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Can Central Coast Mariners beat Macarthur in Central Coast Stadium clash?

A-League: Central Coast Mariners welcome Macarthur in what should be an entertaining football match. Here's all the pre-match info you need!

Insights:
  • Central Coast Mariners have the most points from losing position (15) in A-League
  • Macarthur have the most points (23) away in A-League
Best bookmaker betting odds:

This should be an interesting game with lots of spark and energy as both teams are well rested since they last saw competitive action. Game on!

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Central Coast Mariners form and stats

Central Coast Mariners have played 13 A-League games at their own stadium so far this season, resulting in 6-3-4 (wins-draws-losses).

A nice win for Mariners last time playing, versus Western United. That was also a home game and the match ended 2-0 with Jack Clisby and Marco Ureña scoring for the victors. Defender Jack Clisby got the top score of the team in the match with a rating of 8.11/10. Clisby scored one goal and won 0 of 3 duels.

Preceding that match was a defeat to Newcastle Jets (0-2).

Central Coast Mariners are certainly not overdoing their scoring at home in league matches, having created 19 goals in 13 games. It's been trouble in front of goal recently, as only 2 of these goals has been scored in their last three home matches. Mariners have conceded 19 in these home matches.

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Macarthur form and stats

7-2-4 is the win-draw-loss statistic for Macarthur, who have the most points (23) away in A-League, in their A-League matches away.

Macarthur failed to get anything from their last game, a A-League home match vs Wellington Phoenix that ended with defeat 0-3. Goalkeeper Adam Federici got the top player rating of the team with 8.31/10. Federici saved a penalty and stopped the opponent with eight saves. It's a bit worrying for Macarthur that their goalkeeper Adam Federici made eight saves in the Wellington Phoenix game last time out, but still couldn't prevent the loss.

Before that one, a nice away victory 2-1 at Western United.

Macarthur find the net regularly in their away games. 14 goals from 13 away fixtures in the league. Macarthur have conceded 16 goals in these away matches.

Head 2 Head

The teams have played each other before this season, with the result Macarthur - Mariners 1-2 entered in the official records. Head-to-head totals (for the last three meetings): Mariners won three games, zero matches ended with a draw and Macarthur has zero wins. Over 2,5 goals / under 2,5 goals: one / two

Top Goalscorers

MacarthurM. Derbyshire
M. Derbyshire
14 goals
Central Coast MarinersM. Simon
M. Simon
10 goals
MarinersA. Kuol
A. Kuol
7 goals

Central Coast Mariners missing players

Macarthur missing players

Competition: Australia A-League
Competition: Sat 12.June
Match begins: 09:05 (UTC)
Venue: Central Coast Stadium (20119 seats)
  Total Home Away  
# Team MP W D L F A MP W D L F A MP W D L F A +/- P
1 Melbourne City 25 15 4 6 56 30 12 10 1 1 35 13 13 5 3 5 21 17 26 49
2 Sydney 26 13 8 5 39 23 13 7 4 2 15 9 13 6 4 3 24 14 16 47
3 Central Coast Mariners 26 12 6 8 35 31 13 6 3 4 19 19 13 6 3 4 16 12 4 42
4 Brisbane Roar 26 11 7 8 36 28 13 5 5 3 17 12 13 6 2 5 19 16 8 40
5 Adelaide United 26 11 6 9 39 41 13 7 4 2 18 13 13 4 2 7 21 28 -2 39
6 Macarthur 26 11 6 9 33 36 13 4 4 5 19 20 13 7 2 4 14 16 -3 39
7 Wellington Phoenix 26 10 8 8 44 34 13 5 3 5 24 19 13 5 5 3 20 15 10 38
8 Western Sydney Wanderers 26 9 8 9 45 43 13 6 2 5 26 18 13 3 6 4 19 25 2 35
9 Perth Glory 26 9 7 10 44 44 13 7 3 3 27 18 13 2 4 7 17 26 0 34
10 Western United 26 8 4 14 30 47 13 6 3 4 18 17 13 2 1 10 12 30 -17 28
11 Melbourne Victory 26 5 4 17 31 60 13 3 2 8 17 30 13 2 2 9 14 30 -29 19
12 Newcastle Jets 25 4 6 15 22 37 13 1 3 9 10 21 12 3 3 6 12 16 -15 18

