We’re three games into the Premier League campaign and it’s still far too early to make any confident predictions but what interesting statistics have emerged so far?
New boys, Huddersfield lead the tackle count with 69. It looks like David Wagner has continued with the aggressive pressing style that served him so well in the Championship. In second place is another fan of the Gegenpress, Jurgen Klopp, whose Liverpool side sit on 63. Continue reading
Another interesting week in the Premier League saw a rather strange performance from Burnley at West Brom. Sean Dyche’s side managed a very impressive total of 20 shots, but what was more impressive was that not one of those 20 were on target.
Opposition manager Tony Pulis, whose players recorded a measly 32% possession, continues his habit of pulling off statistically unlikely victories. Continue reading
With just four games remaining, it looks like this year’s Premier League is a two horse race. Tottenham and Leicester have surprised everyone this year but who will take the final prize? Continue reading
As the Premier League season builds to a climax, Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham side are peaking at just the right time. It’s hard to remember two more impressive performances than the clinical way in which we dispatched Manchester United and Stoke City – two teams who certainly had the potential to derail our title push. Continue reading
What an enthralling roller-coaster of a game. What a crazy seven minutes from 1-0 down to 2-1 and a man up. What a 14 minutes of heaven until Sanchez brought us back down to earth. Continue reading
I don’t think it would be going too far to say this was the most impressive Spurs performance at Arsenal in recent times. 75 minutes of high intensity Pochettino football. It almost looked like the hosts had mistakenly taken the field against Bayern again, granted minus the clinical finishing. Continue reading
I’ve just been watching Bournemouth versus Newcastle and, not for the first time, I’ve found myself getting more and more irritated by Robbie Savage’s commentary. Continue reading