Archive for February 2011

Dortmund face Bayern challenge

Saturday, 26th February 2011 7:46pm
Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund face a tough challenge in defending champions Bayern Munich in round 24.

Bayern currently lead the form table for the last six matches having accumulated 13 points compared to Dortmund's 12 in third place.

However, in the last six matches the league leaders haven't lost whereas Bayern lost once away to Cologne.

When the two teams met earlier in the season, the league leaders won 2-nil.

There is a 13 points difference between the two teams and a loss for the champions will increase it to 16 whilst a win will help reduce it to 10. After the match only ten matches matches remain.

Here is some of the stats for the two teams so far this season:


Bayern MunichDortmund
Rank31
Played2323
Points4255
Drawn64
Won1217
Lost52
Goal difference2236
Clean sheets711
Failed to score63
Goals scored4949
Goals conceded2713
Ave. goals scored2.12.1
Ave. goals conceded1.20.6
Biggest winBayern Munich 5 - 1 Kaiser
Bayern Munich 4 - 0 Hoffenheim
Dortmund 5 - 0 Kaiser
Biggest lossKaiser 2 - 0 Bayern Munich
Dortmund 2 - 0 Bayern Munich
Schalke 04 2 - 0 Bayern Munich
Dortmund 0 - 2 Leverkusen
Scored 3 or more118
Conceded 3 or more30
Scored 5 or more21
Conceded 5 or more00
Home matches
Played1111
Points2624
Drawn23
Won87
Lost11
Goal difference2216
Goals scored2921
Goals conceded75
Ave. goals scored2.61.9
Ave. goals conceded0.60.5
Away matches
Played1212
Points1631
Drawn41
Won410
Lost41
Goal difference020
Goals scored2028
Goals conceded208
Ave. goals scored1.72.3
Ave. goals conceded1.70.7

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Advantage Bayern after late goal

Thursday, 24th February 2011 9:48pm
Bayern Munich took a huge advantage into the second leg after scoring a very late away goal in their win over defending champions Inter Milan.

With the match seemingly heading for a goalless draw, the Bundesliga champions scored in injury time to take an away goal advantage for the Munich fixture.

In the second batch of the round of 16 matches no home team managed to secure a win.

Chelsea beat Copenhagen 2-nil and the other two matches finished in draws.

Manchester United played out a goalless draw against Marseille whilst Lyon drew Real Madrid one all.

The table below shows the number of goals scored by each team in the second half so far:


TeamGoals
Rubin0
Rangers0
Partizan1
Panathinaikos1
Zilina2
Bursaspor2
Auxerre2
Inter Milan3
FC Copenhagen 3
CFR3
Braga3
Benfica3
Basel3
Ajax3
Werder Bremen 4
Twente6
Spartak Moscow6
Man United6
Hapoel Tel Aviv6
AC Milan6
Valencia7
Schalke 047
Roma7
Marseille7
Lyon8
Chelsea8
Barcelona8
Real Madrid9
Bayern Munich9
Shakhtar Donetsk10
Arsenal12
Tottenham13

Total Goals Scored : 168

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McCoist to take over at Rangers

Thursday, 24th February 2011 1:21pm
Ally McCoist will take over as Rangers manager from Walter Smith at the end of the season.

McCoist is currently assistant manager to Smith at Ibrox.

Smith took over the Rangers job for the second time in January 2007.

Rangers finished third in their group and thus dropped into the Europa Cup.

Here is some of the stats for Smith's Rangers in this season's Champions League group stages:


Smith's Rangers
Played6
Points6
Won1
Drawn3
Lost2
Goal difference-3
Clean sheets2
Failed to score3
Goals scored3
Goals conceded6
Ave. goals scored0.5
Ave. goals conceded1.0
Biggest winRangers 1 - 0 Bursaspor
Biggest lossValencia 3 - 0 Rangers
Scored 3 or more0
Conceded 3 or more1
Scored 5 or more0
Conceded 5 or more0
Home matches
Played3
Points4
Won1
Drawn1
Lost1
Goal difference0
Goals scored2
Goals conceded2
Ave. goals scored0.7
Ave. goals conceded0.7
Away matches
Played3
Points2
Won0
Drawn2
Lost1
Goal difference-3
Goals scored1
Goals conceded4
Ave. goals scored0.3
Ave. goals conceded1.3


Here is the winning trend for Rangers:


TrendFrequencyPercentage(%)
Rangers leading at half time, Rangers winning at full time 133.3
Rangers leading at half time, Rangers losing at full time 00.0
Rangers trailing at half time, Rangers winning at full time 00.0
Rangers trailing at half time, Rangers losing at full time 133.3
Rangers drawing at half time, Rangers winning at full time 00.0
Rangers drawing at half time, Rangers losing at full time 133.3
Matches ending in result 350.0


and the trend for the three draws:


TrendFrequencyPercentage
Rangers drawing at half time, Rangers drawing at full time 133.3
Rangers team leading at half time, Rangers drawing at full time 266.7
Rangers trailing at half time, Rangers drawing at full time 00.0
Drawn matches 350.0

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2010 final rematch: Inter vs Bayern

Wednesday, 23rd February 2011 1:44pm
The 2009/10 Uefa Champions League finalists, Inter Milan and Bayern, this season meet in the round of 16 clash first leg at the San Siro.

Inter won the final 2-nil last season but this is a new season and so far it hasn't been as good and hence finishing second in the group stages for the defending champions.

The major difference between the two teams is the change in management. The manager who won the final for the first leg hosts, Jose Mourinho has since left for Real Madrid.

Also the manager who navigated Inter's way through the group stages, Rafa Benitez was sacked and and was replaced by Leornardo.

