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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

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2 Melbourne V 13 3 5 42
3 Perth Glory 8 7 6 31
4 Melbourne C 8 6 7 30
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Perth Glory beat Western Sydney to move up to third

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Perth Glory climbed up to third after a hard- fought 2-0 win over Western Sydney Wanderers at nib Stadium on Saturday night.

Chris Harold scored his second goal of the season -- courtesy of a deflection off Wanderers defender Robert Cornthwaite -- on the cusp on half-time before substitute Joel Chianese sealed the result in the 94th minute.

The gutsy win extended Glory's unbeaten streak to four matches, lifting the club ahead of both Melbourne City and Brisbane Roar with six rounds to play before...

Perth Glory's Andy Keogh fit to face Western Sydney Wanderers

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Andy Keogh has been declared fit for the Perth Glory.

Perth Glory striker Andy Keogh says he's fit to return in Saturday night's A-League clash with the Western Sydney Wanderers at nib Stadium.

Keogh missed last week's 2-2 draw with Brisbane because of a hamstring injury, but he trained strongly on Tuesday and declared himself ready to go against the Wanderers.

Glory sit in fifth spot on the ladder, but are just two points adrift of third spot.

Western Sydney 'don't need to win next week' against Perth - Kenny Lowe

Perth Glory find themselves under pressure to hold fifth position after a 2-2 draw with Brisbane Roar but coach Kenny Lowe expects to welcome back striker Andy Keogh next week.

Glory twice came from behind at home to Brisbane on Saturday night through goals to Nebojsa Marinkovic and Adam Taggart to claim a draw that keeps them two points behind third-placed Melbourne City and fourth-placed Brisbane.

Perth are four points ahead of the Wanderers, who sit in sixth and will be the Glory's next opponents...