Stat Attack: Phoenix v Glory

You remember away games?

You know, when Glory play games of football that don't take place at HBF Park?

Well, funnily enough, we've got one coming up this Sunday and it's shaping up to be a season-defining fixture for both sides as the race for the top six enters its final furlong.

Going into a game of this magnitude without the key facts and figures at your fingertips simply isn't an option, so get your teeth into our numbers-based preview below...

Keogh Closing In

Andy Keogh thumbs up


If selected, Andy Keogh will join Chris Harold as Glory's joint-record A-League appearances holder with 143.

The club's record A-League goalscorer joined former teammate Josh Risdon on 142 games in last weekend's draw with Macarthur FC.

Happy Travels

Glory have not lost in New Zealand since February 2018.

The men in purple have returned from their last three visits to the chilly side of the Tasman with seven points.

Dangerman Davila

Ulises Davila celebrating


Phoenix dangerman Ulises Davila has posted a string of impressive numbers so far this term, including seven goals, five assists, 47 chances created and 80 shots taken.

Record On The Radar

Should they avoid defeat on Sunday, Wellington will set a new club record by going ten games unbeaten.

They have picked up five wins and four draws in their last nine outings.

Dominant Darryl

Darryl Lachman heading v Macarthur FC


Glory defender Darryl Lachman is dominating a number of stat categories (or stat-egories if you prefer) for the club this season, notably passes attempted (1272), tackles attempted (48), clearances (83), blocks (13) and interceptions (26).

The Curacao international has featured in 22 of Glory's 23 games to date.

0 From 1

Glory's sole previous A-League visit to Auckland's Eden Park ended in defeat as Jeremy Brockie bagged the only goal in a Round 19 clash during the 2012/13 season.

Current Glory Assistant Head Coach Steven McGarry started for Glory that day.

So Solid

Oliver Sail pointing


Neither Phoenix 'keeper Oliver Sail nor his Glory counterpart Liam Reddy have made an error that has led to a goal so far this year.

Sail has saved 11 big chances, while Reddy has kept out 12.

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