Michael Dodge

A-League clubs in the Asian Champions League

Melbourne Victory are in a qualifying playoff while Western Sydney Wanderers and Central Coast Mariners are direct entrants to the group stage.

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Champions League quarterfinals ahead for Wanderers

Shannon Cole and Brendon Santalab scored to send an A-League club back to the quarterfinals.

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Wanderers fall in Round of 16 first leg in Japan

A late third Sanfrecce goal in Hiroshima makes for a difficult second leg next week in Western Sydney.

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Wanderers get Sanfrecce Hiroshima in Round of 16

The A-League's only remaining club flies to Japan in early May.

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Mariners exit Champions League on late free kick

Deflected Sanfrecce Hiroshima free kick does in the Mariners in Japan on Match Day 6.

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Wanderers rout Guizhou Renhe at Parramatta

Four goals in thirteen second half minutes send the Wanderers into the Round of 16 as a top seed.

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Victory out of Asia after scoreless draw in Korea

A scoreless draw prevented the Victory from advancing to the Round of 16 on goal difference.

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Mariners back to bottom of Group F after own-goal

John Hutchinson's 92nd minute own-goal means the Mariners have work to do on Match Day 6 if they want to get back to the Round of 16.

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Wanderers win in Korea to go top of Group H

Two second half goals sent Western Sydney to the brink of qualification for the Round of 16.

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Victory beat Evergrande in the Champions League

Early and late goals were enough to beat last year's champions and set up a final group stage day with all four on level points.

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Victory unable to win in Japan

Goals from James Troisi and Jimmy Jeggo were not enough to avoid dropping all three points in Japan.

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Wanderers drop Champions League game in Japan

Labinot Haliti scored again but this time it wasn't enough to take all three points from Kawasaki Frontale.

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Reddy and Seip combine to give Mariners Asian win

Penalty save by Liam Reddy and volleyed goal from Marcel Seip lead the Mariners to Asian victory.

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Champions League loss for Mariners in Beijing

Nick Fitzgerald scored a late penalty but it wasn't enough in Beijing.

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Wanderers beat Kawasaki in Champions League

Another early goal keeps the Wanderers in second place in Group H.

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Three points in Champions League for the Victory

First half Kosta Barbarouses goal is enough to hold off Yokohama F. Marinos in Melbourne.

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Wanderers win first Champions League game

The Wanderers move into second place in Group H with the win.

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Victory nick Champions League draw against Jeonbuk

The Victory came back after two Lee Dong-Gook goals in the second half.

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Mariners come back to beat Sanfrecce Hiroshima

Two goals from Mile Sterjovski put the Mariners into second place in Group F on Tuesday night.

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Wanderers fall in Champions League debut

A first minute Brendon Santalab goal was not enough as the Wanderers lost 3-1 to Ulsan Hyundai on Wednesday night.

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Victory lose in China after holding two-goal lead

Pablo Contreras and Leigh Broxham scored first half goals but the Victory shipped four in the second half to lose in China.

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Mariners drop Champions League opener in Seoul

The A-League side played well in stretches but could not keep FC Seoul from taking all three points in the Group F game.

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Victory win in ACL qualifier to join Group G

James Troisi and Leigh Broxham scored to send the Victory into Asia for the first time in three years.

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Victory to host Muangthong United in ACL qualifier

The Thai side are in their third qualifying playoff after reaching the group stage for the first time in 2013.

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