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Defending A-League champions Central Coast Mariners will be desperate to cut down the seven-point deficit between themselves and top side Brisbane Roar, when the two sides meet again this weekend.

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Three points from this fixture could also see the Mariners overtake second-placed Western Sydney Wanderers. Although, Roar will also be expecting to maintain their five-point lead over Wanderers – with a game in hand – so it’s all set up to be an interesting contest between the two.

Roar recovered from being a goal down against the in-form Wellington Phoenix last time out, to return to winning ways after an inconsistent few weeks.

Coach Mike Mulvey’s striking options for this game have gained a huge boost, with the return of star striker Besart Berisha from suspension and the re-signing of former favourite Jean Carlos Solorzano. Meanwhile, Ivan Franjic is also a possibility to feature – as he edges ever closer to full fitness once again.

The Mariners blew away local rivals Newcastle Jets 3-0 in their last game, to continue a five-game unbeaten run that has seen them rise up the table in recent weeks.

With nearly all of his key players available to choose from, Mariners boss Phil Moss does have a slight selection headache – as he must decide whether to return skipper John Hutchinson to the starting line-up or keep the faith with Caceres, following the youngster’s impressive midfield performances.