The Victoryâ€™s run goes back to Round 18 last season when they beat the Central Coast Mariners 5-2 away and followed it up with another away win at Queensland.
This time the Victory are on home soil facing a Roar team that has mixed their form in recent times but the visitors will be looking to turn last weekâ€™s home loss to Newcastle into three points against the league leaders.
Victory coach Ernie Merrick is hoping the game would work the way he wanted by using pace and possession but was wary of a hungry Roar outfit.
Merrick said, â€śWe like a team to come at us. I think weâ€™ve got the ability to both counter-attack and keep possession when we need to. Weâ€™ve got very fast strikers.
â€śTom Pondeljak is looking even more like a striker than a midfielder. And weâ€™re very happy with his progress. Archieâ€™s (Thompson) on fire, Danny Allsoppâ€™s looking good, Carlos (Hernandez) is terrific, so weâ€™ve got the firepower to score goals.
â€śI think they are pretty desperate for points. They wonâ€™t be coming here for a draw. I think theyâ€™ve got a tough match. Theyâ€™ve got a midfield thatâ€™s very busy. Charlie Miller scoring goals. The good thing about Queensland is that they play attacking football as well.â€ť
Queensland Roar coach Frank Farina has been pleased with his sideâ€™s recent form and was happy to keep his line-up fairly standard although star midfielder Miller is under a fitness cloud with a groin injury.
Farina does expect the Scotland native to start the match and admitted that no extreme changes to the side were likely.
He said, â€śIâ€™ve been pretty happy with the way that the sideâ€™s been playing so no need for changes at this stage but thatâ€™s possible down the line.
â€śCharlieâ€™s (Miller) been the most likely to score goals for us so far this season. Hopefully going down there to Melbourne heâ€™ll enjoy the big stage as well.
â€śItâ€™s a big game but I think itâ€™s a good game for us.â€ť
The Victory will be pleased to have creative midfielder Leigh Broxham back in the squad to provide depth whilst the Roar will be pinning their hopes on Miller who has scored in four of the five games so far this season