Here is some of the stats for the two teams from the group stages:



Inter MilanBayern Munich
Played66
Points1015
Drawn10
Won35
Lost21
Goal difference110
Clean sheets23
Failed to score10
Goals scored1216
Goals conceded116
Ave. goals scored2.02.7
Ave. goals conceded1.81.0
Biggest winInter Milan 4 - 0 Werder Bremen
CFR 0 - 4 Bayern Munich
Biggest lossWerder Bremen 3 - 0 Inter Milan
Roma 3 - 2 Bayern Munich
Scored 3 or more23
Conceded 3 or more31
Scored 5 or more00
Conceded 5 or more00
Home matches
Played33
Points99
Drawn00
Won33
Lost00
Goal difference66
Goals scored98
Goals conceded32
Ave. goals scored3.02.7
Ave. goals conceded1.00.7
Away matches
Played33
Points16
Drawn10
Won02
Lost21
Goal difference-54
Goals scored38
Goals conceded84
Ave. goals scored1.02.7
Ave. goals conceded2.71.3

Recent Matches

SeasonRoundTeamGoalsTeamGoals
2006/7 2Inter Milan0Bayern Munich2
2006/7 6Bayern Munich1Inter Milan1
2009/10 15Bayern Munich0Inter Milan2

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Lyon looks for repeat against Real

Tuesday, 22nd February 2011 1:15pm
Last season Lyon knocked out Real Madrid out of the Champions League on their way to reaching the semis.

This season Lyon are meeting Real at the same stage of the competition as last season with Real unbeaten in the competitition so far this season.

Lyon managed to scrap through in the last group phase round to get second place with Schalke taking first place and they will need to play a lot better than they did in the group stages.

In Lyon's favour Real hasn't beaten Lyon in their last six meetings and Real will need to reverse this trend if they are to reach the quarters.

Here is some of the stats for the two teams from the group stages:



LyonReal Madrid
Played66
Points1016
Drawn11
Won35
Lost20
Goal difference113
Clean sheets25
Failed to score10
Goals scored1115
Goals conceded102
Ave. goals scored1.82.5
Ave. goals conceded1.70.3
Biggest winHapoel Tel Aviv 1 - 3 Lyon
Lyon 2 - 0 Benfica
Ajax 0 - 4 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 4 - 0 Auxerre
Biggest lossSchalke 04 3 - 0 Lyon
No loss
Scored 3 or more22
Conceded 3 or more20
Scored 5 or more00
Conceded 5 or more00
Home matches
Played33
Points79
Drawn10
Won23
Lost00
Goal difference38
Goals scored58
Goals conceded20
Ave. goals scored1.72.7
Ave. goals conceded0.70.0
Away matches
Played33
Points37
Drawn01
Won12
Lost20
Goal difference-25
Goals scored67
Goals conceded82
Ave. goals scored2.02.3
Ave. goals conceded2.70.7

Recent Matches

SeasonRoundTeamGoalsTeamGoals
2005/6 1Lyon3Real Madrid0
2005/6 5Real Madrid1Lyon1
2006/7 1Lyon2Real Madrid0
2006/7 5Real Madrid2Lyon2
2009/10 7Lyon1Real Madrid0
2009/10 9Real Madrid1Lyon1

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Black Country derby : West Brom vs Wolves

Saturday, 19th February 2011 10:05pm
The Black Country derby between West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers is back on after the initial match was postponed because of the weather.

The two teams are separated by three points with Wolves at the bottom of the table.

The hosts are saved from being in the relegation zone by goal difference.

With relegation looming for both teams, this look like its going to be a fiery encounter.

The Baggies only need to avoid defeat to stay outside of the relegation zone.

Wolves will need to win by a three goal margin to get out of the relegation and be replaced by their rivals.

Here is some of the stats for the two teams so far:


W BromWolves
Rank1720
Played2626
Points2724
Drawn63
Won77
Lost1316
Goal difference-17-19
Clean sheets13
Failed to score98
Goals scored3426
Goals conceded5145
Ave. goals scored1.31.0
Ave. goals conceded2.01.7
Biggest winEverton 1 - 4 W Brom
Wolves 2 - 1 Stoke
Wolves 2 - 1 Man City
Wolves 3 - 2 Sunderland
Wolves 1 - 0 Bham City
Liverpool 0 - 1 Wolves
Wolves 1 - 0 Chelsea
Wolves 2 - 1 Man United
Biggest lossChelsea 6 - 0 W Brom
Blackburn 3 - 0 Wolves
Wolves 0 - 3 Liverpool
Scored 3 or more62
Conceded 3 or more65
Scored 5 or more00
Conceded 5 or more10
Home matches
Played1313
Points1920
Drawn42
Won56
Lost45
Goal difference-1-2
Goals scored2117
Goals conceded2219
Ave. goals scored1.61.3
Ave. goals conceded1.71.5
Away matches
Played1313
Points84
Drawn21
Won21
Lost911
Goal difference-16-17
Goals scored139
Goals conceded2926
Ave. goals scored1.00.7
Ave. goals conceded2.22.0

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Elimination time: Gold Coast v Melb Victory

Saturday, 19th February 2011 9:46pm
In the last elimination match of the first week of finals, Gold Coast United will host Melbourne Victory at Skilled Park.

The winners of this match will face Adelaide United who beat Wellington Phoenix.

Both teams lost their final fixtures of the regular home and away season and both will need to bounce back if they are to face Adelaide.

The hosts won seven of their 15 home matches but Victory only won four of their 15 away matches bit one of those four was against the Gold Coast.

In their three meetings this season the loser failed to score and the Victory won two out of the three encounters.

Here is some of the stats for the two teams this season:



Melb VictoryGold Coast
Season finish54
Played3030
Points4346
Drawn1010
Won1112
Lost98
Goal difference68
Clean sheets1012
Failed to score711
Goals scored4540
Goals conceded3932
Ave. goals scored1.51.3
Ave. goals conceded1.31.1
Biggest winMelb Victory 3 - 0 Brisbane Roar
Melb Victory 3 - 0 Sydney
NQ Fury 0 - 3 Melb Victory
Gold Coast 4 - 0 NQ Fury
Gold Coast 5 - 1 Newcastle Jets
Biggest lossMelb Victory 1 - 4 Adelaide Utd
Brisbane Roar 4 - 0 Gold Coast
Scored 3 or more67
Conceded 3 or more43
Scored 5 or more01
Conceded 5 or more00
Home matches
Played1515
Points2626
Drawn55
Won77
Lost33
Goal difference814
Goals scored2623
Goals conceded189
Ave. goals scored1.71.5
Ave. goals conceded1.20.6
Away matches
Played1515
Points1720
Drawn55
Won45
Lost65
Goal difference-2-6
Goals scored1917
Goals conceded2123
Ave. goals scored1.31.1
Ave. goals conceded1.41.5

Previous Matches

SeasonRoundTeamGoalsTeamGoals
2009/10 8Gold Coast United2Melbourne Victory3
2009/10 16Melbourne Victory4Gold Coast United0
2009/10 25Gold Coast United1Melbourne Victory0
2010/11 4Gold Coast United0Melbourne Victory1
2010/11 13Melbourne Victory0Gold Coast United1
2010/11 25Melbourne Victory2Gold Coast United0

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Roar rules both home and away

Saturday, 19th February 2011 4:24pm
In the just ended regular home and away A-League season, Brisbane Roar lost one away match but not surprisingly collected the most points at home and away.

