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1 hour ago, HirstWhoScoredIt said:

What's the name of that site that uses stats to rate every player every match throughout the season?

There are loads. Soccerway/Soccerbase/Opta/WhoScores the list goes on...

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Could someone do a Bar chart, I understand them.:wacko:

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Interesting stuff

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Here is Norwich's passing map for the Blackburn game. Play mainly through Tettey/Hoolahan with a big focus down the left side.

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The player to watch out for tomorrow night is Piero Mingoia. Scored on his debut for Cambridge. The 24 year old winger played in every league game for Accrington Stanley last season scoring 3 goals and getting 5 assists.

 

Cambridge played a 4-5-1 formation in their 1-1 draw at home to Barnet on Saturday. Blair Adams drilled a low cross into the box from the left and Mingoia finished it. 

They had 11 shots in the match but only 2 were on target. 

 

The main man: Luke Berry. The central midfielder is vastly experienced despite being only 24 years old. He scored an impressive 12 goals in 46 games in league 2 last season. Part of the reason for this is that he is a set piece specialist. If he starts we should be careful not to give any free kicks away around the edge of the box. This man will bury them.

 

 

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8 hours ago, joelswfc said:

There are loads. Soccerway/Soccerbase/Opta/WhoScores the list goes on...

I prefer www.wheredoesjoelgoforstats.com

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4 hours ago, themaskedowl said:

I prefer www.wheredoesjoelgoforstats.com

Haha. As the season goes on I will probably work out which website is my favourite, but I tend to use a combination of them all at the moment. WhoScored probably edges it.

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23 hours ago, joelswfc said:

The player to watch out for tomorrow night is Piero Mingoia.

 

 

Scored the beauty tonight. Perhaps I should stop this, it might be a bad omen.

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Mingoia's goal

 

 

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30 minutes ago, joelswfc said:

Scored the beauty tonight. Perhaps I should stop this, it might be a bad omen.

 

A statistician shouldn't believe in superstition, surely?

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Just now, owlandished said:

 

A statistician shouldn't believe in superstition, surely?

True. Maybe I am just an expert for pointing him out :manager:

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Cambridge match report:

 

Not going to do a detailed report as it was not a particularly important match, featured players we won't see much of and was frankly crap.

Score: 2-1. Scorers: Lucas Joao (52), Piero Mingoia (90) and Luke Berry (118).

Worth noting that both Cambridge scorers tonight were players I picked out in my match preview. Good players.

19 shots for SWFC tonight, only 3 on target.

Only made 2 clearances compared to Cambridge's 7. The stats are exactly the same for interceptions. Poor defensive performance.

12 fouls were committed, 8 higher than Cambridge's 4. 

Highest rated SWFC player: Will Buckley. Good dribbles completed and crossing stats.

Lowest rated: Jeremy Helan. Poor defensive stats and no real offensive play.

 

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11 minutes ago, joelswfc said:

Jeremy Helan. Poor defensive stats and no real offensive play.

 

 

Aint that the truth... 

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Norwich City Scout Report:

 

Last match - Blackburn 1-4 Norwich. Jacob Murphy, Wes Hoolahan, Steven Naismith and Cameron Jerome were the scorers. Ivo Pinto got 2 assists along with Howson and Hoolahan who got 1 each.

MOtM: Wes Hoolahan - 1 goal and 1 assist. 64 passes, 75% success rate. 3 interceptions, 0 tackles.

Norwich had 12 shots vs Blackburn, with 7 of those on target.

67% of Norwich’s shots came through the middle, with the remaining 33% all from the right.

They completed 568 passes, but made only 6 crosses. 482 passes were short, 77 long and 3 through balls.

Jacob Murphy had more shots than any other Norwich player with 5 and 3 of those were on target.

They had 58.3% possession, and Steven Naismith had 8% of that. Nobody completed more dribbles than Steven Naismith who completed 2.

Ivo Pinto won only 33% of his aerial battles, despite being 6 feet tall. On the other hand, Ryan Bennett had a 100% success rate in the air vs Blackburn.

Alex Tettey was the best passer for Norwich, with a success rate of 95%.

 

The main man: Steven Naismith. More touches than any other player vs Blackburn with 91. Pass success rate of 91% from 79 passes including 2 key passes. Given free reign as shown on heat map.


The danger man: Cameron Jerome. Scored 1 vs Blackburn. 2 shots, 1 on target. Won more aerial battles than any other player on the pitch with 7, although had a success rate in the air of only 47%.

 

Weakness: Full backs. Both full backs love to get forward, and can be caught out when tracking back. Ivo Pinto, the Norwich right back, is poor in the air and that is where the Blackburn goal came from.

 

 

Attached files: Average player positions vs Blackburn

Steven Naismith heatmap

Heatmaps of the fullbacks Ivo Pinto and Martin Olsson. 

Norwich starting 11

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Joel

 

of our many shots on sunday, how many came from left, right or centre?

 

I hadnt thought of that until your Norwich stats, but Im guessing few if any from right?

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2 minutes ago, Holmowl said:

Joel

 

of our many shots on sunday, how many came from left, right or centre?

 

I hadnt thought of that until your Norwich stats, but Im guessing few if any from right?

35% from the left, 53% from the centre and 12% from the right. Ross Wallace didn't have a single shot.

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3 minutes ago, joelswfc said:

35% from the left, 53% from the centre and 12% from the right. Ross Wallace didn't have a single shot.

 

Thanks  mate. 12% of 17 means two shots from the right. Im even surprised by that. Beggared if I can remember any shots from there.

 

FF shhots from the left or cutting in from left onto his right foot. Its why he is so dangerous. He can be lethal from inside or outside the fullback.

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Just now, Holmowl said:

 

Thanks  mate. 12% of 17 means two shots from the right. Im even surprised by that. Beggared if I can remember any shots from there.

 

FF shhots from the left or cutting in from left onto his right foot. Its why he is so dangerous. He can be lethal from inside or outside the fullback.

Exactly. Hopefully Will Buckley will try and do the same from the right.

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