Mariners vs. Glory | Stats & Squads

SQUAD news and data ahead of Sunday's round 2 meeting between Central Coast Mariners and Perth Glory.

John Hutchinson & Josh Risdon get up close and personal

Central Coast Mariners vs. Perth Glory Sunday 14 October, 2012 - Kick-off 5:00pm (local) Bluetongue Central Coast Stadium Tickets: Please CLICK HERE to purchase tickets to the match. Twitter: Join the match conversation on Twitter. The official match hashtag is #CCMvPG

Referee: Jarred Gillett Assistant Ref 1: Rod Allen Assistant Ref 2: Ryan Gallagher 4th Official: Stephen Lucas

Television: Live and exclusive broadcast on FOX Sports 1HD and Sky Sport 3 (Delayed coverage 11:30pm NZ) Radio broadcast: ABC Local Radio WA, 92.5 ABC Central Coast, Grandstand Digital Perth; Coast FM 96.3FM

Central Coast Mariners squad: 1. Mathew Ryan (Gk), 2. Daniel McBreen, 3. Josh Rose, 4. Pedj Bojic, 5. Zac Anderson, 6. Patrick Zwaanswijk, 7. John Hutchinson (c), 8. Adriano Pellegrino, 9. Bernie Ibini, 10. Tomas Rogic, 12. Troy Hearfield, 13. Brent Griffiths, 15. Brad McDonald, 16. Trent Sainsbury, 18. Nick Montgomery, 19. Mitchell Duke, 20. Justin Pasfield (Gk), 21. Mile Sterjovski *three to be omitted*

In: 2. Daniel McBreen, 12. Troy Hearfield, 13. Brent Griffiths, 15. Brad McDonald (all promoted)

Out: 14. Michael McGlinchey (international duty)

Unavailable: 11. Oliver Bozanic (Knee - 1 week), 17. Anthony Caceres (Elbow - 2 weeks), 22. James Oates (Ankle - 2 months), 23. Adam Kwasnik (Calf - 1 week)

Perth Glory squad: 1.Danny Vukovic (Gk), 3.Bas van den Brink, 4.Billy Mehmet, 5.Steve Pantelidis, 6.Nick Ward, 7.Jacob Burns (c), 8.Dean Heffernan, 10.Liam Miller, 11.Adrian Zahra, 12.Ryo Nagai, 13.Travis Dodd, 14.Steven McGarry, 15.Brandon O-Neill, 18.Jesse Makarounas, 19.Josh Risdon, 21.Scott Jamieson, 22.Ndumba Makeche, 23.Michael Thwaite, 39.Devon Spence (Gk) *four to be omitted*

In: 11.Adrian Zahra, 12.Ryo Nagai, 15.Bradon O-Neill, 18.Jesse Makarounas, 22.Ndumba Makeche

Out: 9.Shane Smeltz (international duty)

Unavailable: 9.Shane Smeltz, 16.Evan Berger (Hamstring - 7 weeks)

Statistics by Sports Data

Overall Head-To-Head Record Played 22; Central Coast Mariners FC 13, Perth Glory FC 3, Drawn 6

Head-To-Head at this venue Played 10; Central Coast Mariners FC 8, Perth Glory FC 0, Drawn 2

Record Crowd These Two Clubs: 15,546 At Bluetongue Stadium, 31 Dec 2008, Central Coast Mariners FC won 1-0

Last 5 Matches Head-to-Head 1-1, Bluetongue Stadium, 14 Apr 2012 Perth Glory FC 1-0, nib Stadium, 11 Mar 2012 Central Coast Mariners FC 3-1, nib Stadium, 23 Dec 2011 Central Coast Mariners FC 2-1, Bluetongue Stadium, 29 Oct 2011 Central Coast Mariners FC 2-1 nib Stadium, 19 Jan 2011

Biggest Head-To-Head Wins Central Coast Mariners FC 5-0, Bluetongue Stadium, 30 Oct 2010 Perth Glory FC 2-0, nib Stadium, 03 Sep 2006

Total Goals Head-To-Head Central Coast Mariners FC 36, Perth Glory FC 19

Total Cards Head-To-Head (Yellow-Red) Central Coast Mariners FC (33-2), Perth Glory FC (40-3)

Top Goal Scorers Head to Head: Matt Simon (Central Coast Mariners FC) 5 Nikita Rukavytsya (Perth Glory FC) 4

Most Yellow Cards Head to Head: Jamie Harnwell (Perth Glory FC) 4 Pedj Bojic (Central Coast Mariners FC) 3

• John Hutchinson will play his 150th Hyundai A-League match for the Mariners this weekend • Central Coast will play in pink kits in support of Pink Ribbon Day • These teams met in last seasons grand final qualifier, with the Glory edging the Mariners on penalties • The Glory have only beaten the Mariners three times in club history and have never beaten them outright at Bluetongue • Perth have not won in any of their last three away fixtures

Central Coast Mariners vs. Perth Glory Sunday 14 October, 2012 - Kick-off 5:00pm (local) Bluetongue Central Coast Stadium Tickets: Please CLICK HERE to purchase tickets to the match. Twitter: Join the match conversation on Twitter. The official match hashtag is #CCMvPG