Missed any of the action over the festive period from what was a thrilling Round 12? Don not despair as we've got you covered with our McDonald's Mini Matches.
Watch all the goals, saves, close shaves, flash points, dust ups, sights, sounds and reactions from the five matches that took place over the last few days in the Hyundai A-League.
Adelaide United 2-3 Western Sydney Wanderers
A crazy match to open the round saw Wanderers prevail in a five-goal thriller over the Reds at Coopers Stadium.
It was a match that had a bit of everything from a stunning headed goal to VAR drama, penalty misses and some feisty challenges.
Nicolai Muller was the two-goal hero for the Wanderers who snapped a seven-game winless run to ease the pressure on coach Markus Babbel.
Western United FC 1-3 Wellington Phoenix
This time there was no dream result for Mark Rudan against his former club as the Phoenix increased their unbeaten run to seven games with a sensational display on the road.
David Ball, Callum McCowatt and Ulises Davila got the goals that has some experts - including Fox Sports' Robbie Slater - tipping the Phoenix to be Sydney FC's biggest title challengers.
Newcastle Jets 1-1 Brisbane Roar
Both the Jets and Roar managed to snap their losing runs but the draw won't be of a great relief to either of the Hyundai A-League's basement battlers.
The Jets led for much of the match through Dimitri Petratos' first-half goal but couldn't hold on as Roar substitute Bradden Inman earned his side a share of the spoils late on with a cracking strike.
Sydney FC 2-1 Melbourne City
More than 17,000 fans were in Kogarah to see one of the Sky Blues' most courageous wins under Steve Corica's tenure.
Down 1-0 when Rhyan Grant was sent off 25 minutes in, Sydney FC somehow clawed their way back to prevail thanks to goals from Adam Le Fondre and Kosta Barbarouses.
Central Coast Mariners 0-3 Perth Glory
Perth Glory secured their fourth win on the trot after cruising past Central Coast Mariners 3-0 on New Year's Eve.
Diego Castro, Bruno Fornaroli and Joel Chianese were the scorers for Perth.