  Total Home Away  
# Team MP W D L F A MP W D L F A MP W D L F A +/- P
1 Melbourne City 25 15 4 6 56 30 12 10 1 1 35 13 13 5 3 5 21 17 26 49
2 Sydney 26 13 8 5 39 23 13 7 4 2 15 9 13 6 4 3 24 14 16 47
3 Central Coast Mariners 26 12 6 8 35 31 13 6 3 4 19 19 13 6 3 4 16 12 4 42
4 Brisbane Roar 26 11 7 8 36 28 13 5 5 3 17 12 13 6 2 5 19 16 8 40
5 Adelaide United 26 11 6 9 39 41 13 7 4 2 18 13 13 4 2 7 21 28 -2 39
6 Macarthur 26 11 6 9 33 36 13 4 4 5 19 20 13 7 2 4 14 16 -3 39
7 Wellington Phoenix 26 10 8 8 44 34 13 5 3 5 24 19 13 5 5 3 20 15 10 38
8 Western Sydney Wanderers 26 9 8 9 45 43 13 6 2 5 26 18 13 3 6 4 19 25 2 35
9 Perth Glory 26 9 7 10 44 44 13 7 3 3 27 18 13 2 4 7 17 26 0 34
10 Western United 26 8 4 14 30 47 13 6 3 4 18 17 13 2 1 10 12 30 -17 28
11 Melbourne Victory 26 5 4 17 31 60 13 3 2 8 17 30 13 2 2 9 14 30 -29 19
12 Newcastle Jets 25 4 6 15 22 37 13 1 3 9 10 21 12 3 3 6 12 16 -15 18

Central Coast Mariners Macarthur
Total Home vs mid Statistics Stat vs top Away Total
26 13 3 Played P 3 13 26
12 6 1 Won W 2 7 11
6 3 0 Drew D 0 2 6
8 4 2 Lost L 1 4 9
35 19 3 Scored S 3 14 33
31 19 4 Conceded C 3 16 36
96% 100% 100% Over 0.5 O 0.5 100% 92% 96%
77% 85% 67% Over 1.5 O 1.5 67% 69% 85%
42% 54% 67% Over 2.5 O 2.5 33% 46% 58%
27% 38% 0% Over 3.5 O 3.5 0% 15% 23%
12% 15% 0% Over 4.5 O 4.5 0% 8% 4%
46% 54% 67% BTTS BTTS 0% 46% 54%
31% 23% 0% Clean Sheets C S 67% 38% 27%
27% 23% 33% Failed to Score F T 33% 23% 23%
 
5 5.7 7.3 Corners for (avg) C F 5.7 5.5 5.7
4.9 4.2 3 Corners against (avg) C A 5 5.6 5.3
1.7 1.4 1.3 Yellow cards (avg) Y C 1.3 2.5 2.1
2 1 0 Red cards R C 0 0 2
 
12.8 13.2 17.7 Shots (avg) S ( 12.3 12.8 13.5
4.7 4.8 5 Shots on Target (avg) S O 3 4.4 4.4
29% 31% 20% Goal Efficiency G E 33% 25% 29%
Key stats in A-League this season:
  • Central Coast Mariners have played more matches over 2,5 goals home than away.
  • Central Coast Mariners have the most points from losing position (15) in A-League
  • Central Coast Mariners haven’t played a single 0-0 game at home.
  • Macarthur have the most points (23) away in A-League

Bookie Central Coast Mariners Draw Macarthur

Read more about A-League

The A-League is the top level of the Australian football league system. Seasons run from October to May. Ten teams play a regular season of 27 fixtures to create a league table winner and the highest placed teams qualify for a playoff. The league winner is called the “premier” while the playoff winner is the “champion”. There is no set system for relegation, unlike most leagues in the world.