The Wellington Phoenix who lost only twice at the Westpac Stadium come a close second.

If the Phoenix could replicate the home form away, the could have finished second or third on the table instead of sixth.

Here are the two tables for the home and away for each team.

TeamPlayedWonDrawLostForAgainstGDPts
Brisbane Roar 15 10 50 3110 2135
Wellington Phoenix 15 10 32 3218 1433
Adelaide Utd 15 10 14 3012 1831
Central Coast Mariners 15 9 33 3018 1230
Gold Coast 15 7 53 239 1426
Melb Victory 15 7 53 2618 826
Newcastle Jets 15 6 63 1811 724
Sydney 15 5 64 2016 421
Melb Heart 15 4 65 1518 -318
Perth Glory 15 4 47 1822 -416
NQ Fury 15 3 39 1425 -1112

and this is the away table:


TeamPlayedWonDrawLostForAgainstGDPts
Brisbane Roar 15 8 61 2716 1130
Central Coast Mariners 15 7 62 2013 727
Gold Coast 15 5 55 1723 -620
Adelaide Utd 15 5 46 2124 -319
Melb Victory 15 4 56 1921 -217
Melb Heart 15 4 56 1724 -717
Sydney 15 3 48 1524 -913
Newcastle Jets 15 3 210 1122 -1111
Wellington Phoenix 15 2 211 723 -168
NQ Fury 15 1 410 1435 -217
Perth Glory 15 1 410 932 -237


Once again the Roar lead the away performance and in second place is the Central Coast Mariners.

The NQ Fury were better than Perth Glory when it came to away performance.

The full table is here for comparison

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Roar dominates both halves

Saturday, 19th February 2011 4:22pm
The minor premiers Brisbane Roar both the first half and second half tables in the home and away regular 2010/11 A-League season.

The table below considers the results at half time:


TeamPlayedWonDrawLostForAgainstGDPts
Brisbane Roar 30 13 134 2410 1452
Central Coast Mariners 30 14 97 2113 851
Adelaide Utd 30 11 136 2214 846
Sydney 30 9 156 1413 142
Melb Victory 30 9 129 1516 -139
Wellington Phoenix 30 9 1110 1815 338
Gold Coast 30 7 176 1917 238
Newcastle Jets 30 7 158 1012 -236
Perth Glory 30 9 813 1519 -435
Melb Heart 30 4 1412 1222 -1026
NQ Fury 30 4 1115 1029 -1923


The table below only considers the second half result only:


TeamPlayedWonDrawLostForAgainstGDPts
Brisbane Roar 30 16 122 3416 1860
Adelaide Utd 30 12 108 2922 746
Central Coast Mariners 30 11 127 2918 1145
Melb Victory 30 12 99 3023 745
Gold Coast 30 10 146 2115 644
Melb Heart 30 9 129 2020 039
Wellington Phoenix 30 10 713 2126 -537
Newcastle Jets 30 6 159 1921 -233
NQ Fury 30 7 1112 1831 -1332
Sydney 30 7 1013 2127 -631
Perth Glory 30 4 1016 1235 -2322


The actual log ladder is here for comparison

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Can the Mariners stop the Roar?

Saturday, 19th February 2011 8:18am
The Central Coast Mariners play the Brisbane Roar in the first leg of the major semi-final.

The Roar has only last one match this season and that was to Melbourne Victory.

As for the Mariners they suffered their heaviest loss of the season against the Roar when they went 5-1 down at home.

The Mariners have a great chance as they play the first leg at home and its a match the team has to win before going to Suncorp.

Away goals will count should the teams be tied at the end of the second leg and so the Mariners will be aiming to stop the Roar from scoring.

Here is some of the stats for the two teams so far this season:



CategoryCentral Coast MarinersBrisbane Roar
Season finish21
Played3030
Points5765
Drawn911
Won1618
Lost51
Goal difference1932
Clean sheets1312
Failed to score33
Goals scored5058
Goals conceded3126
Ave. goals scored1.71.9
Ave. goals conceded1.00.9
Biggest winCentral Coast Mariners 5 - 0 Perth Glory
Brisbane Roar 4 - 0 Melb Heart
Brisbane Roar 4 - 0 Adelaide Utd
Brisbane Roar 4 - 0 Gold Coast
Central Coast Mariners 1 - 5 Brisbane Roar
Biggest lossCentral Coast Mariners 1 - 5 Brisbane Roar
Melb Victory 3 - 0 Brisbane Roar
Scored 3 or more68
Conceded 3 or more33
Scored 5 or more11
Conceded 5 or more10
Home matches
Played1515
Points3035
Drawn35
Won910
Lost30
Goal difference1221
Goals scored3031
Goals conceded1810
Ave. goals scored2.02.1
Ave. goals conceded1.20.7
Away matches
Played1515
Points2730
Drawn66
Won78
Lost21
Goal difference711
Goals scored2027
Goals conceded1316
Ave. goals scored1.31.8
Ave. goals conceded0.91.1

