In this week’s stat attack we take a look at all the facts and numbers surrounding our clash against the Western Sydney Wanderers on Saturday evening at AAMI Park.

In this week-s stat attack we take a look at all the facts and numbers surrounding our clash against the Western Sydney Wanderers on Saturday evening at AAMI Park.

Last week Melbourne Heart FC walked away from Coopers Stadium with a point following a 2-2 draw against Adelaide United, while the Wanderers drew 1-1 at home with Brisbane Roar.

The last time these two sides met it ended in a 1-1 draw at Pirtek Stadium, with Aaron Mooy cancelling out David Williams opener.

The Wanderers will be looking to hold on to second spot on the table but Melbourne Heart are determined to give retiring Club Captain Harry Kewell the best send-off possible.

Melbourne Heart FC vs Western Sydney Wanderers
– Melbourne Heart have scored just three goals in their five A-League meetings with Western Sydney Wanderers.
– After a run of five successive wins in the A-League, Melbourne Heart have now gone five games without a win (L3 D2).
– Both teams are winless in their last three league appearances.
– No team have seen fewer goals scored in their A-League matches this season than Western Sydney Wanderers (58).
– WSW have won just one of their last seven A-League games away from home (W1 D2 L4).
– Wanderers have scored in 20 of their last 22 A-League away games.
– Melbourne Heart have failed to ever pick up a victory against the Wanderers.
– Western Sydney Wanderers have kept 10 clean sheets this season; a league-high.
– Western Sydney Wanderers have converted just 10.2% of their shots in to goals this season; a league-low.
– Melbourne Heart have only failed to score once in their past twelve matches.
– Melbourne Heart have the second most headed goals in the league this season.
– No team has had more shots on goal this season than Melbourne Heart (305), but no team has a worse shooting accuracy (40.7% on target).
– Melbourne Heart have had the most ‘big chances- this season with 59, but have the worst big chance conversion rate (25.4%).

– David Williams has netted eight goals in his last 10 A-League appearances for Melbourne Heart.
– Golgol Mebrahtu is the only player to have scored for Heart against the Wanderers at AAMI Park.
– Tom Juric has a strike rate in 2013-14 of a goal just over every two games.
– No one has made more appearances for the Wanderers this season than Ante Covic and Nikolai Topor-Stanley (25).
– Aaron Mooy has the league-s fourth most passes in the opposition half this season (848).
– No Wanderers played has been shown a red card so far this season.
– Labinot Haliti (2) is the only player to score more than one goal in this fixture.
– There have been two red cars in the five previous meetings between these two sides (Simon Colosimo & Jerome Polenz).
– Mark Bridge scored the first ever Wanderers home goal in the A-League in a match against Melbourne Heart.

Melbourne Heart v Western Sydney Wanderers
Saturday 12 April 5.30pm AAMI Park

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