Here at Fox Sports we take a look at the best lines for the week ahead.
Adelaide United (A) Adelaide United have won their last two games.
After losing to Sydney FC, the club have now won two consecutive matches.
Sydney FC (A-) Sydney FC have lost their last three matches.
The hosts have now lost their past five matches.
Perth Glory (A-) Perth Glory have won three of their past four matches.
They are currently in ninth place in the A-League standings.
Melbourne Victory (A)- Melbourne Victory have won two of their three matches against Melbourne City.
The A-league leaders have scored only once in the past two matches.
Brisbane Roar (A+) Brisbane Roas are in third place in their A- League group with two games left.
They have scored just once in their last four matches against Perth Glory.
Brisbane Victory (B-) Brisbane Victory have lost both of their A League matches.
Their past two games have been a draw.
Melbourne City (B-) Melbourne City have lost four of their five matches against Sydney FC.
They scored only twice in their previous two matches against the Roar.
Adelaide (A+)- Adelaide have won five of their six matches.
This is their best start to the season.
Melbourne (A), Adelaide (B) Melbourne Victory are in second place in Melbourne City’s A- league group.
They face Melbourne City at Adelaide Oval on Saturday.
Adelaide Roar(A) The Roar are in fifth place in Adelaide’s A League group.
Adelaide have scored seven goals in their past two league matches.
Melbourne Heart (A)’ Melbourne Heart have won eight of their 11 matches against Adelaide.
They now lead the A League with five wins in their first nine matches.
Melbourne FC (B)’ Melbourne FC have won nine of their last 10 games against Adelaide, with their only loss coming against the Swans.
Melbourne United (B+) Melbourne United have lost six of their eight games against Sydney.
They will travel to Adelaide Oval for their final match of the season on Saturday afternoon.
Adelaide City (A’) Adelaide City have won all three of the matches they have played this season.
They currently lead the Adelaide-Sydney rivalry with six wins from their past nine matches against each other.
Brisbane Lions (A’+) Brisbane Lions have won seven of their first eight matches against Brisbane.
They were eliminated from the ALeague by Melbourne City in the final round of the competition.
Melbourne Glory (B’) Melbourne Glory have lost all four of the games they have been involved in this season, with only one win against Sydney in the last six.
They remain third in the standings.
Western Sydney Wanderers (B’-) Western Sydney have won just one of their seven A-Laws games this season and have drawn one.
They host the Brisbane Roars on Saturday evening.
Melbourne Central (B)- Melbourne Central have won four of five A-laws games, with three wins and one draw.
They travel to Perth for their next match against the Gold Coast Suns.
West Coast Eagles (A-‘) West Coast have won one of four games against Melbourne, with four wins and two draws.
They play host to the Sydney Swans on Saturday night.
Melbourne Rebels (B+)- Melbourne Rebels have lost two of three against Perth, with just one win and two losses.
They sit seventh in the table, six points adrift of eighth-placed Brisbane.
Sydney Swamers (B-‘) Sydney Swamps are in sixth place in Sydney-based football.
They lost all three matches they played against Melbourne last week.
Brisbane Broncos (B)+ Brisbane has won four games this year and have scored nine goals in the process.
They won their first four matches of the campaign, against Melbourne and Brisbane.
Perth Thunder (A’-) Perth Thunder have won six of the past eight matches they are involved in.
They hold a three point lead over the Western Bulldogs in the bottom half of the table.
Melbourne Storm (A)/ Melbourne Storm have won 11 of their 15 matches this season against the AFL, with one loss.
They still sit in seventh place in Australia’s top division, three points adrawn from eighth-place Sydney.
Adelaide Crows (B)/ Adelaide has lost six consecutive matches, with its last loss coming in round five against Melbourne.
The Crows have scored twice in the previous three matches at the MCG.
Western Bulldogs (B’)- Western Bulldogs have won only one of its past 11 matches at home this season (a draw with the Brisbane Lions).
They travel again to the MCg for their home clash against the Sydney Roar on Saturday and then travel to Darwin for a two-match winless run. 27. Perth