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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Sydney FC 4 0 1 12
3 W Sydney 3 1 1 10
4 Western Utd 3 1 2 10
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Western UnitedWestern United
Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
2
1
FT
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Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
0
0
FT
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Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
Sydney FCSydney FC
1
0
FT
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Melbourne VictoryMelbourne Victory
Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
1
2
FT
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Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
2
1
FT
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Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
Leeds UnitedLeeds United
1
2
FT
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W-League review: Wanderers go bang, Newcastle fight back, young local stars shine

Remy Siemsen
Remy Siemsen, 20, returned to Sydney FC with a bang.

The W-League weekend in 280 characters or less

Western Sydney kick off the season with a 2-1 win over Adelaide, Sydney pick up where they left off beating Victory 3-0, Canberra defeat an under-strength Perth 2-0, and Newcastle take their first ever point off Melbourne City after drawing 1-1.

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Western Sydney Wanderers
The Western Sydney Wanderers opened their season with a win over Adelaide United on Thursday night.

The Winners

Western Sydney Wanderers

It's not hard to improve on a wooden spoon, but the Wanderers got their new-look season off to the best...

W-League 2019-20 Season Preview: New signings, key players, ones to watch

Sam Kerr says she's excited to share the club she'll be joining as she looks to challenge herself in Europe.
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It's back. The wait for the start of a new W-League season always seems interminably long, however with the Women's World Cup conveniently positioned during the break this year, the opportunity to see women's football on our screens has been plentiful.

- U.S. viewers can stream W-League games live on ESPN+

While the Matildas' exit from the tournament in France felt premature, the announcements that funding for both W-League players and national team players would receive a significant boost has...

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Western United hand Western Sydney Wanderers first A-League loss

Western UnitedWestern United
Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
2
1
FT
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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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Western Sydney held to goalless draw by Brisbane Roar

Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
0
0
FT
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Western Sydney returned to the top of the A-League, but dropped their first points of the season in a 0-0 home draw against a spirited Brisbane on Saturday.

Like Sydney last week, winless Roar would have left Bankwest Stadium wondering how they failed to score and have just one goal to show from three games. .

Wanderers goalkeeper Daniel Lopar pulled off three saves in each half to help preserve a point for Wanderers, who were more of an attacking presence than in last week's rearguard effort, but...