Stat Attack: Glory v Mariners In Numbers

Glory v Roar 2021 - Bruno Fornaroli solo celebration

With kick-off against the Mariners only a matter of hours away, let’s jump straight into the numbers that matter!

Record Breakers!

The 18 goals scored by Glory in the club’s opening six games of this season is a new A-League record.

Bruno Fornaroli has led the goal charge by finding the net five times, while Nick D’Agostino has helped himself to four and Carlo Armiento has bagged three.

King Cas

Glory v Roar 2021 - Diego Castro on the ball

Diego Castro has scored four goals and provided four assists in his last four A-League appearances at HBF Park.

The Spaniard needs another two goals to take his career tally for Glory to 50.

Fine Form

Glory have won six of their last seven meetings with the Mariners and have lost just once at home to the men from Gosford since 2013.

Pass Master

Gianni Stensness

Gianni Stensness is leading the Mariners’ passing accuracy stats with 87.4%.

The midfielder is also the only player to have played every minute of each of the club’s nine games this season

Keeping It Clean

Glory have conceded just eight fouls per game in the A-League this season, three less per game than any other team.

The Mariners are ranked 11th for fouls after committing 127 to Glory’s 46.

Purple and Yellow and Blue

Jack Clisby

Plenty of players have represented both Glory and the Mariners over the years, including Jack Clisby, Liam Reddy, Daniel De Silva, Danny Vukovic, Daniel McBreen, Fabio Ferreira, Mile Sterjovski, Nik Mrdja and Antony Golec.

Goals Galore!

Along with Western United, Glory and Central Coast are the highest scorers in the A-League so far this season.

The Mariners have taken 104 shots to Glory’s 48, but 66.7% of those shots from the WA side have been on target compared to 44.2% for Central Coast.

Kuol Running Hot

Alou Kuol

Central Coast forward Alou Kuol is running second in the A-League Golden Boot standings despite having started only four of the club’s nine games so far this season.

The livewire 19-year-old will be looking to find the net for a fifth successive game on Tuesday.