Highlights of the Troisi finals in doubt for Victory

STAR Melbourne's STAR win attacker James Troisi is a 50-50 prospect for the Friday weekend final against Wellington Phoenix.

Meanwhile, Kevin Muscat, a win-win coach, is facing one of the biggest selection calls for his training career, as the two boys refuse to shoot for the lead role after a month's hearing value.

Backup Matt Acton is an excellent replacement for Thomas Thomas, the long-term Victory winner, who suffered a severe ligament in his leg.

Select Muscat and coach of conservator, Jess van Stratten, that he was very careful last week, leaving Thomas on the bench in the 1-0 win on Western Sydney.

But Thomas trained strongly Tuesday and it seems that the gloves would do better, because of his great game experience.

Tomás was great in the last season's finals, with the finals in the semi-final and final – where he finished his bandaged head on the way to win the Joe Marston base.

Troisi trained an individual for an hour on Tuesday, making medium intensity drills.

It seems that Lawrence Thomas goalkeeper will be back from injury. Picture: Getty Images

It seems that Lawrence Thomas goalkeeper will be back from injury. Picture: Getty Images

The attacker suffered a small tear in the first half of Round 26 loss at Adelaide United.

Friday's AAMI Park contact is only 13 days from this injury.

Muscat and assistant Carlos Perez Salvachua will consider the benefits of compromising Troisi, being tested in a final session before the match on Thursday.

If Victory beats Phoenix, the next game of the Senior League would be nine days later, a semi-final tour away to Sydney FC.

Troisi is unlikely to take up South Korea for the series against the Asian Champions League against Daegu FC.

Victory has a clean health bill otherwise, with people like Carl Valeri, Raul Baena and Terry Antonis – all of whom had a late injury problem.

Star imports Toivonen Oil and Kosta Barbarouses also looked sharply, as the intensity was raised before the sudden death series, and once again Victory tried to create a kind of history as the first team in the A-level Championship. third place although they won it from the last fourth season.

Opponents of Wellington – who chose to stay in Australia rather than travel the way back to New Zealand were among the few gaps between the games – to go flying to Monday's Melbourne but they chose to stay in WA after the 5- year loss. 0 against Perth Glory after receiving a more suitable training center.


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