E-League: Bouncing back against City

It wasn’t the start to competitive E-League action which we hoped for, with Melbourne Victory completing a convincing aggregate win over our team last Thursday night.

N8 Liz was at the end of a drubbing from Mo, who banged 14 goals past her across two legs but it won’t have dented the talented Xbox player’s confidence heading into Thursday night.

She’ll face a Melbourne City substitute this weekend as she looks for her first competitive E-League win, taking on Storm Noa across two legs.

He’s in the side in place of Marcus Gomes, who has travelled to Singapore to represent Australia in the FUT Champions Cup.

Another player who has made the trip to Singapore is our very own Fweshest, which means BLFifa will get his first shot at E-League football this season.

He’ll be a strong player in the quest for a first competitive E-League win for the Club this season, but it won’t be easy for the Newcastle local.

BLFifa is up against Saisanas, who is two from two in the E-League so far this season and will be looking to make it three on the trot.

Back at normal time this weekend, the E-League will kick-off at 8.30pm and will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 505 and Twitch.