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Jan 08, 2018   |  6:01AM AET

Stat Preview: Wanderers vs Adelaide

Stat Preview: Wanderers vs Adelaide

All the stats you need to know about our match against Adelaide on Wednesday night.

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  • Adelaide have lost only one of their last eight games against the Wanderers (W2, D5).
  • Western Sydney Wanderers are undefeated when hosting Adelaide United in the A-League (W3, D4), though each of their last three such fixtures has ended in a nil-all draw.
  • The Wanderers will be looking to win back-to-back games at ANZ Stadium for the first time after picking up a 2-1 win against Melbourne City in their last game there. 

ANZ

 

  • The Reds have won just two of their last nine away games in New South Wales (D3, L4), including a 2-1 loss to Newcastle in their last such fixture. 
  • Western Sydney Wanderers have scored 13 first-half goals this season, the third-most of any team, but have scored just two in the second half, fewer than any other club. 
  • The Reds have scored six goals between the 61st and 75th minutes, more than any other team and five more than the Wanderers (1 – no team has scored fewer in that period).

adelaide

 

  • Kearyn Baccus has a passing accuracy of 90% when playing at home this season, the second-best of any player to have made at least 150 passes on home turf. 
  • Isaias has made 147 passes into the final third this season, 14 more than any other player.