It is the final round of the Westfield W-League and we've got five key stats you need to know ahead of the weekend.
Canberra United are top of the shot conversion table
Michelle Heyman's Canberra is tops when it comes to shot conversion with 21.3 percent from their 23 goals.
United are way out in front, with the Jets second (17.3 percent from 26 goals) and Glory third (16.8 percent from 25 goals).
On the bottom of this stat are the Wanderers, whose shot conversion is 10.2 percent from their 12 goals.
Melbourne Victory lead the shooting accuracy table
Natasha Dowie's Victory boss this stat with an impressive 56.1 percent accuracy from their 98 shots (55 on target, 27 blocked).
Interestingly, their local rivals City are on the bottom of this stat with 39.5 percent from their 162 shots (64 on target, 34 blocked).
Newcastle Jets top lead the crossing accuracy stats
From their 198 crosses, Jets' accuracy is at 30.3 percent, the highest in the league after Glory on 28 percent in second (200 crosses) and Roar in third with 27.6 percent from their 272 crosses.
Did you know?
Sam Kerr and Rachel Hill have between them scored 22 goals this season at Perth Glory. The team as a whole have scored 25 goals. That's 88 percent of Glory's total goals coming from their star duo up top.
Did you know?
Wanderers have the best record of scoring in the opening 15 minutes, having converted 25 percent of their goal in this period this season.
Brisbane Roar has only converted 6 percent of their goals in the opening 15 minutes, which is the lowest in the league for this stat.