Match Preview: Three points the target in Pink Round clash

Central Coast Mariners Women are looking to take another big step towards securing a Liberty A-League Finals spot on Sunday evening, as they host Adelaide United at Our Paradise.

Emily Husband’s side are back on home turf for the first time in three weeks, following away success at Perth before the International break.

The Mariners currently sit in fifth place and could form a five point gap between seventh place with a win on Sunday, a very healthy position to be in with just four matches remaining after today.

๐Ÿ—ž Team news

This is the first game that Husband will be without young star Peta Trimis, as she is away with the Young Matildas for the AFC Women’s U20 Asia Cup.

Some positive squad news for the Mariners however, is that Izzy Gomez is back available after missing the trip to Perth through suspension.

โฎ Last time against Adelaide

It was a historic occasion for the club when these two met back in October in a Double Header at Coopers Stadium. Taren King netted the club’s first goal back in the Liberty A-League, before Wurigumala sealed our first three points with her first for the club.

๐Ÿ—ฃ “We can’t wait to be back in front of them” Husband looking forward to Gosford return

๐Ÿ’– Pink Round

This season we are proud to join forces with the McGrath Foundation in a collective effort to raise essential funds to support families across Australia experiencing breast cancer.

โ€œWe are thrilled to unite with McGrath Foundation this year. We are proud to be raising vital funds and awareness for the McGrath Foundation and for the incredible Breast Care Nurses who work tirelessly to provide support to those families facing breast cancer. Our Mariners Partners, Industree Group and Star FM will be joining forces with our Club to paint our match days pink in solidarity.โ€ Alyssar Narey, Mariners Chief Operating Officer said.

READ MORE: Central Coast Mariners Pink Round to join forces with the McGrath Foundation

๐ŸŸ Seating, Tickets and Shop news

After hearing and listening to heat and sun complaints from fans with only the Eastern side of the stadium open, the decision has been made to switch the seating options.

The East will now be closed, with Bays 1-16 to be opened for general admission seating. Please note that members with reserved seats for Isuzu UTE A-League games will not be guaranteed their seats, as the entire Western stand is general admission for this match.

To enter Industree Group Stadium on Sunday, only the Western Gate will be open. All fans are required to scan in through this entrance, directly next to Brian McGowan bridge.

READ MORE: Seating update for Mariners Liberty A-League match against Adelaide

Our special Retail Pink Round jersey will be available to purchase at the game, from our Merchandise Stand in Bay 6 at Industree Group Stadium.