Previous Matches

SeasonRoundTeamGoalsTeamGoals
2006/7 3Central Coast Mariners0Brisbane Roar0
2006/7 10Brisbane Roar1Central Coast Mariners1
2006/7 17Central Coast Mariners2Brisbane Roar3
2005/6 7Brisbane Roar1Central Coast Mariners1
2005/6 14Central Coast Mariners2Brisbane Roar2
2005/6 21Brisbane Roar2Central Coast Mariners2
2007/8 3Brisbane Roar0Central Coast Mariners1
2007/8 8Central Coast Mariners0Brisbane Roar1
2007/8 16Brisbane Roar2Central Coast Mariners1
2008/9 3Brisbane Roar2Central Coast Mariners4
2008/9 14Central Coast Mariners1Brisbane Roar1
2008/9 19Central Coast Mariners3Brisbane Roar4
2008/9 22Central Coast Mariners0Brisbane Roar2
2008/9 23Brisbane Roar2Central Coast Mariners1
2009/10 4Brisbane Roar1Central Coast Mariners0
2009/10 11Brisbane Roar0Central Coast Mariners3
2009/10 20Central Coast Mariners2Brisbane Roar3
2010/11 10Brisbane Roar2Central Coast Mariners0
2010/11 16Central Coast Mariners1Brisbane Roar5
2010/11 22Central Coast Mariners3Brisbane Roar3

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Gunners overcome Barca in first leg

Thursday, 17th February 2011 9:47pm
Arsenal won the first leg of their match against Barcelona after coming from behind to win 2-1.

In this round featuring just four fixtures, the Gunners were the only home team to win their match.

Both teams from the Serie A, Roma and AC Milan, failed to take home advantage as they lost by one goal margins.

AC Milan lost 1-nil to Tottenham Hotspurs whilst Roma lost 3-2 to Shakhtar Donetsk despite scoring first.

The other fixture saw Valencia and Schalke share the spoils in a one all draw.

So with the Gunners trailing behind at half time and then winning at full time, this week I will take a look at the winning trends in all the matches that ended in a result so far in the Champions League:


TrendFrequencyPercentage(%)
Home team leading at half time, home team winning at full time 3542.7
Away team leading at half time, away team winning at full time 1619.5
Home team trailing at half time, home team winning at full time 33.7
Away team trailing at half time, away team winning at full time 11.2
Draw at half time, home team winning at full time 1417.1
Draw at half time, away team winning at full time 1315.9
Matches ending in result 8282.0

So the Gunners become the third home to be trailing at half time and then win by the end of the match.


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In-form Phoenix face Adelaide

Thursday, 17th February 2011 2:07pm
The last league match between Adelaide United and Wellington saw the Phoenix win for the first time away to Adelaide.

If the Phoenix can continue that run then Adelaide will be out of the finals.

The hosts have been to the grand final twice and will therefore have the finals experience compared to the hosts who are playing only for the second time in the finals.

Here is some of the stats for the two teams this season:



Adelaide UtdWellington Phoenix
Played3030
Points5041
Drawn55
Won1512
Lost1013
Goal difference15-2
Clean sheets99
Failed to score79
Goals scored5139
Goals conceded3641
Ave. goals scored1.71.3
Ave. goals conceded1.21.4
Biggest winAdelaide Utd 8 - 1 NQ Fury
Wellington Phoenix 4 - 0 Newcastle Jets
Wellington Phoenix 4 - 0 Perth Glory
Biggest lossBrisbane Roar 4 - 0 Adelaide Utd
Adelaide Utd 3 - 0 Wellington Phoenix
Wellington Phoenix 0 - 3 Central Coast Mariners
Wellington Phoenix 1 - 4 Brisbane Roar
Scored 3 or more64
Conceded 3 or more36
Scored 5 or more10
Conceded 5 or more00
Home matches
Played1515
Points3133
Drawn13
Won1010
Lost42
Goal difference1814
Goals scored3032
Goals conceded1218
Ave. goals scored2.02.1
Ave. goals conceded0.81.2
Away matches
Played1515
Points198
Drawn42
Won52
Lost611
Goal difference-3-16
Goals scored217
Goals conceded2423
Ave. goals scored1.40.5
Ave. goals conceded1.61.5

Previous Matches

SeasonRoundTeamGoalsTeamGoals
2007/8 5Wellington Phoenix2Adelaide United FC2
2007/8 10Adelaide United FC4Wellington Phoenix1
2007/8 15Wellington Phoenix1Adelaide United FC2
2008/9 3Adelaide United FC3Wellington Phoenix0
2008/9 14Adelaide United FC6Wellington Phoenix1
2008/9 20Wellington Phoenix1Adelaide United FC1
2009/10 5Wellington Phoenix1Adelaide United FC1
2009/10 20Adelaide United FC1Wellington Phoenix1
2009/10 25Wellington Phoenix1Adelaide United FC0
2010/11 11Adelaide United FC3Wellington Phoenix0
2010/11 17Wellington Phoenix2Adelaide United FC1
2010/11 26Adelaide United FC0Wellington Phoenix1

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Gunners face Barca test

Wednesday, 16th February 2011 11:00pm
Arsenal will meet Barcelona at the Emirates in the first leg of the round of 16 seeking a victory to take to the Nou Camp.

Arsenal currently lie second in the Premiership and face high riding Barcelona who dropped league points away from home for the first time this season at the weekend.

In the group phase the Gunners won all their home matches. Barca on the other hand won two and drew one away from the Nou Camp.

Here is some of the stats for the two teams for the group phase:



ArsenalBarcelona
Played66
Points1214
Drawn02
Won44
Lost20
Goal difference1111
Clean sheets13
Failed to score10
Goals scored1814
Goals conceded73
Ave. goals scored3.02.3
Ave. goals conceded1.20.5
Biggest winArsenal 6 - 0 Braga
Barcelona 5 - 1 Panathinaikos
Biggest lossBraga 2 - 0 Arsenal
No loss
Scored 3 or more42
Conceded 3 or more00
Scored 5 or more21
Conceded 5 or more00
Home matches
Played33
Points99
Drawn00
Won33
Lost00
Goal difference128
Goals scored149
Goals conceded21
Ave. goals scored4.73.0
Ave. goals conceded0.70.3
Away matches
Played33
Points35
Drawn02
Won11
Lost20
Goal difference-13
Goals scored45
Goals conceded52
Ave. goals scored1.31.7
Ave. goals conceded1.70.7

Recent UCL Matches

SeasonRoundTeamGoalsTeamGoals
2005/6 13Barcelona2Arsenal1
2009/10 11Arsenal2Barcelona2
2009/10 12Barcelona4Arsenal1

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Spurs faces Milan challenge

Tuesday, 15th February 2011 10:59pm
Seasoned Champions League campaigners AC Milan will host Tottenham Hotspurs at the San Siro in the first leg of the round of 16 stage.

