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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

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3 Melbourne C 2 1 1 7
4 Melbourne V 2 0 2 6
5 Western Sydn 1 2 1 5
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Perth Glory showcase A-League title credentials, James Troisi sends a message to Graham Arnold

Rob Brooks delves into the highs and lows week four of the A-League as clubs prepare to take a back seat to international action in the week ahead.

Talking point of the weekend

Perth Glory finished the weekend top of the league following their 2-0 triumph over Adelaide on Sunday, signalling that Tony Popovic's men could well be the real deal this season.

Seen as a potential dark horse after bringing in the likes of Chris Ikonomidis and Jason Davidson over the offseason, Perth have started the...

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Melbourne Victory thrash Central Coast Mariners to climb up to second

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Melbourne Victory have pummelled the Central Coast Mariners 4-1 to close out round four of the A-League.

Melbourne Victory delivered a stunning statement of A-League intent, thrashing Central Coast Mariners 4-1 at AAMI Park.

The champions were ruthless from the kickoff on Sunday night, with Keisuke Honda, James Troisi and Corey Brown scoring in a vintage first-half display.

Mario Shabow's first professional goal gave the Mariners something on an otherwise sorry night, before Josh Hope rounded out the scoring.

Mike Mulvey's team were reduced to an amateur outfit in front of 16,508 fans, who also cheered...

Keisuke Honda coaching Cambodia via video, set to miss first AFF Cup match vs. Malaysia

Melbourne Victory's Carl Valeri says he is pleased to see the midfield partnership of Keisuke Honda and Terry Antonis bearing fruit.

Malaysia's hopes of kicking off their 2018 AFF Cup campaign with a win over Cambodia in Phnom Penh on Thursday have been boosted by confirmation that the hosts will be without mentor Keisuke Honda.

The Japanese star was appointed in August to become general manager of the Angkor Warriors but took on the role of acting head coach in September's friendly against Malaysia that ended in a 3-1 defeat.

With Honda busy on Sunday playing for Melbourne Victory against Central Coast Mariners in the Australian...