Round 13 of the Hyundai A-League 2018/19 season throws up some fantastic match-ups with a host of sides out for a form of revenge.
Newcastle Jets travel to AAMI Park on Saturday evening to face Melbourne Victory in the second of this season’s Grand Final re-matches.
And then on Sunday, Sydney FC welcome Adelaide United to Jubilee Stadium in a re-match of the 2018 FFA Cup Final.
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Read on to find out how to watch all of this weekend’s Hyundai A-League action!
Viewers from outside Australia can find out how to watch at: https://www.a-league.com.au/our-international-broadcasters
Melbourne City v Brisbane Roar
Friday, 7:50pm (AEDT)
This particular match-up always has a bit of spice to it and City will be determined to get one back over the Roar after they were caught out 2-0 earlier in the season at Suncorp Stadium.
Brisbane are still under the tutelage of caretaker manager Darren Davies after parting ways with ex-Melbourne Heart boss John Aloisi and are desperate for a win after giving up a two-goal lead to eventually go down 4-2 to Perth Glory last week.
City, meanwhile, have put together a good run and are now four games unbeaten after Sunday’s 2-1 win over Newcastle Jets.
How to watch: Tune in to 10 Bold to watch the Friday night fixture LIVE and FREE from 7:50pm (AEDT). You can also watch the clash on FOX SPORTS 505 or stream the match on the MyFootball Live App, which is live, fast and data-free for Telstra mobile customers.
Wellington Phoenix v Central Coast Mariners
Saturday, 5:35pm (AEDT)
The Phoenix are currently riding an unprecedented wave of momentum and are unbeaten in seven games to sit comfortably inside the top six.
This game at Westpac Stadium gives them every chance of extending that run and Mark Rudan’s side will be confident of overcoming the rock-bottom Mariners.
Central Coast were decent against Sydney FC last week and even took the lead before going down 5-2 after Kalifa Cisse was given his marching orders for two yellow cards.
The Mariners are still without a win in the 2018/19 campaign and could find life tough against a fired-up Phoenix outfit, who will set a club record if they can avoid defeat in this one.
How to watch: Tune in to FOX SPORTS 505 to catch this early kick-off at 5:35pm (AEDT). You can also stream the match on the MyFootball Live App, which is live, fast and data-free for Telstra mobile customers.
Melbourne Victory v Newcastle Jets
Saturday, 7:50pm (AEDT)
Kevin Muscat’s Victory will be out for an immediate response following their first Hyundai A-League defeat in more than two months.
Victory were beaten 2-0 at Adelaide United on Wednesday evening and the reigning champions have now won just one of their last four matches.
That form has seen them fall six points behind table-toppers Perth Glory but the visit of the Jets on Saturday evening gives them a quick chance to bounce back.
The Jets have been particularly inconsistent in the 2018/19 Season and lost 2-1 at Melbourne City last time out.
The form of Roy O’Donovan - hit with a lengthy suspension in last season’s Grand Final which was won 1-0 by Victory - has at least boosted Ernie Merrick’s side, the Irishman having scored three goals in four matches this season.
How to watch: Tune in to 10 Bold to watch the Victory-Jets clash LIVE and FREE from 7:50pm (AEDT). You can also watch on FOX SPORTS 505 or stream the match on the MyFootball Live App, which is live, fast and data-free for Telstra mobile customers.
Sydney FC v Adelaide United
Sunday, 6:00pm (AEDT)
The Sky Blues and United meet for the first time since Craig Goodwin’s sensational double settled October’s FFA Cup Final.
And the winger is back in scoring touch, netting twice in his last three matches as Adelaide have found some festive form.
That 2-0 win over Victory will give Marco Kurz’s side confidence as they travel to a Sydney FC side beaten 3-1 by Perth Glory on Wednesday evening.
That defeat ended a streak of four straight wins for Sydney FC, a run in which they had scored 12 goals.
Just four points separate these two sides on the Hyundai A-League table, meaning far more than bragging rights are on the line.
How to watch: Tune in to FOX SPORTS 505 to see this fixture from 6:00pm (AEDT). You can also stream the match on the MyFootball Live App, which is live, fast and data-free for Telstra mobile customers.
Perth Glory v Western Sydney Wanderers
Sunday, 8:00pm (AEDT)
Free-scoring Perth Glory have been at their attacking best in recent weeks, netting 11 goals in their last three matches, all of which have been comfortable wins.
The club’s latest success - the aforementioned 3-1 triumph over Sydney FC - extended Glory’s lead to six points atop the Hyundai A-League table.
And the visit of the struggling Western Sydney Wanderers could give Perth a chance to build on that advantage.
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Western Sydney have not won in five and are leaking goals at the back, form that sees them already 10 points adrift of the finals places.
The Wanderers - formerly managed by Perth coach Tony Popovic - did at least get a draw in the corresponding fixture earlier this season, Roly Bonevacia’s second-half equaliser securing them a point in a 1-1 draw in Perth.
How to watch: Tune in to FOX SPORTS 505 to watch the last match of Round 13 from 8:00pm (AEDT). You can also stream the match on the MyFootball Live App, which is live, fast and data-free for Telstra mobile customers.