This week in Australian Football Weekly

It’s business time for Australian Football Weekly, with the race for the premiership and a top-six spot well and truly on.

It-s business time for Australian Football Weekly, with the race for the premiership and a top-six spot well and truly on.

After his hat-trick performance against Perth Glory, Melbourne Victory-s Robbie Kruse tells us how the move south has kick-started his career after the problems he faced at Brisbane Roar.

Outside the top six and with four make-or-break games to go, Central Coast Mariners season is on the line - but club stalwart Andrew Clark says his team are at their best when their backs are against the wall.

That thrilling come-from-behind win has done wonders for Perth Glory, but skipper Jacob Burns is quick to remind his team in the race for the finals, that every game is a cup final from now on.

It-s been a roller-coaster season for Hyundai A-League new boys North Queensland Fury, but Dutch striker Dyron Daal says there is still plenty to be happy about in Townsville.

And after being rooted to the bottom of the ladder not so long ago, Newcastle Jets are firmly in the frame for finals football - the question for captain Matt Thompson is just how high can the Jets fly?

Plus we-ve got the AFW finals predictor, the inside track on Serie A-s Milan derby, Andy Harper on the potential of the Australia Cup, and John McKain gets Dumb & Dumber. Kick his ass, Seabass!