Using Opta data, we predict the rest of the A-League regular season.
The A-League season appears set to pause on Tuesday, and second-placed Melbourne City are yet to clinch their Finals place.
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Melbourne City moved to within seven points of A-League leaders Sydney FC as Jamie Maclaren claimed the matchball against Central Coast.
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Saturday's A-League games ended in draws as doubts grow over how much longer the season will continue.
After holding a 3-0 half-time lead, Melbourne City had to weather a comeback bid from Perth Glory in an A-League thriller on Sunday.
Western United beat Central Coast Mariners 6-2, while Melbourne City edged past Brisbane Roar to go second in the A-League table.
Wellington Phoenix maintained their unbeaten home record in the A-League by seeing off Melbourne City.
Perth Glory remain just a point behind Melbourne City, as both sides won their respective A-League fixtures on Friday.