Spurs had to overcome Inter Milan to finish top of their and hence they host the second leg and now they come against the other Milan team who currently sit top of the Serie A table.

Spurs are currently fourth in the Premier League.

Here is some of the stats for the two teams in the group stages:


CategoryAC MilanTottenham
Played66
Points811
Drawn22
Won23
Lost21
Goal difference07
Clean sheets21
Failed to score20
Goals scored718
Goals conceded711
Ave. goals scored1.23.0
Ave. goals conceded1.21.8
Biggest winAC Milan 2 - 0 Auxerre
Auxerre 0 - 2 AC Milan
Tottenham 4 - 1 Twente
Tottenham 3 - 0 Werder Bremen
Biggest lossReal Madrid 2 - 0 AC Milan
AC Milan 0 - 2 Ajax
Inter Milan 4 - 3 Tottenham
Scored 3 or more05
Conceded 3 or more02
Scored 5 or more00
Conceded 5 or more00
Home matches
Played33
Points49
Drawn10
Won13
Lost10
Goal difference08
Goals scored410
Goals conceded42
Ave. goals scored1.33.3
Ave. goals conceded1.30.7
Away matches
Played33
Points42
Drawn12
Won10
Lost11
Goal difference0-1
Goals scored38
Goals conceded39
Ave. goals scored1.02.7
Ave. goals conceded1.03.0

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2010/11 A-League finals format

Monday, 14th February 2011 1:21pm
The 2010/11 season A-League format will be the same as the 2009/10 season with the top six teams qualifying for the finals and the finals running over four weeks.

The top two teams play each other over two legs and the winner goes straight to the grand finals and also gets the right to host it and gets a rest in week three.

The team that finishes second hosts the first leg with the minor premiers hosting the second leg. Away goals rule over these two legs.

So this year the Central Coast Mariners will host the first leg and the second leg will be at the Suncorp.

The loser between the top will play the winner from the third to sixth placed teams in week three of the finals.

With the third to sixth place, third will play sixth placed team and the fourth will play the fifth placed with the higher ranked teams hosting the matches in each case.

These are one-off and the winners in these matches will play each other in week two of the finals with the winner in week two playing the loser between the Roar and the Mariners.

So Adelaide United will host the Wellington Phoenix whilst Gold Coast United will host Melbourne Victory in week one of the finals.

The winners in these matches will play each in the second week of the finals and the winner will then play the loser in the Roar/Mariners match in the third week of the finals.

The fourth week of the finals will be the Grand final.

The rules in full can be found here.

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No luck for Fury

Sunday, 13th February 2011 11:39pm
The North Queensland Fury ended their season with another defeat as they lost to the Wellington Phoenix 3-1.

The Fury's position was not going to change with a win as they had already been confirmed wooden spooners but they ended the match with ten man after having a player send off deep into stoppage time.

Last season the Fury just missed on the finals but this season turned out to be worse and they were the only team to lose by a seven goal margin when they lost 8-1 to Adelaide United.

Here is some of the stats for the Fury for the 2010/11 season:


NQ Fury
Final positionNQ Fury
Played30
Points19
Won4
Drawn7
Lost19
Goal difference-32
Clean sheets2
Failed to score11
Goals scored28
Goals conceded60
Ave. goals scored0.9
Ave. goals conceded2.0
Biggest winNQ Fury 2 - 1 Sydney
NQ Fury 2 - 1 Perth Glory
Gold Coast 1 - 2 NQ Fury
NQ Fury 1 - 0 Sydney
Biggest lossAdelaide Utd 8 - 1 NQ Fury
Scored 3 or more1
Conceded 3 or more9
Scored 5 or more0
Conceded 5 or more1
Home matches
Played15
Points12
Won3
Drawn3
Lost9
Goal difference-11
Goals scored14
Goals conceded25
Ave. goals scored0.9
Ave. goals conceded1.7
Away matches
Played15
Points7
Won1
Drawn4
Lost10
Goal difference-21
Goals scored14
Goals conceded35
Ave. goals scored0.9
Ave. goals conceded2.3

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Jets misses finals as Phoenix wins

Sunday, 13th February 2011 11:32pm
The Newcastle Jets could have reached the finals on goal difference had they won and Wellington Phoenix lost but things did not happen.

The Phoenix and the Jets lost and so the Jets missed out on the finals.

Last season the Jets finished sixth but this season they had to settle for seventh and wait another year for the finals.

Here is some of the stats for the Jets:


Newcastle Jets
Final position7
Played30
Points35
Won9
Drawn8
Lost13
Goal difference-4
Clean sheets10
Failed to score12
Goals scored29
Goals conceded33
Ave. goals scored1.0
Ave. goals conceded1.1
Biggest winNewcastle Jets 4 - 0 Perth Glory
Biggest lossWellington Phoenix 4 - 0 Newcastle Jets
Gold Coast 5 - 1 Newcastle Jets
Scored 3 or more3
Conceded 3 or more2
Scored 5 or more0
Conceded 5 or more1
Home matches
Played15
Points24
Won6
Drawn6
Lost3
Goal difference7
Goals scored18
Goals conceded11
Ave. goals scored1.2
Ave. goals conceded0.7
Away matches
Played15
Points11
Won3
Drawn2
Lost10
Goal difference-11
Goals scored11
Goals conceded22
Ave. goals scored0.7
Ave. goals conceded1.5

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Hearts signs off with a draw

Sunday, 13th February 2011 11:29pm
Melbourne signed off its debut A-League season with a draw against champions Sydney FC at AAMI Park.

Heart were reduced to ten men late in the first half when the match was one-all went ahead in the second half but Sydney struck back towards the end of the match to deny the home team a win.

