Take a look at some of the key statistics and records as we prepare to face Newcastle Jets on Sunday afternoon at McDonald Jones Stadium.
Brisbane Roar at McDonald Jones Stadium
- Brisbane Roar are undefeated in their last three trips to Newcastle
- The Roar have a great record at McDonald Jones Stadium with nine wins, six draws and two defeats at the venue with a goal difference of +1
- Brisbane hold the record for the largest margin of victory between the two sides, winning 5-0 in January 2006 as well as 4-0 in November 2014. Both matches were played at McDonald Jones Stadium
- Seven of the Roar's last eight away goals have been scored before half time.
- In the 33 times the sides have met, Brisbane lead the ledger with 13 wins
- The Roar have not lost in their last six meetings at any venue against the Jets
- Both sides enter the clash with one competition point and both teams drew their opening matches.
- A 2-1 Brisbane Roar win or 1-0 Newcastle Jets win is the most common scoreline between the two clubs
- The Roar have scored two or more goals against Newcastle on 12 occasions and have kept seven clean sheet
- Jamie Maclaren scored in two separate appearances against the Jets in the 2015/16 season
- Despite coming on as a substitute against Melbourne Victory, Tommy Oar ranks third in the league for crosses
- Corey Brown's ability to get forward and become dangerous in attack sees him lead the Roar squad in passes in the opposition's half
- Despite primarily playing as an attacker, Brandon Borrello's ability to assist in defence sees him ranked fourth in the league for attempted tackles with a 100% success rate.
- Luke DeVere had an incredible return to the Hyundai A-League with that late goal. He also leads the Roar squad in terms of passes (84.3% accuracy) and clearances
- Jacob Pepper won 100% of the duels he was involved in against the Victory