Jubilee Stadium will host a midweek match-up between Sydney FC and Perth

Into the box: Alex Baumjohann looks to cross the ball during Sydney's match against Brisbane earlier this year. Pictures: Jaime Castaneda.
Into the box: Alex Baumjohann looks to cross the ball during Sydney's match against Brisbane earlier this year. Pictures: Jaime Castaneda.

It will be a big midweek match-up as Sydney FC face Perth Glory at Jubilee Stadium Today (Wednesday), April 7.

The reigning champion Sky Blues will be looking to edge their way back towards the top four with a victory this week.

It was a draw between the two clubs in their previous match on March 24.

Sydney FC Head Coach Steve Corica said that he thinks it will be a great game.

"We recently played Perth in WA and that was an excellent match where we created a huge number of chances," he said.

"We are looking to turn the screw this time, I thought Perth got out of jail really and we won't let them off the hook this time.

"Both teams play attacking brands of football and it's only because of two fantastic goalkeepers that the game ended 1-1.

"It's the school holidays and it's kids get in free at this game, so it's a great time for families to come out watch some football."

Kids entry to the match is free, with up to two kids attached to each adult ticket purchased.

Sky blue: Milos Ninkovic.

Sky blue: Milos Ninkovic.