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James Brown effort enough for Melbourne to shock Sydney

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ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Gary Phillips preview all the big matches from Week 22 in the Australian A-League.

James Brown scored the only goal as Melbourne City shocked high-flying Sydney FC on Friday.

Brown's strike nine minutes from time handed Melbourne a 1-0 win and kept Sydney a point behind league leaders Wellington Phoenix who face Brisbane Roar on Sunday.

The result also moves City five points clear of Brisbane in the race for the final playoff spot but the Roar have three games in hand.

Safuwan named in 20-man Singapore squad for Thailand and Guam friendlies

Safuwan Baharudin, currently on loan at Melbourne City, has been named in Singapore's 20-man squad for the Thailand and Guam friendlies later this month.

Singapore international defender Safuwan Baharudin, currently on loan at A-League club Melbourne City from Malaysia Super League side LionsXII, has expectedly been called up for his country's upcoming friendlies against Thailand and Guam on March 26 and 31 respectively.

Singapore's 20-man squad announced by coach Bernd Stange lays emphasis on experience and features the likes of Johor Darul Ta'zim II's Shahril Ishak and Baihakki Khaizan. LionsXII will have nine representatives.

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Wellington Phoenix rise above Perth Glory, Melbourne City cruise

Wellington Phoenix celebrate after taking the lead through Roy Krishna.

Wellington Phoenix leapfrogged Perth Glory and went top of the A-League standings for the first time in their history with a 2-1 win in Western Australia.

Roy Krishna put the New Zealanders ahead in the 23rd minute but Glory cancelled out the lead within six minutes as Ruben Zadkovich drew them level.

However, Phoenix were not to be denied and Krishna's ninth league goal of the season sealed a sixth away success for his side to leave them two clear of Glory and Melbourne Victory, who were 3-0 winners...