Round 23 | The Stats

We take a look at the stats behind this weekend's Round 23 fixtures in the Hyundai A-League.

We take a look at the stats behind this weekend's Round 23 fixtures in the Hyundai A-League.

Sydney FC v Brisbane Roar March 14, 7:30pm, Allianz Stadium

Sydney have scored exactly two goals in each of their last three matches against Brisbane.

Mike Mulvey-s men have collected 20 points away from Suncorp Stadium this campaign (W6 D2 L3); four more than any other team in the league.

Young gun Dimitri Petratos netted a hat-trick for the Queenslanders in the last meeting between these sides.

Roar have won three successive games against the Sky Blues, scoring 12 goals over those matches.

Western Sydney Wanderers v Adelaide United March 15, 5:30pm, Pirtek Stadium

Western Sydney have kept a league-high eight clean sheets this campaign, but just one of these have come in their last eight games.

The Reds have scored in 11 consecutive matches; the longest such run in the competition this season.

Tony Popovic-s side have won the only previous matches at home to Adelaide, scoring six goals over the two games.

Argentine playmaker Marcelo Carrusca has found the net in his last two appearances against Wanderers.

Perth Glory v Melbourne Victory March 15, 6:30pm, nib Stadium

The purple-whites are without a clean sheet in 11 Hyundai A-League matches against Melbourne (including play offs).

Victory have travelled to Western Australia on 13 occasions and have found the net at least once on each of those visits.

Perth have only scored 20 goals at home this season; the fewest at a ground in the Hyundai A-League.

Melbourne-s Guilherme Finkler has scored in his last two appearances against Glory.

Central Coast Mariners v Newcastle Jets March 15, 7:45pm, Central Coast Stadium

The Mariners are unbeaten in their last four league matches against their northern foes (W2 D2).

Young gun Adam Taggart has scored five goals in his last six appearances for Newcastle.

Central Coast claimed maximum points last time these sides met, with all three goals coming in the first half.

The Jets have collected the most yellow cards this season (57).

Melbourne Heart v Wellington Phoenix March 16, 4:00pm, AAMI Park

The hosts have failed to record a victory at home to Wellington in their last three attempts (D2 L1).

Phoenix have only lost one of their last seven clashes against Heart, however that defeat came in the most recent meeting when they were defeated 5-0.

Melbourne-s David Williams registered a hat-trick for Heart in their last game against the New Zealanders.

The ‘Nix have scored the most away goals in the competition this campaign (19), but have also conceded the most (22).