The stats are back with a bang this week as we build up towards a fixture which has rarely disappointed in terms of excitement, drama and providing Glory with three points!
So sit back, relax and let us do your match prep for you...
Happy Hunting Ground
Glory are undefeated in their last eight meetings with Melbourne City at AAMI Park, securing four wins and four draws.
Last season's corresponding fixture ended 0-0.
Scott Jamieson has assisted four of City's last six A-League goals against Glory.
But the former Glory man has not found the net since scoring against Western Sydney Wanderers in November 2014.
Carry On Carlo!
Glory's Carlo Armiento is one of only two players in the A-League this season (Dylan Wenzel-Halls of Brisbane Roar being the other) who have recorded multiple goals (3) and multiple assists (2).
City have already had two players sent off this season in Adrian Luna and Scott Jamieson.
Glory have not had a player red carded since Alex Grant in Round 5 of last season.
Three of the current top-four goalscorers in the A-League are Glory players.
Bruno Fornaroli, Nick D'Agostino and Carlo Armiento have all found the net three times,.
No Melbourne City player has cored more than once this term.
Glory require one victory at AAMI Park to level up the club's overall record at the Melbourne venue.
To date, the men in purple have secured 10 wins and 10 draws and suffered 11 losses.
Keeping It Clean
Glory have committed a league-low 25 fouls so far this season.
Newcastle Jets have been the worst offenders to date, chalking up 75.
Friends And Foes
A host of players have worn both purple and sky blue/red and white over the years, including current Glory Head Coach Richard Garcia, City skipper Scott Jamieson, Neil Kilkenny, Bruno Fornaroli, Osama Malik, Jamie Maclaren, Rostyn Griffiths, Tando Velaphi, Wayne Srhoj, Ivan Franjic and Adrian Zahra.