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Opta Data has all your stats for the Hyundai A-League. Here what you need to know ahead of this weekend's round.

Newcastle Jets v Brisbane Roar

*See this game live on SBS 1 this Friday night from 7.30pm (AEDT)

Newcastle Jets won all three of their Hyundai A-League games against Brisbane Roar last season.

Brisbane lost just seven games in the 2013-14 Hyundai A-League campaign and three of these were against Newcastle – they didn’t lose against any other opponent more than once last term.

Brisbane Roar have scored just one goal in their last five Hyundai A-League meetings with Newcastle Jets.

Brisbane have lost all four of their Hyundai A-League games so far this season – they haven’t lost five A-League games in a row since December 2011.

Newcastle Jets are yet to pick up a victory in the Hyundai A-League this season (D2 L3).

No team have conceded more goals in the Hyundai A-League this season than either of these sides (10 – level with Melbourne City).

Brisbane Roar have averaged the highest possession figure in the Hyundai A-League so far in 2014-15 (62.5%).

Luke Brattan has made more passes than any other player in the Hyundai A-League this season (318).

Adelaide United v Wellington Phoenix

Adelaide have scored in each of their last 10 Hyundai A-League meetings with Wellington Phoenix, averaging two goals a game in these matches.

Wellington have lost five of their last six away trips in the Hyundai A-League to Adelaide (W1).

Phoenix have conceded 11 goals in their last three league visits to Adelaide United.

Adelaide United have conceded just three goals in their five Hyundai A-League games so far this season; the joint-tightest defence alongside Sydney FC.

Wellington Phoenix have won three of their five Hyundai A-League games this season – it took them 13 matches to secure three wins in the competition last season.

Wellington have kept a clean sheet in just one of their last 25 A-League away matches.

Adelaide have averaged the most shots per game (10.4) and shots on target per game (5.4) in the A-League this season.

Michael McGlinchey has created a league-high 15 goalscoring chances so far this season, but none of these have assisted a goal.

Sydney FC v Melbourne Victory

*See this game live on SBS 1 this Saturday night from 7.30pm (AEDT)

Melbourne Victory have won just one of their last 10 Hyundai A-League games away at Sydney FC (W1 D6 L3 - inc. finals).

Sydney FC have scored in nine successive Hyundai A-League meetings with Melbourne Victory, but they have only kept a clean sheet in two of these.

Besart Berisha has scored in four of his last five Hyundai A-League appearances against Sydney FC.

Berisha is the current top scorer in the Hyundai A-League this season; netting five goals from just six shots on target.

Guilherme Finkler has a league-high three assists in the Hyundai A-League this season.

Sydney FC have kept three successive clean sheets in the Hyundai A-League – they haven’t kept four in a row since January 2010 (five in a row).

Melbourne Victory are still unbeaten in the Hyundai A-League this season (W3 D2) – they haven’t gone six A-League games unbeaten since November 2011.

Victory have a shot conversion rate of 31% in the Hyundai A-League this season, by far the best in the competition.

Melbourne Victory have averaged 16.4 fouls per game; the highest ratio in the Hyundai A-League this season.

Perth Glory V Western Sydney Wanderers FC

Perth have started the season with four wins from their first five Hyundai A-League games of the season – it took them 13 games to achieve four wins in 2013-14.

Western Sydney Wanderers have never lost a Hyundai A-League game against Perth Glory (W5 D1).

Perth Glory have scored only two goals in six Hyundai A-League meetings with the Wanderers.

The only other Hyundai A-League side that Perth Glory have faced and yet to win against are North Queensland Fury (L3 D3).

Glory have won four successive Hyundai A-League home matches – they haven’t won five in a row ever before in the competition at home.

Western Sydney Wanderers have lost all three of their Hyundai A-League games so far this season – they lost just three of their opening 15 league games in 2013-14.

Wanderers have the worst passing accuracy in the Hyundai A-League this season (72.7%).

They also have the lowest average possession figure (40.7%) in the Hyundai A-League so far in 2014-15.

Western Sydney Wanderers have averaged just six shots per game (excl. blocked) this season; another league-low.

Melbourne City v Central Coast Mariners

Melbourne City have won just one of their previous 12 Hyundai A-League games against Central Coast Mariners (W1 D3 L8).

Central Coast Mariners have scored exactly twice in four of their last five Hyundai A-League games against Melbourne City FC.

Melbourne’s 3-1 win over Brisbane Roar on the last matchday ended a run of 10 Hyundai A-League games without a win (D4 L6).

CCM have lost three games in a row in the Hyundai A-League and they have been defeated in four of their last five A-League matches (inc. finals matches).

The Mariners have not scored in their last two Hyundai A-League games – they haven’t failed to score in three successive A-League matches since Feb 2009 (inc. finals matches).

Central Coast Mariners have the best passing accuracy in the Hyundai A-League this season (83.4%).

The Mariners have a 6% shot conversion rate so far this term in the Hyundai A-League; the worst in the competition.

Melbourne City’s Aaron Mooy has made a league-high 26 tackles so far this season.

Don’t forget to pick your team for the official Hyundai A-League Fantasy game at https://fantasy.a-league.com.au/landing/index.html#/landing

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