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OPTA DATA has all your stats for the Hyundai A-League. Here’s what you need to know ahead of this weekend's round which kicks off tonight at Allianz Stadium.

Sydney FC v Perth Glory

Sydney’s unbeaten run at the start of the Hyundai A-League season has stretched to eight matches (W4 D4); their previous longest unbeaten run at the start of a campaign was five games in 2008/09.

It is the Sky Blues’ longest unbeaten run since also going eight without defeat from January to February 2011.

Sydney has not gone undefeated in nine Hyundai A-League games since October 2006 to New Year’s Day 2007.

Last week’s game at Brisbane marked Perth’s first draw since a trip to Wellington on 9th March. 

Glory have taken 19 points from eight Hyundai A-League matches this term, their best ever start to a season.

The last four meetings between the sides have seen two wins apiece, with each of the games settled by a one-goal margin.
Perth Glory are unbeaten in five Hyundai A-League matches heading into this fixture (W4 D1).

Glory have mustered just one clean sheet across their last 20 Hyundai A-League matches.
Having scored four goals in his first two appearances for Perth Glory, Andy Keogh has managed just one in six games since then.

Perth Glory have averaged 44.05 percent possession this term; a Hyundai A-League-low share.



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