Round 4 | The stats

We take a look at all the important stats In the lead up to round four of the Hyundai A-League 2013/14 season.

In the lead up to round four of the Hyundai A-League 2013/14 season we take a look at some facts and figures that might surprise you.

Western Sydney Wanderers v Adelaide United

Adelaide United have conceded 10 goals in their last two matches against Western Sydney Wanderers.

Western Sydney Wanderers have remained undefeated in 16 successive regular season league games (W13 D3), last suffering defeat in January.

Adelaide have won just one of their last 10 away games, losing six (D3).

Jeronimo Neumann has scored three goals in two Hyundai A-League appearances for Adelaide this season; all in the 25th minute or earlier.

Perth Glory v Sydney FC

Perth Glory have won just one of their last 11 league meetings with Sydney (D3 L7).

Sydney FC have recorded four clean sheets in six away visits to Perth Glory in league competition.

Perth Glory have kept two successive clean sheets in the Hyundai A-League - they haven-t kept three in a row in the competition since September 2007.

Sydney have not lost three successive games since November 2012 (four in a row).

Newcastle Jets v Central Coast Mariners

Newcastle Jets have lost just three of their last 12 home league matches (including play-offs) against Central Coast Mariners (W6 D3).

Daniel McBreen is due to return from his loan spell for the match against Newcastle Jets; he has scored two goals in two league appearances against them.

Newcastle Jets have won just three points from their last seven Hyundai A-League games (D3 L4).

The Central Coast Mariners are unbeaten in eight successive games (W6 D2 - inc. playoffs) and have kept five clean sheets in this run.

Brisbane Roar v Melbourne Heart

Melbourne Heart have lost just one of their last six league fixtures to Brisbane Roar (W3 D2).

Brisbane are unbeaten in six Hyundai A-League home games and have won four of their last five in the competition there.

Defensively, Brisbane have been tight recently - conceding just eight goals in their last 12 games in A-League competition.

Heart have now won any of their last 15 Hyundai A-League away games, losing 13 and drawing two on the road.

Melbourne Victory v Wellington Phoenix

Melbourne Victory have won their last six league matches against Wellington Phoenix.

Wellington Phoenix head into this match having won just once in their last 10 league fixtures away from home (D2 L7).

Jeremy Brockie (Wellington Phoenix) has scored three of the last four goals scored by his club against Melbourne Victory in league competition.

Phoenix have kept just one clean sheet in their last 17 Hyundai A-League away games, conceding an average of 2.3 goals per game during this run.


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