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Adelaide United v Brisbane Roar FC

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Adelaide are unbeaten at home in 14 Hyundai A-League matches (W9), last losing to Brisbane Roar in December last year (1-2).

Brisbane have won only one of their last four Hyundai A-League matches (L2), and have not scored more than one goal in a game in that run.

The Reds have lost only one of their opening nine fixtures (W6 D2), their best start to a Hyundai A-League season since 2010/11.

Meanwhile, Brisbane has made their worst ever start to a Hyundai A-League season, with just seven points from their opening nine games.

Adelaide has scored exactly two goals in each of their last four Hyundai A-League games, winning three of these (L1).

Brisbane Roar are unbeaten in their last six Hyundai A-League games away to United (W5), winning the last four in a row (including playoffs).

Only three players have made more than 500 successful passes in the A-League this season, all of them representing Brisbane Roar (Matt Smith, Jade North and Luke Brattan).

No side has had more shots on target this Hyundai A-League season than Adelaide (49).

Perth Glory v Newcastle Jets

League leaders heading into Matchday 10 Perth Glory are unbeaten in six games (W5).

However, Glory have conceded exactly one goal in each of their last four Hyundai A-League games, and have kept just one clean sheet in their last 21.

Newcastle Jets have yet to win this season (D4 L5), their worst ever start to a Hyundai A-League campaign after nine games.

The Jets have also conceded in every Hyundai A-League game so far and have only scored more than one goal in a game on one occasion.

Glory is unbeaten in nine Hyundai A-League games against the Jets, winning seven of those including the last three.

Newcastle have failed to win in Perth since a 1-0 win in November 2005, losing nine and drawing four since then.

No player has had more shots on goal than Perth’s Andy Keogh this season (22).

No team has had fewer shots (60) or shots on target (25) this Hyundai A-League season than Newcastle.

Wellington Phoenix v Central Coast Mariners

The Nix are the only side yet to draw in the Hyundai A-League this season, winning five and drawing four.

The Mariners are without a win since the opening day of the Hyundai A-League season, with five defeats and three draws since then.

After five home Hyundai A-League games without a win, Wellington have won their last three at the Westpac Stadium, scoring 10 goals in the process.

Central Coast Mariners have registered just one goal in their last four Hyundai A-League games.

Wellington have won their last two against the Mariners, however they’ve not beaten them at home since August 2010 (D2 L4).

The Mariners have found the net in each of their last 12 Hyundai A-League games against the Nix, scoring exactly one goal in each of the last four.

Wellington’s Nathan Burns is the Hyundai A-League top scorer so far this season, with eight goals in nine games – three more than the entire Mariners’ team have managed.

No Mariners player has scored more than one goal so far this season.

Melbourne Victory v Sydney FC

Melbourne Victory have scored the most goals so far this Hyundai A-League season (21), while only Sydney and Adelaide (7) have conceded fewer goals than them (8).

In fact, Sydney is the only side Victory has failed to score against this season.

Victory is the only side still undefeated after nine Hyundai A-League games this season. They’ve not gone 10 without defeat since October 2007 (including play-offs).

Sydney lost their first game this Hyundai A-League season in their last outing, 2-1 at home to Perth Glory.

Victory has won only one of their last six meetings with Sydney, 2-1 in the finals in April 2014.

Sydney won 5-0 at this ground last season, their biggest away victory in Hyundai A-League as well as Victory’s heaviest home defeat.

Sydney’s Sebastian Ryall has picked up a Hyundai A-League-high five yellow cards in just eight appearances this season.

Victory’s Carl Valeri meanwhile has conceded a Hyundai A-League-high 25 fouls.