Round 11 | The Stats


As #SummerFootball heats up this weekend we take a look at some telling statistics to see how the teams stack up during this important time in season.

As #SummerFootball heats up this weekend we take a look at some telling statistics to see how the teams stack up during this important time in season.

Brisbane Roar v Newcastle Jets
20 December 7.00pm Suncorp Stadium

Brisbane Roar have managed to record just one win in their last five home A-League fixtures against Newcastle Jets (D2 L2).

Brisbane Roar have conceded only three goals in their last eight A-League matches.

Newcastle Jets have conceded only one goal in their last three against Brisbane Roar in league competition.

The Jet-s Adam Taggart recorded a brace against Brisbane Roar in the last league meeting involving these sides.

Melbourne Heart v Melbourne Victory
21 December 7.45pm AAMI Park

Melbourne Heart are currently without a win in three league attempts against rivals Melbourne Victory (D1 L2).

Melbourne Heart are without a victory in 15 A-League matches (L11 D4).

Archie Thompson (Melbourne Victory) has scored in two of the last three A-League matches between these teams.

Melbourne Victory have drawn two and lost three of their last five A-League away matches.

Perth Glory v Adelaide United
22 December 4.00pm nib Stadium

Perth Glory are without a win in five league attempts to Adelaide United (D3 L2).

Perth have found the net in nine successive A-League home games, but have kept a clean sheet in just one of the last 13 there.

Adelaide have kept only one clean sheet in their last 14 A-League games, but this came in their last match versus the Central Coast Mariners (4-0).

Jerónimo Morales Neumann has scored four goals in the last four league meetings involving these teams.

Wellington Phoenix v Sydney FC
22 December 7.00pm Westpac Stadium

Wellington Phoenix have scored in each of the last eight league meetings with Sydney FC.

Wellington Phoenix have won just three points in their last six A-League home games (D3 L3).

Sydney FC have won five of their last six A-League matches (L1).

Sydney have won three successive A-League matches against Wellington Phoenix; scoring 11 goals in the process.

Western Sydney Wanderers v Central Coast Mariners
23 December 7.00pm Pirtek Stadium

Western Sydney Wanderers have only ever claimed one win over Central Coast Mariners in A-League competition (incl play offs, D2 L2).

Western Sydney Wanderers are unbeaten in 10 successive A-League home matches, winning seven and drawing two.

The Central Coast Mariners have kept just one clean sheet in their last nine A-League away games.

Daniel McBreen (Central Coast Mariners) bagged a brace the last time these sides faced off at the Pirtek Stadium in the A-League.