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Gestede continued: “We have to keep this momentum going on, this positive feeling and this confidence with us.
“We’re going to play Western United – an experienced team with quality.
“We’ve got quality in our side so we don’t fear anyone… we need to manage a bit more and maybe be more patient, but I look forward to playing this team.
“We need (the fans) alongside us. Especially when you are not in a good position, I know the fans are disappointed, frustrated and sometimes they say ‘we won’t support you because you’re in this position’, but in reality that’s when we need them.
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“We look forward to seeing them back at the stadium, and to come in numbers, because they’re going to play a very important part for us.
It’s the second time the two sides meet in the 2020/21 season, after a goalless draw in Matchweek 6 which could have ended with multiple goals to either side. Grant Brebner’s Victory went on a three-game losing streak after the stalemate with United before snapping that run with the win over Wellington.
Victory are gunning for their second win in succession and first against United in A-League history (D1, L3), a result which Brebner says will only come if his side stick together in continued pursuit of an uplift in form.
“The key is togetherness. We saw on Wednesday the togetherness that the group has during and post-game,” Brebner said.
“We don’t want to make it just that one game. We need it to carry us forward and become a number of games.We want to keep that momentum going so it’s important that we continue that form and come away with three points again.”