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Statistical Analysis: Liverpool’s Dominance Over Newcastle Liverpool’s Offensive Mastery Liverpool’s 4-2 win against Newcastle wasn’t just a victory; it was a statistical marvel. The game, initially at a stalemate, shifted dramatically in Liverpool’s favour with Mohamed Salah’s brace, despite a missed penalty. Exceptional XG and Penalty Box Control Record-Breaking XG: Liverpool achieved a non-penalty XG […]

Liverpool’s Rainy Night Victory: The Reds Claim the Top Spot The Reds are top of the league…oh…The Reds are top of the league. On a rainy night, delivering everything and showcasing all the good and bad points of this Liverpool 2.0 side, The Reds produced their best attacking display of the season. Eddie Howe, Gary […]

Dissecting the Relationship Between xT and Expected Goals Football analytics has significantly evolved over the past decade, bringing to the forefront a plethora of metrics designed to provide a deeper understanding of a team’s performance. Among these, Expected Goals (xG) and Expected Threat (xT) have emerged as two of the most insightful metrics. A recent […]

Liverpool missed an opportunity to go three points clear at the top of the Premier League ahead of Chelsea vs Spurs after Brighton pegged them back with a stoppage-time penalty. It was another dispiriting afternoon for the Reds, with two disallowed goals and an injury to James Milner adding to their misery. Here are the […]

Big chances are a crucial part of any Premier League team’s season. They help to differentiate the quality of a team. It expands nicely on the basic idea of xG that not all shots are equal. Bobby Firmino’s tap-in from a yard against Spurs was a better quality chance than when Denis Odoi shot from […]

Looking back, it’s really interesting to see where Liverpool are now compared to where they were at the same point in the previous season. So I thought it would be interesting to look at the side that started the opening eight games of last year, and compare and contrast where they are compared to this […]

I must confess that I was amongst those potentially frustrated when Liverpool decided not to spend big money on a left-back last summer, instead plumping for Hull’s Andy Robertson. However, once I did some digging on Robbo, as I have several friends who support Hull, the overwhelming response was that it was a very positive […]

If you haven’t got the memo yet, Liverpool won’t be conceding any goals this season thanks to Virgil simply swearing at anybody who lets the ball come into the box and Alisson dealing with whatever small amount that Virgil’s swearing fails to deter. "Stop fucking our aunty!" https://t.co/uiFFLGADMd — Stephen Drennan (@babuyagu) August 12, 2018 […]

With an epic two-legged quarter-final looming against Manchester City, I took a look at the way both teams attack. The Champions League tie promises to be one of those contests for the ages. Two brave, attacking teams locking horns; this could be another legendary European contest that, we as fans, will be talking about for […]

Liverpool moved back to second, at least for 48 hours, by comfortably beating Newcastle 2-0 at Anfield. But what were the key stats from the game? Defensive Solidity Re-Emerging Liverpool have recently increasingly defended well in patches, but this seems to be a patch that is working for the club. One goal conceded in their […]

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