Round 16 | The Stats

We take a look at the stats behind this week's Round 16 fixtures in the Hyundai A-League.

We take a look at the stats behind this week's Round 16 fixtures in the Hyundai A-League.

Brisbane Roar v Wellington Phoenix January 24, 8:00pm, Suncorp Stadium

Brisbane are unbeaten in six league matches against Wellington Phoenix, winning the last 4 (W5 D1).

Besart Berisha has got on the score-sheet in four of the last five games between these sides.

No player has created more chances for his teammates this season than Brisbane Roar-s Thomas Broich (49).

Indeed, only Broich (49) has created more chances this term than Wellington Phoenix midfielder Carlos Hernandez (42).

Adelaide United v Melbourne Heart January 25, 5:30pm, Coopers Stadium

Adelaide United have managed just one win in four league games at home against Melbourne Heart (W1 D2 L1).

Melbourne Heart have recorded only one A-League win over Adelaide United in their last seven attempts (D3 L3).

Adelaide United have scored four goals via headers this season; a league-high.

Victory in their last match saw Heart end a 19-game winless streak in the A-League (L14 D5).

Central Coast Mariners v Newcastle Jets January 25, 7:45pm, Bluetongue Stadium

Central Coast Mariners are currently unbeaten in eight league games at home to Newcastle Jets; conceding just twice during this period (W5 D3).

Three of the last five A-League games between Central Coast Mariners and Newcastle Jets have ended in a draw.

Mark Birighitti (61) has made more saves than any other goalkeeper this term.

Newcastle Jets- Adam Taggart has scored three goals from outside the box this term; a league-high.

Melbourne Victory v Sydney FC January 26, 5pm, Etihad Stadium

Melbourne Victory have lost only twice in the last 13 meetings against Sydney FC (W4 D7).

Archie Thompson has scored in three of the last four league meetings involving these sides.

Sydney FC are the only side yet to record a nil-nil draw this season.

Seven of the last 12 matches (including play-offs) have been drawn between Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC.

Western Sydney Wanderers v Perth Glory January 26, 7pm, Pirtek Stadium

Western Sydney Wanderers have played Perth Glory three times previously in the A-League; scoring exactly one goal in each of them.

Aaron Mooy (Western Sydney Wanderers) scored his first A-League goal last season in this fixture; that goal proved the deciding factor as his side won the match 1-0.

Both sides have kept a joint-league-high seven clean sheets so far this campaign.

Perth Glory have kept three A-League clean sheets in a row - they haven-t ever kept four in succession in the competition.