Melbourne City FC Captain Patrick Kisnorbo says his side will be treating the Final 270 like a mini finals series as they prepare to face Wellington Phoenix on Sunday.
After picking up 10 points out of a possible 12, Kisnorbo is still aware that the job is not done yet, with Brisbane still in touch for the sixth finals spot.
“We’ll treat the game like any other game, we’ll be playing for the points but it’s a hard task,” Kisnorbo said.
“Wellington have come off two bad results and they’ll be fighting for a good result but so are we. We will worry about getting a good result and come Sunday.”
The sides recent run of form has come hand in hand with Kisnorbo’s impressive form in the second half of the season but the Captain believes that team consistency has been the key rather than his personal performances.
“I’m just trying to play as best as I can for the team and if that means I’m playing well, so be it, but I’m trying to do the best for the team and for the Club,” Kisnorbo said.
“We’ve been working very hard on consistency and belief. They are two big things we’ve tried to improve and it’s helping us, but there is no point doing it for four games, we need to do it for season. We have another chance to do that come Sunday.”
Melbourne City FC face Wellington Phoenix this Sunday, kick-off 5pm. Make sure you are at AAMI Park this Sunday for our final home match of the season as John van’t Schip’s men continue their charge towards the #Final270. Secure your place at the match now!