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Melbourne Victory v Newcastle Jets

*Melbourne Victory’s Hyundai A-League games have seen 78 goals scored in 2014-15; more than any other club.

*Newcastle Jets have hit fewer shots overall (190 excl. blocked) and the least on target (95) of any other Hyundai A-League side this season, although they have hit the woodwork a league-high 14 times.

*Victory have lost just one of their last seven Hyundai A-League meetings with Newcastle Jets (W3 D3 L1).

*The Jets have not kept a clean sheet in any of their last 13 A-League games against Melbourne Victory – their last coming back in September 2010.

Perth Glory v Sydney FC

*Glory midfielder Rostyn Griffiths has scored in all three of his previous Hyundai A-League appearances against Sydney FC.

*Sydney FC have won eight and drawn two of their Hyundai A-League games that Marc Janko has scored in.

*Just three of the last 16 Hyundai A-League games between these two sides have been won by Perth Glory (10 Sydney wins, three draws).

*Sydney FC has been given a Hyundai A-League-high five red cards this season. There have been five red cards in the last six games between these sides, with four being given to Sydney.

Adelaide United v Brisbane Roar FC

*Brisbane has conceded 13 goals in their last five Hyundai A-League games. They had conceded 13 goals in their previous 12 games before this run.

*Including finals matches, Brisbane have enjoyed six wins in their last eight Hyundai A-League meetings with Adelaide United.

*In regular season Hyundai A-League games only, Adelaide have lost eight home matches against Roar; twice as many as they have lost against any other opponent at home.

*Adelaide is looking to win three successive matches in Hyundai A-League competition for the first time since September 2010 (four wins in a row).

Central Coast Mariners v Western Sydney Wanderers FC

*The Mariners have allowed their opponents a Hyundai A-League-high 141 shots on target this season.

*Central Coast have failed to score in their last three Hyundai A-League meetings with the Wanderers and both meetings between the two this season have ended 0-0.

*The Mariners come into this game off the back of their heaviest ever Hyundai A-League defeat (1-6 versus Brisbane Roar).

*The Wanderers have not kept a clean sheet in any of their last 10 Hyundai A-League games, conceding 20 goals over this period.

WSW have collected just four points (W1 D1 L10) from 12 A-League away games this season.

*Western Sydney Wanderers FC have averaged the fewest passes completed per game of any Hyundai A-League side this season (274).

Melbourne City FC v Wellington Phoenix

*Nathan Burns’ only Hyundai A-League hat-trick came against Melbourne City in Wellington’s 5-1 victory last November. Burns has embarked on 169 dribbles this season; 39 more than any other player in the competition.

*City’s Aaron Mooy has created a Hyundai A-League-high 70 goalscoring chances this season.

*City have won just one of their last 10 Hyundai A-League games against Wellington Phoenix (L5 D4), with three of the last four in Melbourne ending in a draw.

*Wellington has lost their last two Hyundai A-League games 0-3. They haven’t lost three games in a row without scoring since January 2008.

*Phoenix have scored four own goals in the Hyundai A-League this season; more than any other side.