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A look at how Pochettino’s Spurs have changed this season through statistics

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This season it feels like Mauricio Pochettino has finally got his Tottenham side playing the way he wants them to. There’s been a definite progression from last year. But do Spurs’ underlying numbers support this assertion?
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Premier League pass completion statistics – Manchester United, Manchester City top

I recently took a more maths based look at pass completion percentages and how useful they are in my stats blog. If you’re interested see here. While they don’t seem a very good indicator of success, they do provide a useful idea of a team’s style. Continue reading

Premier League Stats – Aggression vs Possession

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Yesterday, I investigated Premier League shot ratios to get an idea of how each side has performed so far this season.

Next, I want to take a closer look at differences between styles of play. Below I have plotted a graph of Continue reading

Premier League statistics – team Shot Ratios compared

Premier League Predictions

 

It’s FA Cup week and there’s no Premier League, so I thought I’d take a statistical look at how the season’s taking shape. This is the first of two articles, in the second I will be trying to categorise teams’ style of play based on some basic metrics.

Let’s see how the statistics suggest each of the 20 teams is performing and how Continue reading