Sydney should stabilise their wobble and get their title challenge back on track here as they face a side who have lost their nine away games. The hosts have won their last five home matches and they have been leading at half-time in three of those so the double result market stands out.
Perth have their sights firmly set on the title now after beating their nearest rivals and they will be licking their lips at the prospect of facing a depleted Roar side. The visitors produced a shock win against Sydney FC recently but this should be a comfortable home win for the leaders.
Western Sydney finally ended their torrid winless run last time out, but that was against the league's whipping boys Central Coast Mariners so Markus Babbel will be under no illusion that his side still need to turn a corner. Adelaide are five games unbeaten now and should be backed to make it six.
Wellington Phoenix host Melbourne Victory hoping to cement their top-six positions here.
The Jets are clearly prioritising the AFC Champions League now based on their selection for this game and that should benefit City. The Melbourne side are not in great form but they will be keen to get back to winning ways against a much-weakened Jets team.
A fascinating top-of-the-table clash in store here and both teams are in fine form coming into this one. Perth Glory have arguably been the more complete of the two teams with their defence keeping four clean sheets in a row so this is unlikely to be a shootout in Melbourne. Expect a low-scoring game.
Western Sydney Wanderers and Central Coast Mariners have managed just three wins between them in the A-League this season and both are in poor form going into this one. However, goals are likely at the Spotless Stadium as these two sides have the joint-worst defensive record in the division.
Just two points separate Melbourne City and Adelaide United in the table but City are unbeaten in the last five A-League meetings between the two sides, winning four of them. They are also unbeaten at home since the start of the season, so the hosts should be fancied here.
Brisbane Roar have conceded a staggering 15 goals in their last four home games but they also scored six themselves and have an in-form striker in Taggart. They take on third-placed Sydney with their goalkeeper and two defenders suspended so a high-scoring game is on the cards here.
The pressure is on the Jets coming into this game as they know they have to win this match to have any hope of catch Wellington who sit in the final play-off place. Their form is solid and while Wellington will look to keep things tight, the Jets should have too much firepower for them ultimately.
Sydney FC need to respond quickly after losing to Melbourne Victory last time out but they will be confident of doing just that given their impressive home form. With exciting new loan arrival Ghoochannejhad in tow, they should be fancied to return to winning ways against the inconsistent visitors.
Leaders Perth Glory have gone nearly 300 minutes without conceding a goal but they face an in-form Wellington Phoenix side who are unbeaten in five away games and scored six goals in their last two. With both teams playing well, it should be a good contest with goals at both ends.
Melbourne Victory trounced Central Coast Mariners 4-1 in November and a similar scoreline would not be surprising on Saturday. Victory are the highest scorers in the A-League, netting at least twice in five of their last six matches, while the Mariners have conceded 14 goals in seven home games.
Brisbane Roar have won just one of the last six A-League meetings between these two sides and are winless on their travels this season. Adelaide United won 2-1 in the reverse fixture and have won by the same score in three of their last seven games, so a similar scoreline is on the cards.