Category Archives: Expected goals

Scatter graphics: National League, 2015/16 season

Now that the “regular season” is over in the National League, here are the final set of scatter graphics. These compare the attacking and defensive performance of each club: they are explained here if you haven’t seen them before and the previous instalment is here. Shot dominance First of all, here is how the number of shots taken by each club compares with

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Scatter graphics: Premier League, 21 Mar 2016

Ahead of the Easter weekend I thought it was a good time to update the scatter graphics for the Premier League, which compare the attacking and defensive performance of each club. These are explained here if you haven’t seen them before. Shot dominance First of all, here is how the number of shots taken by each club compares with those they face in

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Scatter graphics: Championship, 21 Mar 2016

Ahead of the Easter weekend I thought it was a good time to update the scatter graphics for the Championship, which compare the attacking and defensive performance of each club. These are explained here if you haven’t seen them before. Shot dominance First of all, here is how the number of shots taken by each club compares with those they face in

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Scatter graphics: National League, 21 Mar 2016

Ahead of the Easter weekend I thought it was a good time to update the scatter graphics for the National League, which compare the attacking and defensive performance of each club. These are explained here if you haven’t seen them before and the previous instalment is here. Shot dominance First of all, here is how the number of shots taken by each club

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Scatter graphics: National League, 2 Mar 2016

Here are updated scatter graphics for the National League, which compare the attacking and defensive performance of each club. These are explained here if you haven’t seen them before and the previous instalment is here. Shot dominance First of all, here is how the number of shots taken by each club compares with those they face in return. The average number of

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