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Wonderful Wanderers look set to remain in pole position

Hard to believe the Wanderers are sitting in first place.
 
They’re proving unstoppable at the moment and they look set to enhance their minor premiership hopes when they host the Phoenix this weekend.
 
A loss would be as stunning.
 
The Wanderers winning the A-League title would be just as stunning.
 
Coach Popovic is living proof that serving an apprenticeship as an assistant coach in England with Crystal Palace was priceless.
 
The Mariners, who were far from disgraced against the Wanderers last weekend and were in fact unlucky not to win the game, are capable of bouncing back against Sydney, but it will prove no easy task.
 
Sydney are proving a lot tougher to beat at home these days, however the Mariners have had an excellent season thus far and most would expect them to bounce back.
 
Sydney are sitting just outside the top six and victory is imperative, while the Mariners could slip five points behind the Wanderers if they incur a second straight loss.
 
The Jets are back at home after a hammering at the hands of Victory and will be primed to strike back against a desperate Glory.
 
The Glory need a win to keep their finals hopes alive, and they seem to be thriving under their new coach.
 
The Jets are missing Heskey, but they are difficult to beat at home and will solidify their place in the top six by picking up the three points.
 
Are the Roar back in business after their impressive win in Adelaide last weekend?
 
One thing is for certain, the Victory are on the march and are tremendous value at $3.00 as they head to Brisbane. 
 
The Roar are out to maintain their spot in the top six and the Victory are suddenly a chance of grabbing second spot.
 
The Roar crunched Victory when last they turned up in Brisbane – that won’t be the case on this occasion.
 
The fall from grace of Adelaide is staggering.
 
They were among the high-flyers at the start of the season and have lost their mojo since the departure of former coach Kosmina.
 
The Heart are legless on the road, however they have won their past five matches at home and with all their players available will prove extremely hard to beat.
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