Sadly, the club's first ever home meeting with Western United will be played behind closed doors, but a bit of context and a couple of cheeky stats are still handy to have tucked away in the back pocket, even when you're having to watch on TV.
So let us help with your pre-game prep...
Glory's last five home fixtures have produced an average of 5.2 goals per game, with the WA team recording three wins, one draw and one defeat in that sequence.
Western United will arrive at HBF Park having found the net 11 times in their last two outings.
Multiple Milestone Man
Liam Reddy, who is set to make his 300th Hyundai A-League appearance on Monday, requires another three clean sheets to set a new competition record.
He would replace former Glory man Danny Vukovic who holds the current record of 85.
Last weekend's 0-0 draw with Sydney FC marked just the third time this season that Glory have not managed to get on the scoresheet.
United, meanwhile, have drawn six blanks, three of which came on the bounce from Round 6 to Round 8.
Ably Assisted By...
Two of the four players to have made seven assists – the most by an individual – this Hyundai A-League campaign come from Western United, in the form of Alessandro Diamanti and ex-Glory man, Josh Risdon.
Glory have taken the lead in 10 games this year and gone on to win eight of them.
Western United have been similarly tough to peg back, winning five of the six matches in which they have hit the front first.
Andrew Durante has attempted the most passes for United this term with 1005.
The leading Glory player in this category is Neil Kilkenny with 1302.
United's top scorer, Besart Berisha, has found the net 16 times in his 22 career appearances against Glory, making the men in purple his third-favourite opponents behind Adelaide United and Central Coast Mariners.
Fun Form Facts
Glory and Western United have both picked up ten points from their last eight games and over the course of the season, both have also been stronger on the road than at home.
Glory have picked up 14 points at HBF Park and 17 on their travels, while United have claimed 13 at home and 14 away.