC against Perth Glory and it's in your neighbourhood! The footballing tradition has always been really strong in this part of Sydney and now is your chance to prove it to a nationwide audience. So, get your tickets today and be a part of this fantastic event. It's going to be epic!