La Liga…. Thru Week 6; Establishing a stronger position or early signs of fading away?

Being mid-table - a glass half-full - or a glass half-empty? Still just six weeks in, but there are trends that can be offered with six games, so for this week's focus I'll look in on Rayo Vallecano, Almeria (who I looked at in Week 3 also), and Granada. Respectively those teams are 9th, 10th,... Continue Reading →

Hurried Passes – Could this be a new statistic in Soccer?

Aye... the NFL track 'hurried throws' -  why doesn't a Statistics agency involved in Soccer track "Hurried Passes"? I'll get to that but first I need to set some conditions. If you've read my article on Expected Wins 2  (XpW) it seems reasonable that a teams' Passing Accuracy in the Final Third has great value... Continue Reading →

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