Football statistics/general analysis/philosophicable pontification thread


#183

No Walcott No Credibility


#184

Over 50 npgs only.

I saw the guy mentioned Mbappe would be double Griezmann if included, unlikely he maintains that.


#185

50 npg in 3 seasons is A LOT. Like to see it reduced to 30.

Would be interesting to see Ramsey’s numbers :see_no_evil:


#186


#187

It’s only 3 games but we’ve carried on from where we left off last season.

In the last third of the season, our defense ranked 15th for expected goals against, and during the run with the back three, it ranked 18th.


#188

Sterling’s underrated AF.


#189

Which website do you get this table from?


#190

https://understat.com/league/EPL/2017


#191

https://twitter.com/ThatGooner/status/905544235545448451
https://twitter.com/ThatGooner/status/905561365397561344


#192

#193

This is cool


#194

http://statsbomb.com/2017/09/under-pressure/


#195

All I can see from that pressure map is that our statistics look like the French flag.


#196

Would appear global warming is affecting Man City, Liverpool, and Spurs the most… Sunderland appears to be edging into an ice age…


#197




#198

I’m not sure if it proves that tbh. On average those sides got 1.7 points per game in those 10 seasons. That still equals 5 wins out of 10 games.


#199

Here’s a stat -
Win as many games as possible.


#200

Finally, Burgundy posts one of his stats and I actually understand it :sunglasses::muscle:


#201

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DK6giwFWAAYxgB3.jpg


#202