2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
4-4-11, 8th in Australian A-League
Western Sydney Wanderers celebrate a goal in their 3-1 win over Adelaide.
3dAAP

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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9dAAP

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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27dAAP

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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47dRob 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.

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49dAAP

WSW booed off after 3rd straight home defeat

Western Sydney's disappointing A-League season reached a new low after the Wanderers were booed by their own fans in a 2-0 loss to Melbourne City.

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55dAAP

Adelaide, Wanderers share points in thriller

Adelaide United and Western Sydney Wanderers were forced to settle for a share of the points after a pulsating 2-2 draw in sweltering conditions.

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64dRob Brooks

What was Vedran Janjetovic thinking?

Rob Brooks reviews all the weekend A-League action, in which Vedran Janjetovic's blunder handed the Wanderers yet another Sydney derby defeat.

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66dAAP

Janjetovic red costs Western Sydney in derby

A moment of madness by Vedran Janjetovic cost Western Sydney a shot at harbour city bragging rights, the Wanderers going down 3-1 to Sydney FC.