A-League In Focus – Western Sydney Wanderers vs Brisbane Roar Preview

When? Saturday 2nd December, 06:35 (UK)

Where? Spotless Stadium

What channel is it on? BT Sport 2

Are tickets still available?

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Head-to-head – last five meetings: Brisbane Roar W1, D4
Head-to-head – A-League meetings: Western Sydney Wanderers W6, Brisbane Roar W6, D7
Head-to-head – all-time meetings: Western Sydney Wanderers W6, Brisbane Roar W6, D7

Of the 19 meetings that have taken place between the two teams, there have been six win apiece and both sides have scored a total of 33 goals.

Western Sydney Wanderers have not won any of their last six encounters with Brisbane Roar – four draws and two losses.

The Wanderers have not won any of their last six A-League matches – five draws and a loss.

Western Sydney Wanderers are the joint lowest scorers in the A-League this season with just nine goals from their first seven matches - an average of 1.29 goals per game.

Western Sydney Wanderers are one of two clubs to have not kept a clean sheet this season in the A-League.

Brisbane Roar have the third worst defensive record in the A-League this season; they have conceded 14 goals from their first eight matches - an average of 1.75 goals against per game.

Brisbane Roar's attacking efforts have only produced 10 goals this season and they are averaging 1.25 goals per game. They along with Melbourne City and Adelaide United are the joint second lowest scorers in the division.

Former Middlesbrough forward Massimo Maccarone is Brisbane Roar’s top scorer in the A-League this season with three goals to his name. He is responsible for 30% of the Roar’s league goals in this campaign.

Brisbane Roar are one of two teams who are yet to win away from home this season.

You must cast your mind back to December 2015 for the last time that Western Sydney Wanderers got the better of Brisbane Roar. That day would see the home side earn all three points thanks to Mitch Nichols' second half winner.