Opta track all the stats you need to know about your club. Heading into the final round of the Hyundai A-League regular season, impress your mates with crackerjack statistical talking points Round 27 match-ups.
Brisbane Roar FC v Newcastle Jets
*After a run of 13 games without a win on the road, Newcastle has won their last two away games. They’ve never won three in a row in the Hyundai A-League before.
*Brisbane has won both of their meetings with Newcastle Jets this Hyundai A-League season, though both games were away from home. The Jets have won both of their last two visits to Brisbane, keeping a clean sheet both times.
*In 13 previous visits to Brisbane, the Jets have never won when they’ve conceded (D2 L2), keeping a clean sheet in each of their nine victories there.
*Despite having conceded the fewest fouls in the competition (299), only Sydney FC (5) has received more red cards than Brisbane this season (3).
*Edson Montano has scored two and assisted one more in his last two Hyundai A-League games for Newcastle Jets.
Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Perth Glory
*The Wanderers have never failed to score against Perth Glory in the Hyundai A-League (W5 D1 L2).
*Perth has won both of their meetings with the Wanderers this Hyundai A-League season, though have lost all three of their previous visits to Sydney against them.
*Western Sydney won their last home match against Adelaide. They’ve not won back-to-back Hyundai A-League games at home since January 2014.
*Perth Glory is unbeaten in 10 Hyundai A-League away games (W4 D6). There has not been more than three goals scored in any of those matches.
*Wanderers are the only Hyundai A-League side yet to score a headed goal this season, while Perth have scored a league-high 11 headed goals.
Adelaide United v Melbourne City FC
*Three of the nine hat-tricks scored in the Hyundai A-League this season have come against Melbourne City.
*The team scoring first has lost both times in meetings between these sides this season, with City coming back most recently to win 3-1.
*City has won just one of their last eight away matches (D2 L5).
*Adelaide has three players on seven goals this Hyundai A-League season (Carrusca, Sanchez and Cirio), while City’s top scorer has scored just six times (Mooy).
*Mooy has made 93 tackles this Hyundai A-League season. Only Perth’s Joshua Risdon has made more (110).
Wellington Phoenix v Sydney FC
*Phoenix has won all nine Hyundai A-League games in which top scorer Nathan Burns has scored this season.
*Alex Brosque has scored four goals in his last two Hyundai A-League games for Sydney FC, more than he had in his previous 22 for the club (3).
*Only Melbourne City (6) have kept more clean sheets at home than Wellington this season (5).
*After a run of scoring 12 goals in seven straight games, Hyundai A-League top scorer Marc Janko has failed to find the net in his last four matches.
Melbourne Victory v Central Coast Mariners
*Melbourne Victory has won their last four encounters with Central Coast, scoring 11 and conceding just three goals in that run.
*The Mariners are winless in six visits to face Victory (D3 L3). They last won there in November 2009 and are yet to win away all season.
*No goalkeeper has made more saves than the Mariners’ Liam Reddy this Hyundai A-League season (106).
*No team has scored more goals in the Hyundai A-League than Victory this season (53), while the Mariners have scored the second fewest (25).*Victory also have the best defence (30 conceded), while only Newcastle Jets (53) have conceded more than the Mariners (47).