Jeremy Brockie won't miss a Jets game due to international duties.
Hunter Ports Newcastle Jets striker Jeremy Brockie has a busy week ahead with the Jets game against Adelaide on Friday night, the New Zealand All Whites clash with Jamaica mid next week before returning for the Jets game against Melbourne Victory.
The good news is, the in-form goalscorer won't miss a game for the red and blue due to international duties.
“I don-t miss any games while away with the national team and hopefully we can get a win on Friday and again when we take on Victory the week after,” he said.
Adelaide United are coming off a loss to Sydney and will be eager to remain a mathematical hope of playing finals when they travel to Hunter Stadium this Friday night.
“Adelaide are not going to be easy, they are in a similar position to us trying to get in the top six," Brockie said.
“It is going to be a good battle, we have had two draws against them this season so hopefully we will get the three points playing them on our home pitch.”
After the disappointment of last week-s 2-nil loss to Perth Glory, Brockie says he is looking forward to making amends against Adelaide.
“It was a pretty frustrating night for myself, I didn-t get many chances and it was one of those games where we stayed a bit too deep and weren-t threatening them enough and it all collapsed from there,” the striker said.
“We were pretty confident going into it and it was not the best game but we are a top six team and hopefully we can jump even higher up the ladder this weekend.”
Brockie also hopes to take this season-s strong form with him when he travels back to his homeland.
“I have had a pretty good season so far, in the last four or five games I have started for the National team with there being a couple of players out and I am hoping I can go over there and get back in the starting 11 and really push my case,” Brockie explained.
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