Brisbane Roar will play against Perth Glory in their next A-League match on Friday.
have been goalless in their last three A-League matches. They were held to a 0-0 draw in their Sunday match againstNewcastle Jets
and are currently in second place on the league table with 14 points. The Roar have a chance to end their goal drought in their Friday match againstPerth Glory
, but they must go into battle without the service of their veteran strikerScott McDonald
. Ahead of his team's match against the Glory,
says he’s not worried about their goal drought as the players have been displaying decent attacking performances.
"Obviously we'd like to score, and we haven't scored in three. But we're still creating the same amount of chances per match and we're in the areas where we can score,"
"As long as we're doing that, I'm happy. I'm not looking at the fact that we haven't scored as an issue. It's more an issue when we're not getting anywhere near the goal and creating chances."