Here is some of the stats for the Melbourne Heart in their debut season:


Melb Heart
Final position8
Played30
Points35
Won8
Drawn11
Lost11
Goal difference-10
Clean sheets7
Failed to score10
Goals scored32
Goals conceded42
Ave. goals scored1.1
Ave. goals conceded1.4
Biggest winNewcastle Jets 0 - 2 Melb Heart
Melb Heart 2 - 0 NQ Fury
Biggest lossBrisbane Roar 4 - 0 Melb Heart
Scored 3 or more1
Conceded 3 or more4
Scored 5 or more0
Conceded 5 or more0
Home matches
Played15
Points18
Won4
Drawn6
Lost5
Goal difference-3
Goals scored15
Goals conceded18
Ave. goals scored1.0
Ave. goals conceded1.2
Away matches
Played15
Points17
Won4
Drawn5
Lost6
Goal difference-7
Goals scored17
Goals conceded24
Ave. goals scored1.1
Ave. goals conceded1.6

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Sydney fails to overtake Heart

Sunday, 13th February 2011 11:24pm
Sydney FC could have finished the season above the Melbourne Heart with a win against the new team but a 2-all draw ensured they stayed in ninth place.

Sydney who were a double last season failed to even reach the finals but they avoided the wooden spoon.

Here is some of the stats for Sydney's season:


Sydney FC
Final Position9
Played30
Points34
Won8
Drawn10
Lost12
Goal difference-5
Clean sheets7
Failed to score8
Goals scored35
Goals conceded40
Ave. goals scored1.2
Ave. goals conceded1.3
Biggest winPerth Glory 0 - 3 Sydney
Biggest lossCentral Coast Mariners 4 - 0 Sydney
Scored 3 or more3
Conceded 3 or more5
Scored 5 or more0
Conceded 5 or more0
Home matches
Played15
Points21
Won5
Drawn6
Lost4
Goal difference4
Goals scored20
Goals conceded16
Ave. goals scored1.3
Ave. goals conceded1.1
Away matches
Played15
Points13
Won3
Drawn4
Lost8
Goal difference-9
Goals scored15
Goals conceded24
Ave. goals scored1.0
Ave. goals conceded1.6

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Phoenix snatches last finals spot

Sunday, 13th February 2011 10:22pm
The Wellington Phoenix got the last finals place after beating the North Queensland Fury 3-1 at Westpac Stadium.

The Phoenix had a to get at least a point to make sure that Newcastle Jets did not overtake them.

After that win the result in the last match of the regular home and away season did not matter at all as Jets were now always going to finish in seventh place.

The Jets lost 1-nil to the Central Coast Mariners as the former champions just missed out on the finals.

So here is final table for the season:


TeamPlayedWonDrawLostForAgainstGDPts
Brisbane Roar 30 18 111 5826 3265
Central Coast Mariners 30 16 95 5031 1957
Adelaide Utd 30 15 510 5136 1550
Gold Coast 30 12 108 4032 846
Melb Victory 30 11 109 4539 643
Wellington Phoenix 30 12 513 3941 -241
Newcastle Jets 30 9 813 2933 -435
Melb Heart 30 8 1111 3242 -1035
Sydney 30 8 1012 3540 -534
Perth Glory 30 5 817 2754 -2723
NQ Fury 30 4 719 2860 -3219


Its interesting to see that the the top three teams finished in the bottom three last season

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Asian Cup round up: Goals conceded

Saturday, 12th February 2011 9:53pm
India and Uzbekistan were the only teams to record double digits in the goals conceded at the Qatar 2011 Asian Cup.

Both teams conceded 13 goals but for Uzbekistan it was over six matches whereas for India it was in half the number.

Interestingly both teams endured heavy losses against Australia with India losing 4-nil and the Uzbeks 6-nil.

North Korea, Iran and Australia conceded the least number of goals with two goals conceded.

Here is list of the goals conceded per team :


TeamGoals
Korea DPR2
Iran2
Australia2
Iraq3
UAE4
Jordan4
China4
Syria5
Qatar5
Bahrain5
Japan6
Kuwait7
Korea7
Saudi Arabia8
Uzbekistan13
India13

Total Goals Conceded : 90

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Asian Cup round up: Goals scored

Saturday, 12th February 2011 9:47pm
A total of 90 goals were scored in the just ended 2011 Qatar Asian Cup.

UAE and North Korea failed to score a single goal in their three matches whilst winners Japan topped the goal scoring charts with 13 goals.

The table below shows the goals scored per team:


TeamGoals
UAE0
Korea DPR0
Saudi Arabia1
Kuwait1
Iraq3
India3
Syria4
China4
Jordan5
Iran6
Bahrain6
Qatar7
Uzbekistan10
Korea13
Australia13
Japan14

Total Goals Scored : 90

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Baggies settle for Hodgson

Saturday, 12th February 2011 7:59pm
West Bromwich Albion have settled for former Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson to replace Roberto Di Matteo who was sacked earlier in the week.

Hodgson who was Liverpool manager until he was sacked early in the new year now has the job to make the Baggies survive in the Premiership.

Here is the stats for Hodgson's reign at Anfield:

Hodgson's Liverpool
Played20
Points25
Won7
Drawn4
Lost9
Goal difference-3
Clean sheets6
Failed to score5
Goals scored24
Goals conceded27
Ave. goals scored1.2
Ave. goals conceded1.4
Biggest winLiverpool 3 - 0 West Ham
Liverpool 3 - 0 Aston Villa
Biggest lossMan City 3 - 0 Liverpool
Scored 3 or more2
Conceded 3 or more4
Scored 5 or more0
Conceded 5 or more0
Home matches
Played10
Points20
Won6
Drawn2
Lost2
Goal difference9
Goals scored17
Goals conceded8
Ave. goals scored1.7
Ave. goals conceded0.8
Away matches
Played10
Points5
Won1
Drawn2
Lost7
Goal difference-12
Goals scored7
Goals conceded19
Ave. goals scored0.7
Ave. goals conceded1.9

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Victory's winning streak ends in Adelaide

Saturday, 12th February 2011 7:52pm
Melbourne Victory had gone three matches without defeat and without conceding a goal but that ended at Adelaide Oval.

Interestingly before the Adelaie match, Victory had last lost to Adelaide in a 4-1 humiliation at Aami Park.

The defeat means that the Victory will now finish in fifth place in the final table.

