17 November 2019 06:33

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Afternoon, sports fans. There's no point attempting to dress it up any other way - today is complete, utter, total festival of football. Yes, there's some WBBL doing the rounds and a certain cricket story that will be discussed and debated ad nauseam in the lead-up to the first Test against Pakistan, but this fine Sunday is dominated by domestic football. There are three W-League games, two A-League games and all of this is highlighted by a Big Blue double-header at Kogarah, which from personal experience I can say is a ripper of a place to watch football (or any sport, for that matter). Fans in attendance at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium will also be treated to the sublime skills of my second-born son, who'll be doing his darnedest to find the back of the net in a small-sided game at half-time of the A-League game between Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory.

It's a lovely day, it'll be close to a sellout and the Kogarah playing surface will be like a billiard table. But he'll likely think little of it. Youth is wasted on the young. Brisbane Roar haven't scored from their last 55 shots, a streak stretching back three full games for Robbie Fowler's winless side. They'll need to improve – and fast – if they're to nab a first win of the season when they host ladder-leaders Melbourne City at a sold-out Dolphin Stadium.

Watch the action on Fox Sports 505 from 3.45pm AEDT, and join the conversation in our live blog below! Watch Brisbane Roar host Melbourne City LIVE and On-Demand with Kayo. Get your 14 day free trial & start streaming instantly> Round 6 Jets' brick wall goalie 0:31 Team news City haven't struggled despite the absence of star striker Jamie Maclaren in the past two weeks, scoring six goals and notching another two wins. Maclaren returns to the starting side this afternoon after overcoming his hamstring complaint, and will look to add to his four league goals this campaign, as City chase a fifth-straight win. They'll be without their talented young duo Connor Metcalfe and Ramy Najjarine, both on international duo with the Australian U-23 side in China.

For Roar, Aaron Amadi-Holloway makes his starting debut after promising performances off the bench in recent weeks, as Robbie Fowler seeks to ignite his dire offence. Live blog Follow all the action as it happens in our live blog. If you can't see the blog, click here. Brisbane Roar FC vs Melbourne City FC live score 17-11-19 football Today is the 17 November and football combat between Brisbane Roar FC and Melbourne City FC is gonna start soon. The match is holding during the league A-League in Australia. We are waiting for really breathtaking football confrontation between these two cool teams. In the last match Brisbane Roar FC played against Melbourne Victory and has finished that match with the score 0: 1. Melbourne City FC played against Adelaide United FC and was ended that match with the score 2: 1. Both tutors have chosen agrressive line-ups. Marker out the favorite of this football fight in the comments and voting. This match will be refereeing by the professional squad of refs. Bankrupt Medi4