ADELAIDE UNITED v VICTORY
Hindmarsh Stadium, 7.30pm
Victory will be intent on reversing the result the last time these sides met at Hindmarsh when, as Ange Postecoglou admits, he didn't have one of his finest days and got his team selection wrong. The Reds notched four that night, and new boss Mike Valkanis would love a similar outcome. Can't see it happening though, and fancy Victory to get a result here.
HEART v GLORY
AAMI Park, Saturday, 5.30pm
Must-win game for both teams who are desperately trying to stay in touch with the scrap for a place at the bottom end of the top six. Glory has slumped badly this season having played in a grand final last year, while Heart is inconsistent. New signing Jamie Coyne is likely to get a debut against his old club Glory. Heart might be able to nick this if they play like they did in the loss to Victory.
WANDERERS v JETS
Campbelltown Stadium, Saturday, 7.45pm
Wanderers are riding high and have genuine title aspirations, although winning the championship in a debut season is all nigh impossible. Gold Coast almost managed, but they came a cropper after leading the league for much of the year. Another local rivalry, but it should be another three points for Popovic's men.
SYDNEY FC v ROAR
Allianz Stadium, Sunday, 5pm
These two enjoy a healthy rivalry and this clash should be no different. Sydney was denied at the death against the Jets last week and is desperate to get back on the winning track, while the Roar look to have shaken off their season-long lethargy and are determined to make a late attempt at defending their crown. Honours might be even here.
(All times are AEDT)