Round 27 | A-League stats you need to know

It's the final round of the regular season. Here are the key stats heading into this weekend's massive five games.

It's the final round of the regular season. Here are the key stats heading into this weekend's massive five games.

Newcastle Jets v Adelaide United Friday 11 April, 7:30pm AEST, Hunter Stadium

The Jets have only failed to score in one of their last 10 matches.

Adelaide have scored a league-high eight goals in the first 15 minutes of games this season.

Newcastle striker Adam Taggart has netted six goals in his last six Hyundai A-League appearances.

Josep Gombau-s side are looking to record back-to-back away wins for the first since November 2012.

Wellington Phoenix v Melbourne Victory Saturday 12 April, 3:30pm AEST, Westpac Stadium

Wellington have lost seven of their last eight games against Victory, however they won their last meeting in January (5-0).

Melbourne haven-t managed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last 16 A-League games - it is the longest run seen this season.

There have been fewer goals scored at Westpac Stadium this campaign than at any other home ground (27).

Costa Rican Carlos Hernandez has scored or assisted 15 goals for the ‘Nix in 20 appearances this season (seven goals, eight assists).

Melbourne Heart v Western Sydney Wanderers Saturday 12 April, 5:30pm AEST, AAMI Park

David Williams has netted eight goals in his last 10 matches for Melbourne.

No side have seen fewer goals scored in their A-League games this season than Western Sydney (58).

After a run of five consecutive wins, Heart have now gone five matches without a win (L3 D2).

Tony Popovic-s men have kept 10 clean sheets this campaign.

Brisbane Roar v Central Coast Mariners Saturday 12 April, 7:45pm AEST, Suncorp Stadium

Brisbane have won both matches against the Mariners this season thanks to a goal in the 89th minute or later.

On-loan Shanghai SIPG man Bernie Ibini has scored in his last nine A-League games, including three in his last four in the competition.

Roar are unbeaten in their last six matches (W4 D2).

Central Coast have seen 16 different players find the net this campaign - more than any other team.

Sydney FC v Perth Glory Sunday 13 April, 5:00pm AEST, Allianz Stadium

Both sides have scored in six of the last seven A-League meetings between Sydney and Perth.

The Sky Blues have seen eight penalties awarded in their home games this season (won five, conceded three); more than at any other ground in the competition.

There have been three red cards handed out in the last five matches between the sides.

Glory head into the encounter on the back of two successive A-League wins - they last won three games in a row back in February 2012.