After three games, only reigning premiers Melbourne City have won all of their games in the A-League Men for 2022/23.
Western Sydney Wanderers and Newcastle Jets do look like potential early challengers with the two kicking off round four on Friday night.
Saturday is then headlined by Brisbane Roar vs. Melbourne Victory as marquees Charlie Austin and Nani face off.
Melbourne City then wrap up the round against Wellington Phoenix as they look to keep their perfect start going.
The Sporting News breaks down how to watch every match from round four below.
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Network 10 currently have the broadcast rights to the A-League Men in Australia.
After showing just one match on free-to-air TV last season, Network 10 will broadcast two games each round this coming campaign on 10 Bold.
The primetime Saturday night match and 3:00 p.m. Sunday game will be free to watch on television every round.
Unike last season, matches will be free of ad-breaks during play with in-picture advertising to be used instead to ensure none of the action is missed.
Those two televised games will then also be available via the free-to-use streaming service 10 Play.
For fans wanting to watch every match, Paramount+ is the place to see all the action with every single match of the 2022/23 A-League Men season to be streamed on the platform.
Paramount+ was launched in Australia in 2021 and is a subscription-based streaming service.
Subscriptions cost $8.99 a month with free seven-day trials available for new customers.
Paramount+ can be viewed via mobile, tablet, desktop, chromecast and a range of smart TVs.
The streaming service also shows the A-League Women, select Socceroos and Matildas matches, the FA Cup and AFC Champions League.
Paramount+ have also recently released a Sydney FC documentary series looking back at the club’s 2021/22 season.
Kicking off on Paramount+ today!
Sky Blue: Inside Sydney FC, is a four-part documentary series that takes you behind the scenes of one of Australia’s most famous football clubs ✊ pic.twitter.com/QsP5cMP4uW
Prior to the 2021/22 A-League Men season, Fox Sports had held the broadcast rights to the competition.
The broadcaster was criticised for some of their coverage leading up the renewal period and they were ultimately outbid by Viacom CBS, who own Network 10 and Paramount+.
Aside from occasional technical difficulties, Fox Sports’ final season also saw veteran commentator Simon Hill axed after he fell out with the network.
Hill subsequently claimed Fox Sports weren’t giving the game proper coverage and opted to remove him after he tried to defend the competition.
Now on another network, Simon Hill is back commentating A-League Men matches.
Hill is joined by the likes of Ben Homer, Teo Pellizzeri and Robbie Thomson this season in calling games.
Tara Rushton and Niav Owens are expected to share hosting roles once again, while former players like Archie Thompson, Daniel McBreen and Alex Brosque will provide co-commentary.