Week 2 Stats and Facts

LordJord

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After the pretty positive feedback from week 1, below are a mixture of figures from the second week of league 2. Anything you would like to see or curious about let me know and I will try and dig it out. First post will be a few bits and bobs around team performance. Individual player performance will follow later today.

I appreciate its in a basic format but I am not great at making it fancy, it will get better as the season progresses im sure!

In terms of goal threat Crawley were the big winners in week 1 with an expected goals figure of 3.53. The worst performers were both Bradford and Salford, both with an XG of only 0.43.

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Looking at who are the pass masters, Plymbury topped the passes attempted in week 2 with 476, 77 higher than any other team this week. Impressively they were also the most accurate. Macclesfield attempted the least and Salford were the least accurate in week 2.

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Below we have a breakdown of which teams are proving to get more shots away compared to the amount they have faced. This is a total from both weeks fixtures combined. Whilst not a full proof way of measuring teams results, it still gives some interesting information.

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Really interesting seeing these kind of stats. I think we'll get a better picture after 5-10 games overall. Good work keep it up.
 

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In terms of player performance, Lubala of Crawley had the highest XG number of the week at 1.6.

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Harry Smith attempted the most aerial battles with 26 (Cobblers liquid football), Happe of Orient had the best success rate of the 15 players involved in the most battles.

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Michael Doughty attempted the most passes last weekend with 60 himself, Scott Wootton and Jordan Lyden had the best completion rate of those attempting the most.

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It looks like Plymouth and us are passing teams..... be interesting to see if you can find out the long ball teams ....
Great work .... fascinating
 

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