13th August 1:55pm (GMT-5)

Melbourne City - Sydney 01.08.2020

Melbourne City FC have received 3 red cards this season. This is the highest number in A-League.

Melbourne City FC is undefeated this season when playing at home and taking the lead 1-0.

If Scott Jamieson receives a yellow card in today's match, he will be suspended after collecting 8 yellow cards so far this season.

Sydney FC's away record this season: 7-2-1.

Jamie MacLaren is Melbourne City FC's top scorer with 18 goals. Adam Le Fondre has scored 18 times for Sydney FC.

Scott Jamieson has more yellow cards (7) than any other player at Melbourne City FC. Luke Brattan has collected 7 for Sydney FC.

The most common result of matches between Melbourne City FC and Sydney FC when Melbourne City FC is playing at home is 2-2. 3 matches have ended with this result.

The most common result of matches between Melbourne City FC and Sydney FC is 1-1. 5 matches have ended with this result.

Melbourne City FC wins 1st half in 48% of their matches, Sydney FC in 48% of their matches.

Melbourne City FC wins 48% of halftimes, Sydney FC wins 48%.

Both teams lost their last match.

Both teams haven't won their last match in A-League.

Melbourne City FC's performance of the last 5 matches is better than Sydney FC's.

In A-League, Melbourne City FC has better performance than Sydney FC.

Sydney FC have lost just 1 of their last 5 A-League games against Melbourne City FC.

Melbourne City FC have won just 1 of their last 5 A-League games against Sydney FC.

Sydney FC have lost just 1 of their last 5 games against Melbourne City FC (in all competitions).

In the last 5 meetings Melbourne City FC won 1, Sydney FC won 4, 0 draws.

The winner of their last meeting was Sydney FC.

On their last meeting Sydney FC won by 1 goals.

Melbourne City FC scores 0.6 goals in a match against Sydney FC and Sydney FC scores 2.2 goals against Melbourne City FC (on average).

Melbourne City FC scores 1.75 goals when playing at home and Sydney FC scores 2.09 goals when playing away (on average).

Average number of goals in meetings between Melbourne City FC and Sydney FC is 2.8.

When Melbourne City FC leads 1-0 at home, they win in 100% of their matches.

When Sydney FC leads 0-1 away, they win in 75% of their matches.

When Melbourne City FC is down 0-1 home, they win 25% of their matches.

When Sydney FC is down 1-0 away, they win 33% of their matches.

Average number of goals in the first half in meetings between Melbourne City FC and Sydney FC is 1.2.

Did you know that Melbourne City FC scores 26% of their goals between the minutes 16-30? This is the highest percentage in the league.

The most common end-result when Melbourne City FC leads 1-0 at home this season is 2-1.

This was Craig Noone's 5th goal for the season.

Melbourne City FC have scored at least one goal for 5 consecutive matches.

Did you know that Melbourne City FC scores 7% of their goals between the minutes 76-90? This is the lowest percentage in the league.

During the last 16 meetings with Melbourne City FC playing at home, Melbourne City FC have won 4 times, there have been 6 draws while Sydney FC have won 6 times. The goal difference is 25-19 in favour of Sydney FC.

If Craig Noone scores against Sydney FC it will be his 5th goal for Melbourne City FC this season.

Melbourne City FC haven't scored in 2 of their 11 home matches in A-League this season.

Sydney FC haven't scored in 1 of their 10 away matches in A-League this season.

During the last 31 meetings, Melbourne City FC have won 8 times, there have been 10 draws while Sydney FC have won 13 times. The goal difference is 44-34 in favour of Sydney FC.

Did you know that Sydney FC scores 26% of their goals between the minutes 76-90?

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