Can it ever be too early in the week for a rustic roulade of of stats, trivia and historical curiosities?
Hopefully not, as here's our numbers-based look ahead to Sunday's A-League clash with Brisbane Roar at Moreton Daily Stadium...
Glory are unbeaten in their last six meetings with Brisbane Roar, having picked up four wins and two draws in that run.
And you have to go back to November 2015 to find the last time the men in purple failed to score in this fixture.
Pick Of The Passers
Glory's Neil Kilkenny and Roar's Jay O'Shea are ranked second and fourth across the league in the passing in the opposition half category.
The former has successfully completed 84.5% of his 656 passes and the latter 78.5% of 628.
Brisbane are the only A-League side not to have conceded or been awarded a penalty so far this season.
Riku Danzaki has scored in each of Brisbane's last three games to take his tally for the season to six.
The Japanese midfielder has also contributed one assist.
Moreton Daily Stadium (formerly know as Dolphin Stadium) now has a capacity of 11,500, which includes 9000 seats.
Glory's first A-League visit to the Redcliffe venue came last year when the two sides fought out a 1-1 draw.
Andy Keogh has scored more goals (10) against Brisbane than any other A-League team.
Glory's all-time A-League record goalscorer is currently on 55 from 136 appearances in purple.
Leading The Way
Glory have taken the lead seven times this term and lost only one of those games.
Brisbane have also taken the lead seven times and gone on to win six, draw one and lose none of those games.
Dylan Wenzel-Halls has been involved in nine of Roar's 21 goals so far this season, scoring seven and claiming two assists.
The 23-year-old, however, has not found the net in any of his three games against Glory.