We've checked out Opta data for stats and facts to get you in the mood for Round 18 of the Hyundai A-League, which kicks off this Friday night.
*Melbourne Victory has not won in Brisbane since November 2009, a run of seven matches (D1 L6).
*Sydney FC has scored more penalties than any other Hyundai A-League side this season (5), while CCM are the only side yet to score from the penalty spot.
*Sydney FC has scored as many goals in their last three Hyundai A-League games (11) as they had in their previous 12.
*No player has made more passes in the Hyundai A-League this season than Adelaide’s Isaias (1126).
*Wellington has failed to score in their last two games. They’ve not gone three without a goal since September 2008.
*Melbourne City FC have never failed to score in Hyundai A-League home games against Perth Glory.
*Roar have conceded the fewest fouls in the Hyundai A-League this season (188), while Melbourne Victory have conceded the most (294).
*Western Sydney Wanderers FC have managed fewer shots on target than any other team this Hyundai A-League season (59).
*Newcastle Jets have scored a Hyundai A-League-low four goals on the road this term, while no side has conceded fewer at home than Wellington (5).
*No player has been booked more times in the Hyundai A-League this season than Melbourne City’s Jacob Melling (7).
*Central Coast Mariners are yet to win away from home in the Hyundai A-League this season (D5 L2).
*The Wanderers’ draw in their last away trip (at Newcastle Jets) was their first away point of the season, having lost their opening seven on the road.
*The Jets have conceded 38 goals this Hyundai A-League season, at least nine more than any other side.*After a run of 10 games without defeat (W8 D2), Perth Glory have won none of their last four (D2 L2).