The two Sydney-based sides competing in the 2012/13 Hyundai A-League soccer competition have gotten off to a slow start, with both teams sitting near the bottom of the table after three rounds.

Sydney FC might be on the verge of turning things around however, having picked up their first win of the season against cross-town rivals the Western Sydney Wanderers at Parramatta Stadium over the weekend (October 20).

After dropping games to the Wellington Phoenix and the Newcastle Jets, the 0-1 victory might just be the thing that Sydney FC needed to kick their season into gear.

However it means that things go from bad to worse for the Western Sydney Wanderers, who are yet to notch up a win after drawing with the Central Coast Mariners in their opening game before losing to Adelaide United FC away.

If you have any ideas on how either of the two Sydney sides might be able to pick up their season, why slot machine not come on down to Strathfield Sports Club Sydney and discuss it with our friendly community?

Even if you are not a football fan, Strathfield Sports Club is still a great place to hang out with friends and perhaps enjoy some tasty cuisine at our delicious Red Pepper Bistro.

Meanwhile in the Hyundai A-League, Adelaide United is at the top of the table based on goal difference despite losing 2-1 to the Melbourne Victory FC on Saturday (October 19).

Their record of two wins and one loss is equal with the Perth Glory and the Newcastle Jets, while the Wellington Phoenix are close behind with one win and two draws to their name.

The New Zealand side are the only team in the competition who haven't yet lost a game, and could prove to be contenders if they can chalk up a few more victories.