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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
4 Brisbane 3 5 1 14
5 Perth Glory 3 3 3 12
6 Western Sydn 2 5 2 11
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Adelaide UnitedAdelaide United
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Sydney FCSydney FC
Perth GloryPerth Glory
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Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
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Perth GloryPerth Glory
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Wellington Phoenix FCWellington Phoenix FC
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Melbourne Victory frustrated by Perth Glory as chances wasted

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Melbourne Victory were unsuccessful in their trip to Perth Glory, as the sides played out a 1-1 draw in the A-League.

Perth Glory frustrated Melbourne Victory's attempt to jump back to second in the A-League table, holding them to a 1-1 draw at AAMI Park on Friday.

Victory created a hatful of chances, but their star-studded forward line could not find a second goal after Besart Berisha had cancelled out Andy Keogh's record-setting opener in front of 16,017 fans.

Marco Rojas, Besart Berisha, James Troisi, Fahid Ben Khalfallah and substitute Jai Ingham all then missed opportunities to win it for Victory.

Between...

Vibrant Central Coast Mariners too strong for Perth Glory

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Central Coast Mariners claimed their first A-League home win since New Year's Eve with a dynamic 2-0 victory over injury-hit Perth Glory on Thursday night.

Harry Ascroft volleyed home in the first half and Roy O'Donovan sealed all three points in the second, temporarily sending the Mariners into the top six.

Playing in front of their home fans at Gosford for just the second time this season, Mariners put on a show on for a small but vocal crowd of 5,296.

Connor Pain and Trent Buhagiar led an energetic...