Adelaide drop to bottom
Adelaide United dropped to the bottom of the ladder following their defeat at the hands of the North Queensland Fury in round 15.
The other teams in the the bottom three teams at the start of the round all won and this pushed Adelaide to the bottom of the ladder on goal difference.
Round 16 also saw a historic win for Newcastle Jets as they beat Sydney FC for the first time in the league in their own backyard. That win moved the Jets one place up the ladder.
That win for the Jets was also their first away win this season.
After losing their last home game 4-nil, Melbourne Victory this time turned the tables around winning 4-nil against the Gold Coast United.
The loss meant that the Gold Coast team dropped one place into fourth place and were replaced by the Central Coast Mariners despite the Mariners being held at home by Perth Glory.
The Mariners scored nine goals in their last two matches both away from home but they could not find the net in front of their own home supporters.
So after taking a look at the home ladder after the last round, this time I will take a look at the away ladder and here it is:
|Central Coast Mariners||9||4||1||4||15||6||9||13|
Not very surprising to see Victory of this ladder after an impressive away form but Adelaide also anchor this ladder.