Canberra on the right track for the road ahead

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Canberra United have ticked off one of their must win games with three points and a near flawless performance. Now all focus will be on their match-up against a winless Perth Glory.

United will be going into this week’s match against Glory with trust and belief in knowing they have the ability to get the job done and a finals chance.

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Considering both team’s previous match results were the opposite.

United had a 4-1 win over an undefeated Brisbane Roar, while ninth place Glory suffered a 0-4 defeat to seventh place Newcastle Jets.

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A momentum swing has turned in the nation’s capital’s favour as United receive an extra home game to help boost their finals chances.

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Proven by their previous record this season on the road, it may be exactly what the doctor ordered on their road to the finals.

United coach Vicki Linton acknowledged how difficult it could be on the Glory side, but said they would take the opportunity with both hands.

“I’m kind of really grateful for that, it’s a big trip across to Perth. I do feel for them, they’ve had such a hard season, and for them to have to do extra travel is tough,” Linton said.

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“But we are very grateful to be at home, it’s a short turn around, so that benefits us for sure.”

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In the position they are in, United are not only relying on themselves to win, but for potential cracks in the current top four. Every win proving more crucial by the week.

With the help of COVID-19 related rescheduling and another game with a home ground advantage, United captain Kendall Fletcher believed they have got what it takes to compete in April.

“I think we can be really proud everything that we are doing. We are just trying to put ourselves in a position to be there in the finals,” Fletcher said.

“We are a finals football quality team, but we just have to make sure that week in week out we are able to put a performance like we did last weekend [against Brisbane].”

Feature image credit: Canberra United

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