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They will still be without Joseph Mills (neck) and Brandon Wilson, who is away on international duty but there is a light at the end of the injury tunnel as the Glory look to kick start their season.Three points would lift Glory back into the top six depending on results elsewhere and Coach Kenny Lowe, who is under pressure from disgruntled supporters after their poor run, feels that his charges are relishing the prospect of facing the Victory.
Cyrus, 28, is relishing getting back down to business with Inglewood and looking forward to the new season.
"As much as it's nice to have time off, I'm sure I'm not the only person that misses the team atmosphere during off-season," commented Cyrus, who has represented Caribbean nation Grenada on 16 occasions.
"It's great to be back in and around the lads with a refreshed, injury-free squad.
It'll be a good atmosphere at AAMI Park and as we always do, we'll go there targeting three points." Glory have a good record against Victory, and they have drawn two of their last three away gmes, while the WA side's last win in this fixture came in January 2015 when first-half goals from Andy Keogh and Chris Harold secured the points in a game played at Geelong's Simonds Stadium.
Kevin Muscat's side won the last meeting between the pair, running out 2-0 winners at nib Stadium back in Round 7, but they have won only one of their seven home games so far this term and will be without Rhys Williams on Saturday after the former Glory defender was sent off against Wellington on Wednesday evening.
So without wishing to jinx it, things finally seem to be on the up for us in that sense.