A new A-League record could be set when Perth Glory and Sydney FC meet in the A-League Grand Final for the first time.
Perth are appearing in their second grand final in the A-League era, their first was a 2-1 defeat to the Roar in Brisbane in 2012, while the last time Perth hosted a grand final was in the old NSL in 2003.
The Premiers’ Plate champions carry plenty of momentum into the A-League decider following their pulsating 3-3 (5-4) win over Adelaide United on penalties.
Playmaker nabbed a brace, added a third in extra time while gloveman enjoyed a penalty shootout of a lifetime saving four and scoring his own spot kick as well.
After putting six past the Melbourne Victory in a one-sided , Sydney FC are riding a wave of momentum.
collected a brace including a penalty, while and all scored one goal apiece.
The love playing the Glory and have won 10 of their last 11 A-League fixtures against the Glory including a 3-0 victory in their previous finals clash in 2016/17.