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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Melbourne C 7 2 4 23
3 Perth Glory 6 3 3 21
4 Wellington P 6 3 4 21
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A-League midseason review: Sydney FC, Melbourne City lead the pack

Sydney continue their impressive form vs. Newcastle jets to move further clear at the top of the A-League.
Two extra-time goals help end Central Coast Mariners drought against Melbourne Victory in a 3-2 win.
Richarlison's goal led Everton to a win vs. Brighton, while Mat Ryan gave to bushfire relief with each save.
Perth Glory made it five on the trot in a stellar display against a woeful Adelaide with a 3-0 win.
A blockbuster first half fizzled in the second as Brisbane Roar and Melbourne City failed to best one another.
Wellington Phoenix matched their club's unbeaten streak record with ease against a disappointing Wanderers.

We are near the midway point -- curse you, uneven rounds and byes -- of the A-League season. It's time for some perspective.

To this point, it appears the competition this season is broken up into three tiers, as reflected by the ladder: Sydney, Melbourne City to Adelaide United, then the rest. It's the A-League, though, so anything can happen between now and the time the Toilet Seat is lifted in triumph.

Anyway...

1. Sydney FC

The ladder does not lie. Sydney have unquestionably been the A-League's...

W-League review: Kyah Simon's recovery is a boost for Melbourne City and Matildas

The W-League weekend in 280 characters or less

City extend their unbeaten streak with 4-0 thrashing of Canberra, Newcastle's game against Adelaide is rescheduled due to heat and smoke, and Western Sydney record their first loss of the season after a 4-0 drubbing at home to Brisbane Roar.

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Melbourne City's Kyah Simon (centre) could make her first Matildas appearance in over a year after hitting form in the W-League.

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Kyah Simon

Kyah Simon has had A Week. On Wednesday, the veteran striker was recalled by Australia for their Olympic qualifiers in February...

W-League review: Good news for Melbourne clubs but Brisbane toil

The W-League weekend in 280 characters or less

City stay undefeated with 2-0 win over Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth forced to settle for a 2-2 draw, Victory claw their way into the top four with 2-1 win over Newcastle, and Canberra's game against Sydney is postponed due to bushfire smoke.

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Melbourne City celebrate after Aivi Luik scored against Brisbane Roar.

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Melbourne's clubs

As a Sydneysider (and a Sydney FC supporter), I've often been loath to compliment Melbourne and everything that exists...

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Perth Glory win four in a row as Central Coast Mariners slip up

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Two goals either side of half-time sunk the spirited Central Coast Mariners on New Year's Eve as Perth Glory proved a class above in a 3-0 rout.

Buoyed by last week's 2-1 A-League victory over Adelaide, Mariners fans didn't get the celebration they were hoping for to round out 2019 at the Central Coast Stadium.

It wasn't until just before half-time that Glory's star Diego Castro broke the deadlock after he was gifted the ball on the edge of the box from a corner, rocketing a left-footed bullet into...

W-League review: Goalkeepers shine, Wanderers reach #PeakDub

Melbourne City travelled to Sydney in their hopes of slowing the top side down after their strong start to the season but couldn't pull it off as they suffered a 2-1 loss.
Matildas captain and star striker Sam Kerr sits down with ESPN to share her journey from Aussie rules to soccer and what coming home to Perth truly means.

The W-League weekend in 280 characters or less

Wanderers cement top spot on goal difference with 4-0 win over Canberra, Victory keep their finals hopes alive with 2-1 win over Perth, Sydney stay in touch with the top two after a jammy 2-0 win over Adelaide, and Brisbane climb into the top four with 2-1 defeat of Newcastle.

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Sarah Willacy
Adelaide United keeper Sarah Willacy was in fine form against Sydney FC.

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Goalkeepers

We've talked a lot in this column about how brilliant some of the competition's...