Watch all the McDonald’s Mini Matches from Round 20

Need to catch up on any of the Hyundai A-League action from Round 20? Well, you've come to the right place 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.

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Wellington Phoenix 2-0 Western United 

It was a new playing strip but the same old Wellington Phoenix as they enhanced their Hyundai A-League finals credentials with a convincing win over Mark Rudan’s Western United.

Liberato Cacace continued his fine season with a brilliant finish in the first half before David Ball – from a Stefan Marinovic assist – iced the result in the final minute.

REPORT: Phoenix move into third spot as Western United crumble

Western Sydney Wanderers 5-2 Adelaide United

The Wanderers continued their mini-resurgence under interim boss Jean-Paul de Marigny by beating the Reds in a crazy, see-sawing Hyundai A-League contest.

There were six goals scored in a frenetic first-half as the Wanderers came from 2-1 down to register a victory that has breathed new life into their finals hopes.

REPORT: Wanderers ignite finals hopes in seven-goal thriller with Reds

Brisbane Roar 1-1 Perth Glory

Roar continued their penchant for late goals as defender Macaulay Gillesphey’s towering header salvaged a draw for Robbie Fowler’s troops.

For long periods it looked like Glory would take maximum points after Bruno Fornaroli struck in the first-half but Brisbane – roared on by a sell-out crowd in Redcliffe – refused to wilt and equalised five minutes from time.

REPORT: Late Gillesphey goal hands Roar a hard-earned point against Perth

Newcastle Jets 1-1 Melbourne Victory

It was a real game of two halves in the Hunter as the Jets and Victory – both under relatively new coaches – had to settle for a point each in an entertaining affair.

Roy O’Donovan gave the home side a deserved lead at the break with his first goal since re-joining the club before Ola Toivonen headed Victory level early in the second half to leave Carl Robinson and Carlos Salvachua still searching for their first Hyundai A-League wins.

REPORT: O’Donovan scores for Jets but Toivonen salvages draw for Victory

Central Coast Mariners 0-3 Sydney FC

It was the Sydney's next generation which stole the headlines in Gosford as the Sky Blues moved 13 points clear at the top.

Milos Ninkovic scored early before young guns Marco Tilio and Harry Van der Saag scored their first Hyundai A-League goals late on to seal the victory.

REPORT: Sydney FC’s late double strike ensures win over brave Mariners