Match File: Reds v Glory

To be truly ready for the Reds on Monday, you need stats, facts and historical trivia at your fingertips.

We have you covered in that department…

The three top scorers in this fixture are all former Glory players – Diego Castro, Bruno Fornaroli and Andy Keogh each found the net seven times against the Reds.
United’s top marksman against Glory is Jeronimo Neumann (4).

In 26 previous A-League trips to Adelaide, Glory have picked up eight wins and four draws.
In the 52 overall meetings between the two sides, Glory have scored 75 goals to the Reds’ 74.

Liam Reddy is poised to reach yet another milestone on Monday as, subject to selection, he will chalk up his 350th A-League appearance.
41 of those appearances have come against the Reds and he has been on the winning side in 15 of those games.

Adelaide have picked up more yellow cards (30) this season than any other club and also had the joint-highest number of players sent off (3).
Glory have received 17 yellows and no reds.

Aaron McEneff has taken most shots for Glory this season with 11, six of which have been on target.
Ryan Williams and Salim Khelifi are next in this category with ten apiece.

Glory’s most recent victory at Coopers Stadium came in February 2021, late goals from Daniel Stynes and Bruno Fornaroli getting the visitors over the line after Stefan Mauk had given the Reds a first-half lead.

United’s Craig Goodwin is the runaway leader of the most crosses category for the current season with 77, 21 clear of next-best Jake Brimmer.
The Socceroo has also recorded the joint-highest number of assists (4) along with Macarthur FC’s Craig Noone.

Notable players to have worn both purple and red include Travis Dodd, Scott Jamieson, Osama Malik, Adam Hughes, Juande, Fabio Ferreira and Antony Golec.