Hyundai A-League Week 9 Ins and Outs

Want to know who's in and who's out of your team this week? Check out all the line-ups for week 9 of the Hyundai A-League.

Want to know who's in and who's out of your team this week? Check out all the line-ups for week 9 of the Hyundai A-League.

Adelaide United v Central Coast Mariners Friday, 2 December 2011 Venue: Hindmarsh Stadium Local Kick Off: 7:30pm Referee: Kris Griffiths Jones / Assistant Ref 1: Daniel Goodwin / Assistant Ref 2: Curtis Wordsworth / 4th Official: Regis Queffelec

TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 1 Radio broadcaster: 891 ABC Adelaide / Coast FM (Gosford) 96.3

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 19): Adelaide United wins 6, Central Coast Mariners wins 7 (6 draws)

Adelaide United squad: 1.Eugene Galekovic (gk), 2.Osama Malik, 4.Jon McKain (c), 5.Daniel Mullen, 7.Zenon Caravella, 8.Evgeniy Levchenko, 9.Sergio van Dijk, 11.Bruce Djite, 13.Ricardo Da Silva, 14.Cameron Watson, 16.Spase Dilevski, 17.Iain Ramsay, 18.Fabian Barbiero, 20.Mark Birighitti (gk), 21.Francisco Usucar, 22.Milan Susak

In: Daniel Mullen (returns from international duty), Evgeniy Levchenko (returns from injury), Sergio van Dijk (returns from injury), Mark BIRIGHITTI (gk) (returns from international duty) Out: Nigel Boogaard (suspended - 1 match), Dario Vidosic (back - indefinite), Nick Munro (gk) (Youth Team) Unavailable: Cassio (ankle - indefinite)

Central Coast Mariners Squad: 1. Mathew Ryan (Gk), 2. Daniel McBreen, 3. Joshua Rose, 4. Pedj Bojic, 6. Patrick Zwaanswijk, 7. John Hutchinson, 8. Rostyn Griffiths, 9. Bernie Ibini, 11. Oliver Bozanic, 12. Troy Hearfield, 14. Michael McGlinchey, 18. Alex Wilkinson, 19. Matt Simon, 20. Justin Pasfield (Gk), 22. Mustafa Amini

In: 1. Mathew Ryan (Returns from Qantas Australian Under 23 duty), 11. Oliver Bozanic (Returns from Qantas Australian Under 23 duty) Out: 10. Adriano Pellegrino (Omitted), 30. Nathan Denham (Omitted) Unavailable: 13. Stuart Musialik (Calf - 1 week)

Perth Glory v Gold Coast United Saturday, 3 December 2011 Venue: nib Stadium Local Kick Off: 7:00pm Referee: Strebre Delovski / Assistant Ref 1: Matthew Cheeseman / Assistant Ref 2: Michael Nugus / 4th Official: David Costello

TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 1 Radio broadcaster: SportFM 91.3

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 6): Perth Glory wins 0, Gold Coast United wins 4 (2 draws)

Perth Glory squad: 1.Danny VUKOVIC (gk), 2.Josh MITCHELL, 3.Bas van den BRINK, 4.Billy MEHMET, 5.Steve PANTELIDIS, 7.Jacob BURNS (c), 8.Adam HUGHES, 9.Shane SMELTZ, 10.Liam MILLER 14.Steven McGARRY, 15.Tommy AMPHLETT, 17.Todd HOWARTH, 18. Jesse MAKAROUNAS, 19.Josh RISDON, 21.Mile STERJOVSKI 25. Trent McCLENAHAN, 27.ANDREZINHO, 30. Lewis ITALIANO (gk) **three to be omitted**

In: 5.Steve PANTELIDIS (returns from injury), 10.Liam MILLER (returns from suspension), 18.Jesse MAKAROUNAS (promoted), 21.Mile STERJOVSKI Out: Unavailable: 6.Chris COYNE (Achilles - 3 months), 11.Victor SIKORA (hip - long term injury list), 12.Scott NEVILLE (knee), 13.Travis DODD (hamstring- 2 weeks),16.Evan BERGER (hamstring - 5-weeks), 20.Neil YOUNG (abdominal)

Gold Coast United Squad: 1.Glen Moss [gk], 3.Michael Thwaite (c), 4.Zac Anderson, 5.Kristian Rees, 6.Paul Beekmans, 7.Golgol Mebrahtu, 12.Dylan Macallister, 13.Ante Rozic, 14.Ben Halloran, 15.Adama Traore, 16.Maceo Rigters, 17.Chris Harold, 18.James Brown, 20.Jerrad Tyson [gk], 21.Daniel Severino, 22.Peter Jungschlager, 23.Dylan McGowan, 24.Jonas Salley, 29.Mitch Bevan. *four to be omitted*

In: 18.James Brown, 23.Dylan McGowan (return from international duty), 21.Daniel Severino (promoted), 4.Zac Anderson (promoted). Out: None. Unavailable: 9.Joel Porter (calf - 3 weeks), 19.Chris Broadfoot (ankle injury - 6 weeks).

