2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
6-6-13, 8th in Australian A-League
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5dAAP

Ninkovic shrugs off Wanderers' rough treatment

Milos Ninkovic has shrugged off the bruising early treatment he got in the Sydney Derby, which coach Steve Corica had warned his players about.

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6dAAP

Perth on edge of glory after Sydney derby draw

Sydney FC's chances of catching A-League leaders Perth almost certainly ended after being held 1-1 by local rivals Western Sydney at ANZ Stadium.

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20dAAP

Wanderers dent Melbourne's finals hopes

Western Sydney Wanderers' horror A-League home run at ANZ Stadium ended with a decisive 3-0 win over finals contenders Melbourne City.

Western Sydney Wanderers celebrate a goal in their 3-1 win over Adelaide.
62dAAP

Western Sydney Wanderers stun Adelaide

An inspired Western Sydney Wanderers stunned fourth-placed Adelaide United with a 3-1 A-League victory at Coopers Stadium.

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68dAAP

Wanderers responded to my criticism - Babbel

Western Sydney coach Markus Babbel admits being surprised by some of the reaction to his criticism of his underperforming playing group this season.

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86dAAP

Babbel laments Wanderers' latest slip-up

Western Sydney Wanderers coach Markus Babbel has seen it happen often this season, but his side's latest A-League implosion still was tough to take.

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106dRob Brooks

Three A-League teams in tatters

The New Year has been ushered in, but it was more of the same for clubs at the foot of the table. Rob Brooks reviews the latest A-League action.

RankingsAustralian A-League

Goal Difference-98th
Goals Scored415th
Assists283rd
Goals Conceded508th