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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Melbourne C 4 1 0 13
2 Western Utd 3 1 1 10
3 W Sydney 3 1 1 10
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Scott McDonald silencing his critics one A-League game at a time

Kwabena Appiah's strike in the 58th minute lifts Western United over Western Sydney Wanderers 2-1.
Diego Castro rescued Perth in the final minutes to draw level and deny Newcastle their first win of the season.
Melbourne City beat Central Coast 3-1 to make it four straight wins and stay top of the A-League.

Early in September, Western United didn't have the most convincing of preseason hitouts. The new A-League franchise defeated North Geelong 2-0 in Caroline Springs, but things were not really clicking that night in possession.

It was preseason, but United coach Mark Rudan was visibly agitated. Nevertheless, an observation from North Geelong centre-back Anthony Banovac seemed to resonate. One of the more perceptive defenders in the Victorian game, it was a small but nevertheless pertinent point. Nor...

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Western United hand Western Sydney Wanderers first A-League loss

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Kwabena Appiah's strike in the 58th minute lifts Western United over Western Sydney Wanderers 2-1.

Western United continued their fine start to the A-League season, ending Western Sydney Wanderers' undefeated run with a 2-1 comeback victory in front of 4,588 at GMHBA Stadium.

After Mitchell Duke opened the scoring for the Wanderers, United hit back through Andrew Durante and Kwabena Appiah-Kubi to jump into second on the table on goal difference, but had their first home win soured by an injury to marquee Panagiotis Kone.

For the first time all season, United fielded a different starting line-up,...

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McDonald the hero in Western United comeback win over Melbourne Victory

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Scott McDonald was the hero as Western United produced a remarkable comeback to win their first A-League clash with Melbourne Victory, recovering from a 2-0 deficit to win 3-2 in front of 20,865 fans at Marvel Stadium.

United recovered to pull the game back to 2-2 at half time on Saturday night, before McDonald scored the winner in the 51st minute to secure bragging rights for the A-League newcomers.

United have been slow starters this season and that trend continued when Victory took a 2-0 lead...

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Melbourne City snatch A-League derby win with 10 men

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A superb Jamie Maclaren double has handed 10-man Melbourne City a 2-1 victory over new rivals Western United, lifting them to outright second on the A-League table in a fiery inaugural derby at GMHBA Stadium.

City took the lead on Sunday evening in the 32nd minute through Maclaren, before former Melbourne Victory striker Besart Berisha equalised from the penalty spot in the 66th.

With City down to 10 men after Harrison Delbridge's red card, Maclaren scored in the 85th minute to hand United their...

Perth Glory had to wear training jersey vs. Western United as away kit lost in transit

Perth Glory were forced to wear their training jerseys for the A-League clash with Western United on Saturday because Australian airline Qantas lost their regular away kit in transit.

Glory, who rescued a 1-1 draw in the game, made the announcement via their Twitter page.

"Kit switch..." the club posted on their official page. "Due to Qantas losing our regular kit in transit, here's what we'll be lining up in against Western United this afternoon."

The tweet attached an image of the club's training...