David Carney was influential for Sydney again.Source:AAP SYDNEY FC SCOREBOARD: 1-0 win over Adelaide (Bobo 45’) WHAT WENT RIGHT? In the end it was the result more than anything – proof yet again that this Sydney side has the will to win engraved through its heart. Under the hammer from Adelaide for much of the first half, Sydney taught the home side a lesson in ruthlessness. The winning goal was superbly worked – a sweeping pass from Josh Brillante, a clever run and sliding cutback from Luke Wilkshire and an alert finish from Bobo – but the victory was all about sheer bloodymindedness and a determination to leave with the points. WHAT WENT WRONG? If there’s one thing concerning Graham Arnold it’s the fact that his team is producing results without hitting the heights. That might sound counterintuitive, but Sydney have not been at their best for a couple of weeks, and Arnold knows that’s a situation that can’t go on indefinitely. Defensively his side got out of jail a couple of times on Friday night, most notably when Nikola Mileusnic headed a glorious chance over the bar with the Sydney goal gaping. COMING UP: v Western Sydney, ANZ Stadium (Saturday night) SELECTION TABLE There are question marks over Milos Ninkovic, after the Serbian playmaker missed his second consecutive game in the wake of a kick on the calf suffered against Adelaide in the FFA Cup final. His loss would be felt acutely in the derby, though David Carney has performed admirably as an understudy. Matt Simon is definitely available again after serving a one-match ban. - Tom Smithies It was a tough night at the office for Wandereres’ Raul Llorente.Source:News Corp Australia WESTERN SYDNEY SCOREBOARD: 2-0 loss to Brisbane WHAT WENT RIGHT? There wasn’t much to savour amid drenched conditions – Raul Lorente’s attacking forays down the left confirmed his quality, and there was a flurry of attacking intent at the start of the second half. Coach Josep Gombau refused to be downhearted, talking about his project as something that won’t happen overnight, on which basis presumably Western Sydney can only improve. WHAT WENT WRONG? Hard to know where to start. Oriol Riera missed a glorious chance to