Western United have shown this season that they aren’t daunted by a challenge.
The Green and Black have recorded the most points in the competition after trailing.
United turned a 2-0 deficit against Melbourne Victory in round 4 into a remarkable 3-2 win.
The following week saw United defeat the Wanderers 2-1 after trailing in the fifth minute.
Most recently, Mark Rudan’s side overturned a 1-0 deficit against the Victory. Three first-half goals were enough to secure a 3-1 win.
Here are three key stats ahead of Western United’s round 11 trip to Western Sydney:
Western United FC has won nine competition points from losing positions this A-League season, three more than any other team in the competition.
Alessandro Diamanti (Western United FC) has played 112 passes into the box this A-League season (inc. crosses), more than any other player in the competition.
Western United FC has won their last two A-League games on the spin; they have never previously won more in succession in the competition.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Western United’s next home game is against Wellington Phoenix in Ballarat on December 28 at Mars Stadium. Kick-off is 5:00 pm.
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