Who is in the Reds hub?


Adelaide United interim Head Coach, Carl Veart, has 21 players who have made the trip to Sydney and be a part of the hub.

The Reds entered the bubble with some confidence following a 1-0 victory over Brisbane Roar on the Gold Coast on Sunday night.

Their first of four matches in New South Wales begins on Saturday against Wellington Phoenix.

Unfortunately, Nikola Mileusnić has been ruled out for the rest of the season due to persistent discomfort in his foot and returned home after the Roar clash.

Midfielder, James Troisi, is unavailable as he continues his recovery from minor knee surgery.

Nathan Konstandopoulos is obviously still out injured, but has made huge strides forward in his rehabilitation after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament back in February.

Kusini Yengi remains in Adelaide because of pelvic pain and will continue to be monitored.

Four Reds players, who were not in the matchday squad against Brisbane, joined the New South Wales hub and have commenced full training. Louis D’Arrgio has now recovered from a hip flexor complaint as well as Lachlan Brook, who has overcome an adductor issue.

Meanwhile, defenders Yared Abetew and Jackson Walls, have also travelled and bolster the depth in the side.

Adelaide United hub squad:

Goalkeepers: 20.Paul Izzo, 40.Dakota Ochsenham

Defenders: 22.Michael Jakobsen (C), 2.Michael Marrone, 23.Jordan Elsey, 7.Ryan Kitto, 4.Ryan Strain, 34.Yared Abetew, 36.Noah Smith, 41.Jackson Walls

Midfielders: 6.Stefan Mauk, 8.Riley McGree, 18.Lachlan Brook, 42.Taras Gomulka, 27.Louis D’Arrigo

Forwards: 11.Kristian Opseth, 26.Ben Halloran, 14.George Blackwood, 24.Pacifique Niyongabire, 35.Al Hassan Toure, 49.Mohamed Toure

Adelaide United face Wellington Phoenix in Round 26 of the Hyundai A-League 2019/20 season on Saturday 25 July at Bankwest Stadium. Kick-off is at 4.30pm ACST. Live and Exclusive on Fox Sports, ABC, Kayo Sports and the MyFootball Live App.