Match File: Glory v Western United

With our ISUZU UTE A-League Finals hopes set to go down to the wire on Saturday evening, preparation is everything; and that includes making sure you have all the key stats, facts and random bits of game trivia to hand!

So consider this edition of Match File as your own personal pre-match warm-up…

Western United have enjoyed six wins in this fixture to Glory’s two, but those two victories for the men in purple came in the only two games that have been played here in the West.
The solitary draw between the two sides came in their very first meeting back in October 2019.

Western United’s Jamie Young has made 100 saves this season, four more than any other ‘keeper in the league.
The former Brisbane Roar man has also kept four clean sheets.

A total of five players have represented both Glory and Western United: Neil Kilkenny, Jonathan Aspropotamitis, Josh Risdon, Nikolai Topor-Stanley and Jacob Tratt.

The race for Glory’s Golden Boot could be decided on Saturday evening as Adam Taggart has now drawn level with the sidelined David Williams on five goals.
Ryan Williams is also in the mix having taken his tally for the season to four with the opener against Adelaide United last weekend.

Western United have enjoyed the third-lowest amount of possession in A-League games this season with 45.6%.
Glory are ranked eighth with 48.3%.

Defensive duo Mark Beevers and Darryl Lachman have played the most minutes for Glory this term with 2057 and 2038 respectively.
Ryan Williams is the only other player to have passed the 2000-mark (2034).

Western United striker Noah Botic has scored five goals this season in only nine starts.
That places him joint-fifth in the league for goals per 90 minutes.