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The 45 previous Hyundai A-League meetings between Glory and Victory have produced a completely even split of 17 wins for both sides along with 11 draws.
Victory have scored a total of 75 goals to Glory’s 70.
Bruno Fornaroli has created 14 scoring chances against Victory during his A-League career, his second-highest return against any team (highest being 17 v Wellington).
The Uruguayan is also Glory’s most fouled player this term, having been the victim of 53 offences.
Victory have lost a club-record five consecutive games heading into this fixture.
Their last 12 matches have yielded just one win along with two draws and nine defeats.
Neil Kilkenny’s penalty against Western Sydney on Tuesday evening was the midfielder’s eighth consecutive successful effort from the spot for Glory.
The former Melbourne City man has also contributed five assists this term.
This fixture has only ended goalless on one occasion, back in September 2007.
The last ten meetings between the two sides have produced 31 goals.
James Donachie has had more touches of the ball (1727) than any other Victory player this year.
The 27-year-old defender also leads the way for the navy-and-whites in terms of blocks (23) and clearances (108).
Victory currently have the worst disciplinary record in the competition having conceded 342 fouls and picked up 52 yellow cards, one second yellow card and two straight reds.
Glory have committed 281 fouls and collected 41 yellows, one second yellow and no straight reds.
Nick D’Agostino boasts a 100% success rate for tackles this season.
The Glory striker has also scored three goals and claimed two assists in his 493 minutes on the field.