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 By PA Sport

Newcastle Jets surprise Melbourne Victory, Sydney FC beat Perth Glory

Ben Kennedy and Taylor Regan of Newcastle Jets celebrate the win.

Melbourne Victory slumped to a surprise 1-0 home defeat to strugglers Newcastle Jets on Friday to leave the race for this season's A-League title wide open.

Newcastle were bottom of the standings going into the AAMI Park encounter but secured a much-needed victory courtesy of Edson Montano's close-range finish on 54 minutes.

The Jets' third win of the season moved them above Western Sydney Wanderers in the standings.

Sydney FC capitalised by beating Perth Glory 3-0 to join them and the Victory...

Football Federation Australia should not rule out A-League expansion

ESPN FC's Mark O'Dea speaks with Central Coast Mariners Asian General Manager David Mitchell about the possible expansion of the Australian A-League in the Asian continent.

Imagine a packed stadium in Kuala Lumpur or Bangkok watching an A-League side duel with one of the region's best club teams, with live television coverage across Asia?

Or corporate investment from pan-regional companies, pumping millions of dollars into Australia's domestic competition and attracting a higher calibre of marquee player, simply because of the involvement of off shore clubs?

There are many potential positives if the A-League broadens its perspective to consider introducing Southeast...

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Sydney FC beat leaders Wellington Phoenix to move one point off top

Sydney FC celebrate after finding the back of the net against Wellington Phoenix.

Sydney FC moved up to third in the A-League following a comfortable 3-0 victory away to leaders Wellington Phoenix, with both sides finishing the match with 10 men.

Jacques Faty handed the visitors the lead early on and Shane Smeltz made it two just before the half-hour mark, while Sebastian Ryall added a third.

Wellington lost Albert Riera to a second yellow card after 68 minutes and Sydney saw Smeltz follow for a straight red two minutes later.

The defeat leaves Wellington with a narrow lead at...