With the 2019-2020 A-League season well underway, defending champions Sydney FC find themselves 8 points clear at the top and look on course to claim their 5th championship, which has seen europa casino mobile users rushing to place their bets.

Just one draw and one defeat in 13 matches has seen Sydney claim 34 points out of a possible 39. They’ve scored the most and conceded the least in the league this season – and their +17 goal difference pays homage to top scorer, Englishman Adam La Fondre. ALF as he’s known had a successful career in the lower leagues of English football, netting goals for the likes of Rotherham, Reading, Cardiff and Bolton before his move “down under” in 2018.

Chasing the league leaders and currently occupying 2nd place in the table are Melbourne City who are owned by the City Football Group – who also own English Premier League side Manchester City and US MLS team New York City FC. Melbourne’s attack is spearheaded by Englishman Craig Noone, whose previous clubs include Cardiff City and Bolton Wanderers

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Down at the bottom of the table, Newcastle Jets are propping up the rest with just 2 wins from their 13 games this season. English fans will recognise the name of Irishman Wes Hoolahan who joined the Jets at the start of the season. Hoolahan’s successful career in England saw him play over 400 games for the likes of Blackpool and Norwich City, where his attacking play made him a modern day legend at Carrow Road.

The popularity of “soccer” in Australia has been shrinking of late, with average attendances dropping to just over 10,000 from a high of over 13,000 in the 2013-2014 season. On the plus side, it does mean that tickets are easy to come by if you’re down under. Tickets for many top games start at around $20 AUD for adults – that’s just over £10 GBP and a far cry from the £30, £40 or £50+ fans are used to paying to watch their favourite Premier League team.

Whilst the tickets may be cheap, the stadiums are definitely worth a visit – with some beautiful modern facilities as opposed to what some might expect from the rather non-League ticket prices. Several teams play at multiple venues with a regular ground  for “smaller” matches and a larger stadium for local derbies and cup finals.

The largest of which is the 56,000 capacity Marvel Stadium which sometimes plays host to Melbourne Victory. Used mainly for Aussie rules and cricket, the stadium features a retractable roof and movable seating to accommodate sports played on both circular and rectangular pitches.