Here is some of the stats for Melbourne Victory for the 2010/11 season:


Melb Victory
Final position5
Played30
Points43
Won11
Drawn10
Lost9
Goal difference6
Clean sheets10
Failed to score7
Goals scored45
Goals conceded39
Ave. goals scored1.5
Ave. goals conceded1.3
Biggest winMelb Victory 3 - 0 Brisbane Roar
Melb Victory 3 - 0 Sydney
NQ Fury 0 - 3 Melb Victory
Biggest lossMelb Victory 1 - 4 Adelaide Utd
Scored 3 or more6
Conceded 3 or more4
Scored 5 or more0
Conceded 5 or more0
Home matches
Played15
Points26
Won7
Drawn5
Lost3
Goal difference8
Goals scored26
Goals conceded18
Ave. goals scored1.7
Ave. goals conceded1.2
Away matches
Played15
Points17
Won4
Drawn5
Lost6
Goal difference-2
Goals scored19
Goals conceded21
Ave. goals scored1.3
Ave. goals conceded1.4

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Adelaide secures third place

Saturday, 12th February 2011 6:39pm
Adelaide United secured third place on the final A-League ladder after beating Melbourne Victory 2-1 at the Adelaide Oval.

A goal in each half was enough for the two time grand finalists to beat Victory in two consecutive fixtures.

Adelaide needed a win to make sure that that Gold Coast United would not overtake them.

With the result at Adelaide Oval, all positions have now been decided from first to fifth.

Here is some of the stats for Adelaide United in the 2010/11 season:


Adelaide Utd
Final Position3
Played30
Points50
Won15
Drawn5
Lost10
Goal difference15
Clean sheets9
Failed to score7
Goals scored51
Goals conceded36
Ave. goals scored1.7
Ave. goals conceded1.2
Biggest winAdelaide Utd 8 - 1 NQ Fury
Biggest lossBrisbane Roar 4 - 0 Adelaide Utd
Scored 3 or more6
Conceded 3 or more3
Scored 5 or more1
Conceded 5 or more0
Home matches
Played15
Points31
Won10
Drawn1
Lost4
Goal difference18
Goals scored30
Goals conceded12
Ave. goals scored2.0
Ave. goals conceded0.8
Away matches
Played15
Points19
Won5
Drawn4
Lost6
Goal difference-3
Goals scored21
Goals conceded24
Ave. goals scored1.4
Ave. goals conceded1.6

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Manchester derby: United vs City

Saturday, 12th February 2011 8:37am
The first fixture of the Premier League's round 27 will see league leaders Manchester United fight it out against local rivals Manchester City at Old Trafford.

Here is some of the stats for the two teams so far:



CategoryMan UnitedMan City
Rank13
Played2526
Points5449
Drawn97
Won1514
Lost15
Goal difference3120
Clean sheets1012
Failed to score37
Goals scored5542
Goals conceded2422
Ave. goals scored2.21.6
Ave. goals conceded1.00.8
Biggest winMan United 7 - 1 Blackburn
Man City 4 - 0 Aston Villa
Biggest lossWolves 2 - 1 Man United
Man City 0 - 3 Arsenal
Scored 3 or more88
Conceded 3 or more12
Scored 5 or more20
Conceded 5 or more00
Home matches
Played1313
Points3727
Drawn13
Won128
Lost02
Goal difference2911
Goals scored3721
Goals conceded810
Ave. goals scored2.81.6
Ave. goals conceded0.60.8
Away matches
Played1213
Points1722
Drawn84
Won36
Lost13
Goal difference29
Goals scored1821
Goals conceded1612
Ave. goals scored1.51.6
Ave. goals conceded1.30.9

Recent Matches

SeasonRoundTeamGoalsTeamGoals
2007/8 3Manchester City1Manchester United0
2007/8 26Manchester United1Manchester City2
2008/9 15Manchester City0Manchester United1
2008/9 36Manchester United2Manchester City0
2009/10 6Manchester United4Manchester City3
2009/10 35Manchester City0Manchester United1
2010/11 12Manchester City0Manchester United0

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Glory finishes with heavy loss

Saturday, 12th February 2011 8:34am
Perth Glory finished their 2010/11 season with a heavy loss to the Newcastle Jets.

The Glory lost 4-nil to the Jets to suffer their second heaviest defeat of the season.

The season started so brightly for the Perth side with the team remaining in the top four positions for the first part of the season but then the big slide started and the team now finishes tenth on the ladder.

The Jets win gives them hope to reach the final should the Wellington Phoenix slip against the North Queensland Fury.

Here is some of the starts for the Glory:


Perth Glory
Final Position10
Played30
Points23
Won5
Drawn8
Lost17
Goal difference-27
Clean sheets4
Failed to score14
Goals scored27
Goals conceded54
Ave. goals scored0.9
Ave. goals conceded1.8
Biggest winMelb Victory 0 - 2 Perth Glory
Perth Glory 3 - 1 Melb Victory
Perth Glory 4 - 2 Adelaide Utd
Biggest lossCentral Coast Mariners 5 - 0 Perth Glory
Scored 3 or more3
Conceded 3 or more6
Scored 5 or more0
Conceded 5 or more1
Home matches
Played15
Points16
Won4
Drawn4
Lost7
Goal difference-4
Goals scored18
Goals conceded22
Ave. goals scored1.2
Ave. goals conceded1.5
Away matches
Played15
Points7
Won1
Drawn4
Lost10
Goal difference-23
Goals scored9
Goals conceded32
Ave. goals scored0.6
Ave. goals conceded2.1

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Wolfsburg,McClaren part ways

Tuesday, 8th February 2011 1:21pm
Wolfsburg have parted ways with their manager Steve McLaren after 21 rounds with the club in 12th position.

Wolfsburg has only won five matches this season and are just one point above the relegation zone.

The former Middlesbrough and England took over at Wolfsburg at the start of the season after winning the Dutch League with FC Twente last season.

