Lockdown leads to postponement

Brisbane Roar’s scheduled A-League match against Perth Glory on Sunday at Dolphin Oval has been postponed due to travel restrictions caused Western Australia’s three-day lockdown.

The Glory had been granted approval to travel to Queensland by the WA government despite the lockdown, which was enforced in Perth and Peel to limit the spread of a COVID-19 outbreak.

Following the announcements made yesterday by the Western Australian and Queensland Governments, Brisbane Roar can advise that Sunday's @ALeague game against Perth Glory has been postponed.

More information for members and fans will be communicated shortly. pic.twitter.com/lBdqxf3NV8

However, with the Queensland government restricting travellers from WA, the match cannot go ahead.

A new date for the game is yet to be announced.

The Roar return to action on Wednesday night in Gosford against the Central Coast Mariners.

The Glory, who are five points adrift of Brisbane, host Macarthur FC at HBF Park on Friday night.


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