Perth Glory vs. Macarthur (Saturday, 6.05am)
While the visitors are battling to avoid being cut adrift of the top four, 10th-placed Glory face the same predicament regarding the teams directly above them.
We say: Perth Glory 1-2 Macarthur
With both teams showing little form in recent games, this contest may be lacking in quality.
However, Macarthur are in a position where they have more freedom to throw caution to the wind, leading us to predict a narrow win for the visitors.
Brisbane Roar vs. Wellington (Saturday, 8.05am)
The Australian A-League returns with a fresh set of fixtures as Brisbane Roar welcome Wellington Phoenix to the Suncorp Stadium on Saturday.
The hosts will be looking to grab their fourth win on the bounce, while the visitors will aim to extend their unbeaten run to five games.
We say: Brisbane Roar 1-2 Wellington Phoenix
This match sees two of the most in-form teams in the A-League trade tackles, and we can expect an entertaining matchup. However, considering the Roar's struggles on home turf this season, we see Wellington Phoenix claiming all three points in this one.
Western Sydney vs. Sydney FC (Saturday, 10.10am)
Looking to end a run of six games without victory, Western Sydney Wanderers take on Sydney FC at the Bankwest Stadium on Saturday.
In stark contrast, the visitors head into the Sydney derby unbeaten in their last six games and will aim to continue their surge to the top of the table.
We say: Western Sydney Wanderers 0-2 Sydney FC
Sydney come into this tie in fine form and will aim to build on their recent run of results. With the hosts struggling to perform in recent weeks, we back the visitors to take advantage of their poor form and end their winless run in this fixture.