"Fortress nib" for rapidly improving Perth Glory
Perth Glory's trademark late-season surge has returned as nib Stadium returns to being a fortress for the Glory boys.
Kenny Lowe's men have now won four games in a row at home as they continue their push for a spot in the six.
Their last four-game winning streak at home came at the end of the 2016/17 season and first two games of the current season.
But Glory must keep winning. And that will be tested when Sydney FC - with one hand on the Premiership trophy - come to Perth on Thursday night.
And after Andy Keogh's impressive display, Glory will feel confident of getting points off the Sky Blues.
Perth are now one point out of the six as they and Roar chase down Wanderers.
OTHER MATCH FACTS
- Perth Glory snap a three-game losing streak against the Victory. Their last win against the Victory was at home in January 2017, beating the side from Victoria 2-1.
- Melbourne Victory have lost three out of the last eight away games (W5, L3). They’ve only played three away games since the start of February for a loss and a win (W1, L1).
- Despite the win, Perth Glory had the least amount of possession in a game this season (35.22%). On the other side of the pitch, Melbourne Victory had the most amount of possession they’ve had in a match this season (64.78%).
- Keogh has now scored six goals against the Victory during both of his A-League stints, equalling the Roar as the most prolific goal scoring opponent.