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March 2014

Review of the A-League Round 25

With the third-last round of the 2013-14 Hyundai A-League season having just been completed, the finals qualifications story has become somewhat clearer.


Club
P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Brisbane Roar 25 16 3 6 42 22 20 51
2 Central Coast Mariners 25 11 6 8 30 33 -3 39
3 Western Sydney Wanderers 25 10 8 7 30 26 4 38
4 Adelaide United 25 10 7 8 43 32 11 37
5 Melbourne Victory 25 10 7 8 36 40 -4 37
6 Sydney FC 25 10 3 12 34 36 -2 33
7 Newcastle Jets 25 9 5 11 30 32 -2 32
8 Wellington Phoenix 25 7 7 11 34 43 -9 28
9 Melbourne Heart 25 6 7 12 32 37 -5 25
10 Perth Glory 25 6 7 12 24 34 -10 25

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Hyundai A-League Round 25 Preview: Kewell’s Retirement and the run to the finals

 

CC Image courtesy of Tiget Benji on Flickr
CC Image courtesy of Tiger Benji on Flickr

Only three rounds are left in the regular season of the Hyundai A-League and this week’s fixtures see a few timely match ups that will go a long way to deciding top-4 and top-6 finals qualification.

With Brisbane Roar having wrapped up the Premiership last week in their 1-nil victory over the Melbourne Victory, attention is now turning to the relative positionĀ of the other 5 teams in this years final’s fixtures, with positions 2 to 7 all within 6 points of each other. This week will see both the Wanderers and the Victory try to guarantee home semi-finals while Sydney FC, Wellington and Melbourne Heart will all try to keep their finals opportunities alive against higher-placed opposition.

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