The A-league's regular season is coming to an end. Before finals football and a topsy-turvy offseason, it's time for another recap.
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Wellington Phoenix's hopes of a first top-two A-League finish have ended as Newcastle Jets recorded a remarkable 3-0 win on Thursday night.
With every team back in action, movers and shakers, contenders and pretenders, buyers and sellers have all begun to appear. It's the A-League recap!
Spectators from Sunday's A-League game between Newcastle and Western United have been asked to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms.
Roy O'Donovan scored the only goal of the day after 29 minutes to give Newcastle the win.
Kosta Petratos scored a 90th-minute winner in a 2-1 victory for Newcastle over Sydney FC that kept alive his team's slim A-League playoff hopes.
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The FFA has confirmed that the A-League will resume on Friday after a 4-month hiatus, with three Melbourne teams in quarantine at a hub in Sydney.
The remainder of the A-League season will play out mainly in NSW because of government travel restrictions imposed to curb the spread of COVID-19.
A-League team will return to training this week after players agreed to a pay-cut but a broadcast deal has yet to be finalised.
Details are yet to be confirmed, but the hub model is thought be the preferred option, with Sydney the front-runner to host the remaining fixtures.
An A-League soccer player has become the first Australian professional footballer to test positive for the coronavirus.
Newcastle beat Melbourne City in what is likely to be the final match of Australian professional sport for the foreseeable future.
Veteran forward Scott McDonald has continued his run of goalscoring form for Brisbane who have claimed a 1-0 A-League win over Newcastle.
A condensed A-League season looks set to play out almost entirely in Sydney and Melbourne under a revamped schedule that is close to finalisation.
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Newcastle Jets have put a severe dent in Adelaide United's A-League finals ambitions with a 3-0 away win on Sunday.
Nikolai Topor-Stanley is a contender for goal of the year and Roy O'Donovan scored the winner as the Jets defeated the Glory.
Newcastle's habit of conceding goals early in halves came back to bite them as Melbourne Victory fought back to draw 1-1 at McDonald Jones Stadium.
Newcastle showed character in their first A-League match under Carl Robinson, fighting back to earn a 1-1 draw at Western Sydney Wanderers.
Newcastle may just have opened up a dam after finally ending a seven-game winless drought with a scrappy 4-3 derby win over Central Coast.
Sydney FC's win over a plucky Brisbane Roar and Newcastle's wasteful draw with Western United were an embodiment of those sides' signature styles.
Newcastle Jets failed to convert a lopsided 27-4 advantage in shots in a frustrating scoreless A-League draw with Western United.
Newcastle were made to lament some horror finishing and brilliant goalkeeping as their barren A-League run continued with a 2-1 loss to the Phoenix.
|Melbourne City FC||25||13||5||7||+10||44|
|Wellington Phoenix FC||26||12||5||9||+5||41|
|Western Sydney Wanderers||26||9||6||11||-5||33|
|Central Coast Mariners||26||5||3||18||-29||18|