A-League snapshot – Round 19 (midweek) & 24

Stats, facts & milestones Round 19 (midweek) Adelaide United (10) v Perth Glory (6) Tuesday, 19 January 2010, Hindmarsh Stadium, 7.30pm local (8.00pm AEDT)

Stats, facts & milestones

Round 19 (midweek)

Adelaide United (10) v Perth Glory (6)
Tuesday, 19 January 2010, Hindmarsh Stadium, 7.30pm local (8.00pm AEDT)

- Adelaide United midfielder Cassio is set to make his 50th Hyundai A-League appearance
- Adelaide United have remained winless for their previous five home matches, an equal club record, and are aiming to avoid creating a new club record for most consecutive winless matches at home (six)

Round 24

Central Coast Mariners (7) v Gold Coast United (1)
Friday, 22 January 2010, Bluetongue Stadium, 8.00pm local

- The Mariners will be aiming to break a streak of seven winless home matches. It has been more than three years since any team went for more than seven home matches without a win in the Hyundai A-League - when Perth Glory ultimately went for ten home matches without a win from December 2006 to November 2007

Perth Glory (6) v Wellington Phoenix (5)
Friday, 22 January 2010, ME Bank Stadium, 7.00pm local (10.00pm AEDT)

- Having won their previous three matches, Wellington Phoenix will be aiming to create a new club record of most consecutive wins (four)

Melbourne Victory (3) v Adelaide United (10)
Saturday, 23 January 2010, Etihad Stadium, 7.00pm local

- Adelaide United will be aiming to put a halt to the Hyundai A-League’s longest streak of losses against the same opponent. Melbourne Victory have defeated Adelaide United in their previous eight encounters. The league’s second longest run of wins by one team over another is six, set by Melbourne Victory over the New Zealand Knights. The last time Adelaide did not lose to Melbourne was in December 2007, a 2-2 draw at Etihad Stadium

North Queensland Fury (9) v Brisbane Roar (8)
Saturday, 23 January 2010, Dairy Farmers Stadium, 8.00pm local (9.00pm AEDT)

- Brisbane Roar striker Michael Zullo is set to make his 50th Hyundai A-League appearance
- Having won their previous three away matches, Brisbane Roar will be aiming to avoid creating a new club record of most consecutive away losses (four)

Newcastle Jets (4) v Sydney FC (2)
Sunday, 24 January 2010, EnergyAustralia Stadium, 5.00pm local

- Newcastle Jets coach Branko Culina is set to coach his 300th match in Australian national leagues. Culina’s national league coaching career has seen him at NSL clubs Melbourne Knights (17 matches coached), Sydney United (133), Canberra Cosmos (20) and Sydney Olympic (96), and Hyundai A-League clubs Sydney FC (9) and Newcastle Jets (23 so far)
- Having won their previous three home matches, Newcastle Jets will be aiming to equal a new club record of most consecutive home wins (four)

Birthday celebrations
- Glen Moss (Melbourne Victory) turns 27 on Tuesday, 19 January
- Ben Kantarovski (Newcastle Jets) turns 18 on Wednesday, 20 January
- Matt Simon (Central Coast Mariners) turns 24 on Friday, 22 January

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