Here is some of the stats for McLaren's Wolfsburg:


McLaren's Wolfsburg
Played21
Points23
Won5
Drawn8
Lost8
Goal difference-4
Clean sheets5
Failed to score5
Goals scored26
Goals conceded30
Ave. goals scored1.2
Ave. goals conceded1.4
Biggest winWolfsburg 2 - 0 Hannover 96
Hamburg 1 - 3 Wolfsburg
Wolfsburg 2 - 0 Stuttgart
Biggest lossWolfsburg 0 - 3 Dortmund
Scored 3 or more2
Conceded 3 or more4
Scored 5 or more0
Conceded 5 or more0
Home matches
Played10
Points13
Won3
Drawn4
Lost3
Goal difference0
Goals scored16
Goals conceded16
Ave. goals scored1.6
Ave. goals conceded1.6
Away matches
Played11
Points10
Won2
Drawn4
Lost5
Goal difference-4
Goals scored10
Goals conceded14
Ave. goals scored0.9
Ave. goals conceded1.3

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Liverpool complete double over Chelsea

Monday, 7th February 2011 1:24pm
Liverpool complete a double over Chelsea after beating the champions 1-nil at Stamford Bridge.

Following Manchester United's shock loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers and Arsenal's draw with Newcastle, Chelsea were expected to close the gap with a win over Liverpool.

The loss means that Chelsea stay in fourth place and Liverpool rises to sixth.

This is a remarkable rise for a club that was near the relegation places not so long ago.

Wolves shock win over Man Utd ensured they moved from the bottom of the table and have now been replaced by West Ham who lost to Birmingham City.

For the first time this season the "W" teams are now in the bottom four places: West Brom, Wigan, Wolves and Wigan.

Here is a goal margin table showing all the goal margins so far this season:


Goal MarginFrequency
0 74
1 96
2 51
3 20
4 6
5 2
6 5


So winning by one goal is the most popular followed by draws.

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Baggies axe Di Matteo

Monday, 7th February 2011 1:18pm
West Bromwich Albion has sacked its manager Roberto Di Matteo after losing 13 of its last 18 matches in all competitions.

Di Matteo took the reigns at The Hawthorns in June 2009 and managed to help the club achieve promotion in the 2009/10 season.

The season started well for the Baggies with wins at the Emirates but over the last two months or so there have been very little to cheer about.

Here is some of the stats for Di Matteo's Baggies.:


Di Matteo's Baggies
Played25
Points26
Won7
Drawn5
Lost13
Goal difference-17
Clean sheets1
Failed to score9
Goals scored31
Goals conceded48
Ave. goals scored1.2
Ave. goals conceded1.9
Biggest winEverton 1 - 4 W Brom
Biggest lossChelsea 6 - 0 W Brom
Scored 3 or more5
Conceded 3 or more5
Scored 5 or more0
Conceded 5 or more1
Home matches
Played12
Points18
Won5
Drawn3
Lost4
Goal difference-1
Goals scored18
Goals conceded19
Ave. goals scored1.5
Ave. goals conceded1.6
Away matches
Played13
Points8
Won2
Drawn2
Lost9
Goal difference-16
Goals scored13
Goals conceded29
Ave. goals scored1.0
Ave. goals conceded2.2

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Barca sets new winning streak record

Monday, 7th February 2011 1:12pm
Barcelona set a new record for successive league wins in the Spanish Primera division after seeing off Atletico Madrid 3-nil at the Nou Camp.

The win against Atletico was Barca's 16th consecutive win to surpass the record that was set by Real Madrid of 15 successive wins fifty years ago.

There was a shock result in the round as third placed Villarreal lost at home for the first time this season.

Villarreal lost 1-nil to Levante but still managed to hold on to third place and now have a point advantage over Valencia.

Valencia won the last match of the round 2-nil against Hercules.

This week I take a look at La Liga's away table and here it is:


TeamPlayedWonDrawLostForAgainstGDPts
Barcelona 10 10 00 364 3230
Real Madrid 11 6 32 1713 421
Valencia 10 5 23 1311 217
Villarreal 10 4 24 1515 014
Espanyol 12 4 26 1321 -814
Sevilla 10 4 15 1419 -513
Athletic Bilbao 10 3 25 1421 -711
Getafe 10 3 25 1017 -711
Málaga 12 3 27 1526 -1111
Sociedad 12 3 18 1726 -910
Atletico 11 3 17 1221 -910
Almeria 11 2 27 815 -78
Zaragoza 10 1 54 613 -78
Levante 12 2 28 1021 -118
Mallorca 11 2 27 922 -138
Deportivo La Coruña 12 2 28 622 -168
Sporting Gijon 11 1 46 918 -97
R Santander 12 1 38 724 -176
Hercules 12 1 38 321 -186
Osasuna 11 0 29 823 -152


So Osasuna are the only team without an away win so far.

Barcelona hasn't dropped a single point away from Nou Camp.


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Roar secure minor premiership

Monday, 7th February 2011 1:05pm
The Brisbane Roar won its first piece in the A-League following the draw between Melbourne Heart and Central Coast Mariners.

Second placed Mariners were the only team that could mathematically overtake the Roar before the AAMI Park fixture but the one-all scoreline meant that Roar can claim with one round to spare.

Wellington Phoenix shocked Adelaide United with a 1-nil win and they are now in pole position to secure the last finals place.

Heart's goalless draw against Mariners means they are now out of the finals in their debut season but Newcastle Jets still have a mathematical chance.

So here is some of the stats for the minor premiership winners Roar:


Brisbane Roar
Played28
Points59
Won16
Drawn11
Lost1
Goal difference27
Clean sheets11
Failed to score3
Goals scored52
Goals conceded25
Ave. goals scored1.9
Ave. goals conceded0.9
Biggest winBrisbane Roar 4 - 0 Melb Heart
Brisbane Roar 4 - 0 Adelaide Utd
Central Coast Mariners 1 - 5 Brisbane Roar
Biggest lossMelb Victory 3 - 0 Brisbane Roar
Scored 3 or more7
Conceded 3 or more3
Scored 5 or more1
Conceded 5 or more0
Home matches
Played14
Points32
Won9
Drawn5
Lost0
Goal difference17
Goals scored27
Goals conceded10
Ave. goals scored1.9
Ave. goals conceded0.7
Away matches
Played14
Points27
Won7
Drawn6
Lost1
Goal difference10
Goals scored25
Goals conceded15
Ave. goals scored1.8
Ave. goals conceded1.1

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