Central Coast vs. Melbourne Heart takes place on Sunday in the A-League.
The game takes place at the Bluetongue Stadium and is scheduled to kick off at 06:00 GMT.
In the UK, the game airs live on BT Sport 1/BT Sport 1 HD, while it is also streaming live online with 365.
Watch CC Mariners vs. Heart live here:
Central Coast Mariners look set to be without Tom Slater (back) once again, while Adam Kwasnik (knee) remains sidelined.
Brent Griffiths and Anthony Caceres could both be involved.
Melbourne Heart remain without Orlando Engelaar (fractured tibia), while Jonatan Germano (calf) is still sidelined.
Patrick Kisnorbo returns from suspension.
What they've said ahead of kick-off:
Central Coast Mariners midfielder Michael McGlinchey (on his final game before he joins J-League club Vegalta Sendai on loan): "It's going to be sad to leave. The boys have been fantastic for the years I have been here. It's just one of those things, I'm going to Japan to join 'Arnie' and I'm really looking forward to the challenge, so it will be a bit of a bittersweet moment. t's like a family here, to be honest; they're a great bunch of lads. I'll miss the Coast too, especially in the summer. You only have to go two minutes and you're at the beach so that lifestyle will leave me for a while but I'm sure it will be nice in Japan as well."
New Melbourne Heart coach John van't Schip: "I'm not going to come here just to make changes, I'm going to have a good look at players that are willing to play, are not afraid and don't have fear.
"Maybe that's not always the better player for a lot of people, but it's about the team effort now that's important. And also looking at some younger players, if I can see that there are some players knocking on the door, then for sure they will get an opportunity to step in."