Newcastle Jets v Melbourne Victory Saturday, 3 December 2011 Venue: Ausgrid Stadium Local Kick Off: 7:45pm Referee: Jarred Gillet / Assistant Ref 1: Alex Glasgow / Assistant Ref 2: Scott Edeling / 4th Official: Ryan Shepheard

TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 1 Radio broadcaster: 1233 ABC Newcastle/ 774 ABC Melbourne/ 1116 SEN Melbourne

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 18): Newcastle Jets wins 8, Melbourne Victory wins 6 (4 draws)

Newcastle Jets squad: 1. Ben Kennedy (gk), 2. Taylor Regan, 4. Nikolai Topor-Stanley, 5. Tiago Calvano, 6. Ben Kantarovski, 7. Kasey Wehrman, 8. Jeremy Brockie, 9. Michael Bridges 10. Ruben Zadkovich, 11. Tarek Elrich, 12. Jobe Wheelhouse (c), 13. Sung-Hwan Byun, 14. Labinot Haliti, 17. James Virgili, 19. Matthew Nash 22. Ali Abbas, 23. Ryan Griffiths, 24. Francis Jeffers, 25. Jacob Pepper, 30. Jack Duncan *four to be omitted*

In: Kantarovski, Bridges, Virgili, Abbas Out: Kennedy (NYL) Unavailable: Nil

Melbourne Victory: 3. Fabio, 4. Petar Franjic, 6. Leigh Broxham, 7. Matthew Kemp, 9. Jean Carlos Solorzano, 10. Archie Thompson, 11. Marco Rojas, 13. Diogo Ferreira, 14. Billy Celeski, 15. Tom Pondeljak, 16.Carlos Hernandez, 17, Jimmy Jeggo, 18. Danny Allsopp, 19. Isaka Cernak , 20. Lawrence Thomas (GK), 21. Ante Covic, 22. Harry Kewell, 23. Adrian Leijer (c) **four to be omitted**

In: 7. Matthew Kemp (returns from injury) Out: 12. Rodrigo Vargas (suspended) Unavailable: 1.Tando Velaphi (stress fracture), 2. Matthew Foschini (suspended)

Melbourne Heart v Wellington Phoenix Sunday, 4 December Venue: La Trobe City Stadium Morwell Local Kick Off: 3:00pm Referee: Ben Williams/ Assistant Ref 1: Shaun Evans / Assistant Ref 2: George Lakrindis / 4th Official: Lucien Laverdure

TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 1 Radio broadcaster: 774 ABC Melbourne/ 1116 SEN Melbourne / The Radio Network Wellington 1035AM

Melbourne Heart v Wellington Phoenix All matches (played 3): Melbourne Heart wins 1, Wellington Phoenix wins 1 (1 draw)

1.Clint Bolton (gk), 2.Michael Marrone, 3.Brendan Hamill, 5.Fred, 6.Matt Thompson, 7.Rutger Worm, 8.Kristian Sarkies, 9.Maycon, 11.Alex Terra, 13.Jonatan Germano, 15.David Williams, 16.Aziz Behich, 17.Jason Hoffman, 18.Curtis Good, 19.Eli Babalj, 23.Mate Dugandzic, 25.Adrian Madaschi, 30.Sebastian Mattei (gk)

In: Mate Dugandzic (returns from international duty), Jason Hoffman (returns from international duty), Alex Terra (returns from injury) Out: Wayne Srhoj (suspended) Unavailable: Nick Kalmar (back - four weeks), Kliment Taseski (fractured foot - long term), Kamal Ibrahim (ankle - two weeks), Wayne Srhoj (suspension - 1 week)

Wellington Phoenix squad:

1. Mark Paston (GK), 2. Manny Muscat, 3. Tony Lochhead, 6. Tim Brown, 7. Leo Bertos, 8. Paul Ifill, 9. Chris Greenacre, 11. Daniel, 12. Nicky Ward, 14, Mirjan Pavlovic, 17. Vince Lia, 18. Ben Sigmund, 20, Tony Warner (GK), 21. Dani Sanchez, 22. Andrew Durante (C).

In: Dani Sanchez (returns from injury) Out: Alex Smith (foot injury) Unavailable: Lucas Pantelis (knee injury - indefinite), Jimmy Downey (knee injury - 2 to 3 weeks), Alex Smith (foot injury - 1 week).

Sydney FC vs. Brisbane Roar Sunday, 4 December 2011 Venue: WIN Jubilee Kogarah Local Kick Off: 5:00pm Referee: Peter Green / Assistant Ref 1: Rod Allen / Assistant Ref 2: Lance Greenshiels / 4th Official: Matthew Cropper

TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 1 Radio broadcaster: 774 ABC Melbourne / 1116 SEN Melbourne / 88.6 Plenty Valley FM Melbourne

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 21): Sydney FC wins 5, Brisbane Roar wins 8 (8 draws)

Sydney FC squad: 1. Liam Reddy, 2. Sebastian Ryall, 3. Jamie Coyne, 4. Pascal Bosschaart, 5. Michael Beauchamp, 7. Brett Emerton, 8. Karol Kisel, 9. Bruno Cazarine, 10. Nick Carle, 11. Dimi Petratos, 12. Shannon Cole, 15. Terry McFlynn (c), 17. Terry Antonis, 18. Juho Makela, 19. Mark Bridge, 20. Ivan Necevski, 23. Rhyan Grant (two to be omitted).

Ins: Dimi Petratos (returns from international duty), Sebastian Ryall (returns from international duty), Rhyan Grant (returns from international duty) Outs: Scott Jamieson (suspended), Hirofumi Moriyasu.

Brisbane Roar Squad: 1. Michael Theoklitos (GK), 2. Matt Smith (Capt.), 3. Shane Stefanutto, 4. Matt Jurman , 5. Ivan Franjic, 6. Erik Paaratlu, 7. Besart Berisha, 8. Massimo Murdocca, 9. Kofi Danning, 10. Henrique, 11. Issey Nakajima-Farran, 16. Mohamed Adnan, 17. Mitch Nichols, 18. Luke Brattan, 19. Jack Hingert, 21. James Meyer, 22. Thomas Broich, 30. Matt Acton (GK). *three to be omitted*

In: 9. Kofi Danning (Returns from international duty), 4. Matt Jurman (Returns from international duty), 17. Mitch Nichols (Returns from international duty) Out: Nil Unavailable: N/A