Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe has opted against appealing a two-match touchline ban.
Brisbane Roar star Tommy Oar is not surprised by Perth Glory's cracking start to the A-League season.
Following a dispute over a penalty goal awarded to Melbourne City, Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe finds himself with a two-match A-League ban.
Adelaide forward Henrique has been ruled out for at least six weeks with a grade two medial ligament injury.
Wanderers coach Tony Popovic says there is much work still to be done if the league's youngest outfit are to reach a fourth A-League grand final in five years.
The Jets have continued their unbeaten start to the season, but it did not come without cost to Mark Jones' already-depleted squad.
Newcastle have fought back from two goals down to hold Western Sydney to a 2-2 draw at Spotless Stadium.
Sydney FC continued their unbeaten run, with a late Milos Ninkovic goal giving the league leaders a 1-0 win over Wellington Phoenix.
Perth's well-drilled display against Melbourne City provided a clear lesson on how to outfox the A-League's big guns.
Victory coach Kevin Muscat said the 2-1 win over Adelaide United on Saturday night was a high-quality contest.
Mariners coach Paul Okon opted to go with Paul Izzo instead of Ivan Necevski between the sticks in their loss to Brisbane on Saturday.
Brett Holman enjoyed arguably his best performance for the Roar since returning to the A-League this season in Saturday's win over Central Coast.