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Opta Data has all the stats ahead of Round 24 of the Hyundai A-League with talking points for all five matches. Impress your mates with your A-League intel right here.

Brisbane Roar FC v Central Coast Mariners

*Central Coast has won just one of their last five Hyundai A-League encounters with Brisbane. Roar has lost their last four games in a row and they last lost five consecutive games back in December 2011.

*Central Coast Mariners are the only Hyundai A-League side yet to win on the road (D6 L5) this season.

*Roar has conceded 12 goals in their last four matches, as many as they conceded in their 11 Hyundai A-League matches prior to this run.

*Only Adelaide (59 percent) have a better average possession this season than Brisbane (56.6 percent). Roar has had superior possession than their opponents in each of their last 12 Hyundai A-League games.

*No Central Coast Mariners player has scored more than three goals this Hyundai A-League season (Matt Simon, Mitchell Duke and Fabio Ferreira all on three).

Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Melbourne City

*City has never won away at Western Sydney Wanderers in four previous trips there, with each of their three defeats coming by a single goal margin (D1 L3).

*Kerem Bulut has scored five times in five Hyundai A-League games for Western Sydney Wanderers. Bulut has the best minutes per goal rate of any player with more than two goals this season, scoring every 78 minutes.

*City’s Aaron Mooy has created more chances than any other player in the Hyundai A-League this season (68).

*Melbourne City has had 19 different goal-scorers this Hyundai A-League campaign, at least five more than any other side.

*The Wanderers have used 34 different players this season – a Hyundai A-League high - while Melbourne City has used 30.

Sydney FC v Adelaide United

*Sydney FC has won just one of their last seven home matches against Adelaide United (D1 L5).

*The Sky Blues have been shown five red cards this season in the Hyundai A-League, more than any other side, while Adelaide have seen their opponents receive four dismissals this season – no side has seen more.

*Sydney FC has had the most shots on target in the Hyundai A-League this season (120), just one more than Melbourne City (119) and three more than opponents Adelaide (117).

*The only team to keep more clean sheets this Hyundai A-League season than Adelaide United (7) is Sydney FC (8).

*Adelaide United has used a Hyundai A-League-low 20 different players so far this season.

Wellington Phoenix v Melbourne Victory

*Wellington has lost nine of their last 11 Hyundai A-League games against Melbourne Victory, winning the other two.

*Victory has never kept a clean sheet away to Wellington Phoenix in the Hyundai A-League (10 games).

*Victory’s Besart Berisha needs one more goal to beat his Hyundai A-League tally from last season for Brisbane Roar (11), but has netted just twice in his last six games.

*Melbourne Victory’s Fahid Ben Khalfallah has won more fouls than anyone else in the Hyundai A-League this season (75).

*By contrast, the player who has committed the most fouls is Wellington’s Roly Bonevacia (52).

Newcastle Jets v Perth Glory

*Perth Glory’s unbeaten run against Newcastle Jets is currently at 10 Hyundai A-League games (W8 D2).

*Newcastle have had the fewest number of attempts on goal this campaign (176, excluding blocked shots)

*Perth has collected 47 yellow cards in this Hyundai A-League campaign, second only to Newcastle’s tally (59).

*Newcastle have won just once at home all Hyundai A-League season (D4 L6), fewer than any other club.

*Indeed, the Jets have failed to score in their last three matches at Hunter Stadium. This is the first time in Hyundai A-League history (inc. playoffs) that they’ve done this.