Round 20 | The Stats

We take a look at the stats behind this week's Round 20 fixtures in the Hyundai A-League.

We take a look at the stats behind this week's Round 20 fixtures in the Hyundai A-League.

Central Coast Mariners v Wellington Phoenix February 21, 7:30pm, Central Coast Stadium

Central Coast Mariners are unbeaten in their last 10 Hyundai A-League matches against Wellington Phoenix (W8 D2).

Central Coast Mariners have kept a clean sheet in each of their last four home games against the ‘Nix.

There have been 21 goals scored in the last five matches involving the New Zealanders.

Carlos Hernandez has had a hand in more goals than any other Hyundai A-League player so far this campaign (13 - five goals, eight assists).

Newcastle Jets v Sydney FC February 22, 5:30pm, Hunter Stadium

Newcastle have both scored and conceded in their last seven Hyundai A-League home games against the Sky Blues.

Jets forward Adam Taggart has scored more goals from outside the box than any other player in the competition this season (4).

Sydney FC have won their last two encounters against Newcastle by a 2-0 score line.

Italian superstar Alessandro Del Piero has scored three and assisted one goal in his five appearances against the Jets.

Perth Glory v Western Sydney Wanderers February 22, 6:45pm, nib Stadium

Perth Glory have conceded just one goal in their last four matches at home.

The purple-whites are yet to claim maximum points against Tony Popovic-s men (D1 L3).

Western Sydney have found the net in 17 of their 19 games this season; more than any other side.

Wanderers midfielder Aaron Mooy has scored in his last two appearances against the team from across the Nullarbor.

Melbourne Victory v Adelaide United February 22, 7:45pm, AAMI Park

Melbourne have lost just one of their last 15 Hyundai A-League home games (including playoffs) against the Reds (W11 D3 L1).

Victory lost their last home match against Sydney FC - they have not suffered back-to-back defeats at home since November 2005.

Argentine striker Jeronimo Neumann has found the net in two of his last three appearances against Melbourne.

Adelaide have scored in eight successive matches; the longest current run in the competition.

Melbourne Heart v Brisbane Roar February 23, 5:00pm, AAMI Park

Melbourne will be looking to keep back-to-back clean sheets for the first time since December 2012.

Heart have won their last two home games against Brisbane, netting seven goals in the process.

Brisbane have scored in every one of their previous 10 encounters against the red and whites.

Mike Mulvey-s side have won more points away from home than any other team this season (20).