Round 24 | A-League stats you need to know!

With just four rounds remaining in the season the makeup of this year's finals series is far from settled. Check out some of the key stats heading into this weekend.

With just four rounds remaining in the season the makeup of this year's finals series is far from settled. Check out some of the key stats heading into this weekend.

Adelaide United v Sydney FC 7.00pm 21 March, Hindmarsh Stadium

Adelaide United have scored in each of their last 11 A-League meetings with Sydney FC.

Adelaide United have scored a league-high six goals in the 90th minute or later this season.

Sydney FC have suffered a defeat in just one of their last four away games at Adelaide Utd (W2 D1).

Sydney FC have alternated between a defeat and a victory in their last five away games - if this run was to continue, they-d win this fixture.

Newcaslte United v Wellington Phoenix 5.30pm 22 March, Hunter Stadium

Newcastle Jets have won a league-low 13 points at home in the A-League this season.

Newcastle Jets have won just one of their last 10 A-League meetings with Wellington Phoenix (W1 D2 L7).

Wellington Phoenix have won three successive A-League trips to Newcastle Jets, keeping a clean sheet in two of these matches.

Wellington Phoenix have scored the most away goals in the A-League this season (21).

Brisbane Roar v Melbourne Victory 6.45pm 22 March, Suncorp Stadium

Brisbane have conceded only three goals in their last five league games against Melbourne Victory.

Brisbane have won five of the 10 A-League games that they have conceded first this season; more than any other side.

Melbourne Victory have won just one of their last 10 A-League meetings with Brisbane Roar (L5 D4).

Melbourne Victory are in second place in the table, despite having a negative goal difference (-3). League leaders Brisbane have a +18 GD.

Melbourne Heart v Central Coast Mariners 3.00pm 23 March, AAMI Park

Melbourne Heart have won 21 points in the A-League in 2014 so far; three more than any other team.

Melbourne Heart have won just one of their previous 11 A-League encounters with Central Coast Mariners (D3 L7) - this coming at home in February 2012.

Central Coast Mariners are the only side yet to concede a goal in the opening 15 minutes of an A-League match this season.

The six previous meetings between these two sides in Melbourne have seen just 10 goals scored - four by the home side.

Western Sydney Wanderers v Perth Glory 5.00pm 23 March, Pirtek Stadium

Western Sydney Wanderers have conceded just two goals in five A-League matches against Perth Glory.

This match features the two sides that have witnessed the lowest number of goals in their A-League games this season - Perth Glory (52) and Western Sydney Wanderers (50).

Perth Glory have won just one point from their previous five A-League games against Western Sydney Wanderers (D1 L4).

Perth have scored seven goals in their last nine A-League matches and not more than once in any of these games.