Stat Attack: Glory v Mariners In Numbers


If stats, trivia and random historical facts are your thing, you’re in the right place!

Here’s our numbers-driven look ahead to Sunday’s clash with Central Coast Mariners at HBF Park (kick off at 3pm, grab your tickets HERE).

Super Sunday!

Glory v Roar - George with flag pre-game

Since the beginning of 2018, Glory are undefeated in regular time in the Hyundai A-League when playing on a Sunday (W14, D6).

The men in purple’s only loss during that time was on penalties against Sydney FC in the 2018/19 Grand Final.

Record On The Radar

Perth Glory have won their last four Hyundai A-League games on the bounce against the Central Coast Mariners, scoring 13 goals in the process. 

Neither side has won more in succession in the history of this fixture.

50 In Sight For Fornaroli

Glory v Roar - Bruno Fornaroli battles with Scott Neville


Bruno Fornaroli needs just one goal to take his career Hyundai A-League tally to 50.

Seven of those goals have come in the Uruguayan’s eight appearances against the Mariners.

Travel Troubles

The Mariners have not won at HBF Park since November 2013.

Goals from Michael McGlinchey and Mitch Duke earned the visitors the three points that day, with Jamie Maclaren replying for Glory.

Sharp Shooters!

Milan Duric

Although they are yet to record a win so far this season, Central Coast’s shooting accuracy (ex. blocks) percentage (62) is the best of any team in the competition.

Milan Duric has taken the most shots for the visitors with four, three of which were on target.

Glory, meanwhile, have a shot conversion rate (inc. blocks) of 13% thus far this term, the highest of any team.

Chris Cross

Glory v Roar - Chris Ikonomidis on the ball

Chris Ikonomidis is leading the way for Glory this season when it comes to crosses attempted.

The livewire forward has delivered ten, with Joel Chianese and Neil Kilkenny next best on eight and six respectively.

Tommy Oar occupies top spot for the Mariners in this category with nine.

Counting Cards

Referee Adam Kersey

Glory have picked up seven yellow cards to Central Coast’s three so far this season, although the Mariners have played a game less.

Neither side has had a man sent off.

Pass It On

Glory are currently ranked fourth in the competition for passing accuracy, with 81.4% of the team’s 1422 attempted passes finding their mark.

Wellington lead the way on 84%, while the Mariners’ 76.4% return sees them ranked ninth.