Our stats cup runneth over!
Just a couple of days after we crunched our way through the Sydney FC numbers, another info parcel has arrived from our good friends at Opta.
We've mixed in a few extra nuggets of our own to make sure you've got all the facts and figures you need ahead of Sunday's showdown with Western Sydney Wanderers.
Glory are unbeaten in seven against Western Sydney here in the West (W4, D3)
The most recent of those victories at nib Stadium came in Round 18 last season when goals from Diego Castro (2) and Andy Keogh helped the men in purple to a 3-1 win
On The Ball
Neil Kilkenny (952) and Jason Davidson (875) lead the way in terms of touches of the ball for Glory this season
Next on the list is Ivan Franjic with 760 and then Shane Lowry with 667
Roly Bonevacia is Wanderers' pass master this term, boasting an accuracy percentage of 86.9
Keanu Baccus leads the way for the number passes attempted with 570, followed by German import Alex Baumjohann who is on 437
Glory currently lead the league in terms of goals scored (27) and percentage of shots on target (53.6%)
But Wanderers have not been afraid to try their luck, taking a competition-high 145 shots with an accuracy rate of 44.1%
Wanderers have scored eight goals via set-pieces this year, the second-highest number in the league, while Glory are third with seven
But today's visitors have also conceded eight times from set-piece situations to Glory's four
Unusually, given the considerable movement of players between the clubs over the years, there will not be a single former Glory man in Western Sydney's ranks this afternoon
Josh Risdon is, of course, on Wanderers' books, but he is away on international duty with the Socceroos
Within the Glory squad, meanwhile, Liam Reddy, Brendon Santalab, Matt Spiranovic and Scott Neville have all previously worn red and black
Tony Popovic's side still lead the way on the disciplinary front having conceded the least number of fouls thus far (142)
Brisbane have committed the most (192), followed by Wellington (191) and Wanderers (185)
All of Glory's goals this season have come from either inside the box or via the penalty spot, with the Jets the only other side yet to score from outside the box
Remarkably, no fewer than five of Melbourne City's 15 efforts have come from beyond the 18-yard line
'A' For Assists
Neil Kilkenny has created more chances (29) than any other A-League player this year, with four of those ending up as assists
Joel Chianese is next best with 14 chances created (three assists), while Bruce Kamau is Wanderers' most effective creator (19 chances, two assists)