Round 21 | The Stats

How does your team stack up against this weekend's opponent? Find out which team is heading for an unwanted record in the Round 21 edition of 'The Stats'.

How does your team stack up against this weekend's opponent? Find out which team is heading for an unwanted record in the Round 21 edition of 'The Stats'.

Adelaide United v Wellington Phoenix February 27, 7:00PM Coopers Stadium

The last five meetings between these two sides in the A-League have produced 18 goals (3.6 per game).

Adelaide have won four of their last five A-League home games against Wellington Phoenix (L1).

Adelaide United have scored in their last nine A-League matches - the longest such run seen in the competition this season so far.

Wellington Phoenix have won seven of their last 10 A-League games (D1 L2). They had won seven of their 38 A-League games prior to this run.

Wellington Phoenix star Carlos Hernandez has been involved in 14 A-League goals this season (six goals, eight assists) - more than any other player.

Brisbane Roar v Perth Glory February 28, 7:00PM Suncorp Stadium

There have been just four goals scored in the last five A-League games between Perth Glory and Brisbane Roar, with four of these games ending 1-0.

Perth Glory have won just five points away from home this season; fewer than any other side (W1 D2 L7).

Brisbane Roar have not scored in their last two A-League games - they haven-t failed to score in three successive A-League matches since August 2010.

Brisbane Roar have scored the highest number of goals in the final 15 minutes of A-League games this term (10).

Thomas Brioch has created more goalscoring chances than any other A-League player this season (63), including 10 in his last game against Perth Glory - the most by an A-League player in a single match this season.

Central Coast Mariners v Sydney FC March 1 5:30PM Central Coast Stadium

Despite being fourth on the table ahead of this matchday, Sydney FC have lost more games than any other Hyundai A-League team this season (10).

Central Coast Mariners have lost four games in a row - their longest such run since December 2009 (five games).

Central Coast Mariners have not conceded a goal before the 20th minute in a Hyundai A-League game this season; the only side yet to do so.

Sydney FC have scored the highest proportion of goals in the first half of matches this season (63%).

Central Coast Mariners have conceded seven goals in their last two A-League home games - the same number as they had in their previous 15 at home in the competition.

Melbourne Heart v Melbourne Victory March 1 7:45PM AAMI Park

Melbourne Victory are unbeaten in their last four A-League games against city rivals Heart (W3 D1).

John van 't Schip's side are the only team to have gone undefeated in their last six A-League matches (W5 D1).

Melbourne Heart-s current four game winning run is the joint-best seen in the A-League this season - no side has won five in a row in 2013/14.

Melbourne Victory have gone 10 games without a clean sheet in the A-League - the only team to have gone on a longer run in the competition this season are rivals Heart (11 games).

79% of Melbourne Heart-s goals this season have arrived in the second half of matches - a league-high proportion.

Western Sydney Wanderers v Newcastle Jets March 2 5:00PM Pirtek Stadium

Since losing their first ever Hyundai A-League game against Newcastle Jets, WSW-s are unbeaten in four A-League meetings with them (W3 D1).

Mark Bridge has scored four goals in the last four meetings between Western Sydney Wanderers and Newcastle Jets.

Newcastle Jets have conceded the fewest goals in the final 15 minutes of A-League games this season (1), but have conceded the most in the final 15 minutes of the first half (11).

Newcastle Jets- Ruben Zadkovich has attempted the most shots without scoring in the A-League this season (22).

Western Sydney Wanderers have faced just 70 shots on target this season; fewer than any other A-League team.