11 key stats ahead of Westfield W-League Round 11

Perth Glory's clash with Sydney FC and a Melbourne Derby headline what promises to be a thrilling weekend of Westfield W-League action.

All four fixtures will be crucial to determining the composition of the Finals Series as the competition nears an exciting conclusion.

Check out some of the key facts and figures ahead of Round 11.

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  • The last eight matches between Perth and Sydney have featured 33 goals at an average of just over four per game.
  • Western Sydney beat Canberra United 1-0 in their most recent meeting in January 2017, having taken only a single point from their previous five fixtures.
  • Melbourne City have taken 30 more shots than any other team, but their shooting accuracy (37.5%) is the worst in the competition.
  • Excluding penalties, Brisbane Roar have scored two more goals (six) than the second-most prolific team from set pieces (Newcastle Jets).
  • Conversely, Adelaide United have conceded a league-worst five goals from set pieces (excluding penalties).
  • Brisbane's title tilt has been built on a stable defence, with the table-toppers keeping five clean sheets in their nine games.
  • Eighth-placed Wanderers have conceded the second fewest goals (11), but are yet to keep a clean sheet.
  • Although they sit second, Newcastle's passing accuracy of 64.8% is the lowest of any team.
  • Glory have scored eight goals in the final 15 minutes of matches, twice as many as any other team.
  • In addition to supplying the most assists (four), Kyah Simon has created the most chances in the Westfield W-League with 36 - an impressive 13 more than next-nearest Rachel Hill.
  • Glory's Melissa Maizels has tallied the most 'big chances saved' with nine, while Canberra's Haley Kopmeyer is second on seven.
Natasha Dowie and Kyah Simon
Kyah Simon (City) has created the most chances in the W-League.