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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

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5 Perth Glory 8 8 7 32
6 Western Sydn 7 10 7 31
7 Wellington P 6 5 12 23
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Brendon Santalab nets hat trick as Wanderers beat Melbourne City

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SYDNEY -- Evergreen Western Sydney Wanderers striker Brendon Santalab has set a new club goal-scoring record as his hat trick helped shore up the club's A-League finals hopes with a 3-1 home victory over Melbourne City,

The 34-year-old poacher added to his tally for the season to 14, eclipsing the previous record of 11 he had shared with Mark Bridge.

Sanatalab equalised midway through the first half at Spotless Stadium on Friday, after City took a fortuitous lead in the third minute when a Neil...

Western Sydney Wanderers focused on Bruno Fornaroli in Tim Cahill absence

Melbourne City smashed the Newcastle Jets with two goals from Bruno Fornaroli.
Bruno Fornaroli has now scored six goals in six games this season.
Bruno Fornaroli will be the danger man against the Western Sydney Wanderers.

Tim Cahill or no Tim Cahill, the Western Sydney Wanderers' approach to Friday's A-League clash doesn't change -- keep Melbourne City's vaunted attack at bay.

But playmaker Mitch Nichols admits there were a few relieved defenders when news dropped that the veteran striker would be away with the Socceroos for the Spotless Stadium clash.

Last weekend's easy work of the Wellington Phoenix has the Wanderers in the finals box seat, five points above the seventh-placed New Zealand side with four rounds...

Brendon Santalab's return to Western Sydney prolonged his career

Brendan Santalab's double took him to the top of WSW's scoring charts, and downed Wellington Phoenix in the process.

Despite a successful stint in China with Chongqing Lifan, Brendon Santalab decided to take up Tony Popovic's offer to return to the A-League, and the rest they say is history.

Four years ago, Santalab thought his football career was on track. Based in China, he'd done a stint with Chengdu Blades and was scoring freely at Chongqing.

There were no plans to return to Australia, at least not in the near future.

Until former Sydney FC teammate Tony Popovic asked the striker yet again to play for his...

A-League finals race appears over with sixth spot 'Western Sydney's to lose'

Brendan Santalab's double took him to the top of WSW's scoring charts, and downed Wellington Phoenix in the process.

Internal jostling for positions will continue but the A-League's finalists appear all but set in stone after Western Sydney fortified sixth spot with four rounds to go.

In trouncing sorry Wellington 3-1 on Sunday, the Wanderers not only secured their first win at temporary home Spotless Stadium, but also climbed five points clear of the seventh-placed Phoenix and six ahead of eighth-placed Newcastle.

It is a mountain even Phoenix co-coach Des Buckingham concedes may be too high, admitting a playoff...