This is the first meeting between the sides this season, with the hosts holding on for a 1-0 win in their most recent meeting back in July 2020.
Perth Glory grabbed their fourth win of the year and a third on the trot on Friday when they cruised to a comfortable home victory over Brisbane Roar.
Richard Garcia's men are sixth in the A-League table, but they have three games in hand over most of their rivals and could surge to the summit of the Australian top flight should they grab all nine points.
The Western Australia outfit currently boast the deadliest attack this term, having scored 18 goals in six matches for an average of three goals per game.
However, they have struggled to replicate this standard at the defensive end of the pitch, as they have shipped 13 goals already this term.
The visitors slumped to a 3-2 defeat away at the Coopers Stadium in their last outing when they met a resilient Adelaide United.
This was just their third loss of the season and it ended their run of three straight wins and cut their lead at the top of the table to one point after second-placed Macarthur claimed a 1-0 win over Sydney FC.
The Mariners will travel to HBF Park on Tuesday with an impressive away record so far, having picked up nine points from a possible 12 on the road.
Their defensive solidity, at least in comparison to other teams, has been a huge factor in their rise to the top of the A-League table, as they have conceded the second-fewest goals so far with 10.
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Perth Glory defender Osama Malik is once again on the sidelines through injury, after featuring in just 11 matches last season due to a hamstring injury.
This time, the 30-year-old is out with a dislocated shoulder he suffered in a friendly match in January.
Chris Ikonomidis is also on Glory's injury list after he was declared to have suffered an ankle problem.
Besides that, Garcia has a full squad to pick from, and we could see Bruno Fornaroli and Diego Castro lead the attack for the second-straight game this season.
The visitors have a clean bill of health and Kye Rowles will be available to feature after his red card against Adelaide United was reversed.
Perth Glory possible starting lineup:
Reddy; Ingham, Lachman, Aspropotamitis, Walsh; Hughes, Kilkenny, Stynes, D'Agostino; Castro, Fornaroli
Central Coast Mariners possible starting lineup:
Birighitti; Clisby, Rowles, Tongyik, Nigro; Bouman, Stensness, Bozanic, De Silva; Kuol, Urena
We say: Perth Glory 1-1 Central Coast Mariners
With three wins and two draws each, both teams have been decent over the last month. They are balanced at both ends of the pitch and although the visitors are yet to draw a game this season, we predict a close contest with a share of the spoils.