A-League A-League Men Round 22 - Happy Easter In The Dark?


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Jul 5, 2011
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A-League Round 22 and we are back after the international break but will we be able to watch games on TV or streaming this Easter weekend? With the news that the Leagues TV production Partner "Global Advance" has gone bust the APL is now scrabbling at the 11th hour to get matches shown on TV this weekend (tweet below). Arr.. peak A-League hitting its peak. For now we assume that all matches will be shown until further notice. On field we have a couple of big matches of the round, on Saturday night at Allianz stadium between Sydney FC V Central Coast Mariners a chance for the Mariner to solidify top spot. Easter Monday we have the Western Sydney derby between Macarthur FC V Western Sydney Wanderers. We also have a couple of catch up matches midweek

A-League Men Round 22

Friday 29th March

Adelaide United V Western United 7:45pm ESDT, 7:15pm CDST, Coopers Stadium

Saturday 30th March
Melbourne City V Newcastle Jets 5:30pm ESDT, AAMI Park
Sydney F.C V Central Coast Mariners 7:45pm ESDT, Allianz Stadium (Live on 10 Bold, check local guides)

Sunday 31st March
Wellington Phoenix V Brisbane Roar 11:00am ESDT 10:00am EST, 1:00pm NZLT, Sky Stadium
Melbourne Victory V Perth Glory 3:00pm ESDT, 12:00pm WST, AAMI Park (Live on 10 Bold, check local guides)

Monday 1st April
Macarthur F.C V Western Sydney Wanderers 3:00pm ESDT, Campbelltown stadium

Round 21 rescheduled match

Tuesday 2nd April
Central Coast Mariners V Melbourne City 7:00pm ESDT, Industree Group Stadium

Round 12 rescheduled match

Wednesday 3rd April
Perth Glory V Sydney F.C 9:45pm ESDT, 6:45pm WST, HBF Park

Predictions: Adel V WU 1-1 City 3-1 CCM 2-1 Nix 1-0 VIC V Perth 1-1 Mac 2-1 CCM V City 1-1 Syd 2-1

A full week of matches coming up hopefully we will be able to watch them on our TV's and devices.
Have a Happy Easter to all posters who contribute on the board who celebrate have a safe and enjoyable weekend. 🐰


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Probably mentioned in other thread somewhere, but to have the top 10 teams all with goals scored between 36 and 40, and the lowest scoring of the 10 being Wellington in 1st position... It's a season determined by defence it seems.
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