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Interesting Stat #1 - When we play affects our results in a BIG way


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On 14/04/2022 at 10:44, Nero said:

Whole Week to Prepare'

 

W - 52 % (11)   L -  14% (3)    D - 34% (7) - close to our season average.

 

'Midweek Under the Lights'

 

W - 70 % (7)   L -  10% (1)    D - 20% (2)

 

'Third Game in a Week*' (Saturday Games)

 

W - 22 % (2)   L -  45% (4)    D - 33% (3)

Just a bump. Its happened again.

 

Whole Week to Prepare'

MK Dons - We win

 

'Midweek Under the Lights'

Crewe - We win

 

'Third Game in a Week*' (Saturday Games)

Wycombe - We lose 

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8 minutes ago, Nero said:

Just a bump. Its happened again.

 

Whole Week to Prepare'

MK Dons - We win

 

'Midweek Under the Lights'

Crewe - We win

 

'Third Game in a Week*' (Saturday Games)

Wycombe - We lose 

So...what's going to happen on Tuesday then...? 

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8 minutes ago, SiJ said:

So...what's going to happen on Tuesday then...? 

 

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On 14/04/2022 at 10:44, Nero said:

Our results seem to be massively influenced by when we play.

If we break the first 40 games down into the following cliché's;

 

'Whole Week to Prepare'

 

W - 52 % (11)   L -  14% (3)    D - 34% (7) - close to our season average.

 

'Midweek Under the Lights'

 

W - 70 % (7)   L -  10% (1)    D - 20% (2)

 

'Third Game in a Week*' (Saturday Games)

 

W - 22 % (2)   L -  45% (4)    D - 33% (3)

 

Some Caveat's

  • We have had 7 midweek home games which skews the data a bit (and obviously not all were under the lights)
  • *For the pedants technically Saturday to Saturday is 8 days but you know what I mean as did the Beatles
  • A couple of games dont quite fit the categories but they are close enough.
  • We often won the next game after the 'third game' - so 4 games in 11 days doesn't seem a problem - as long as we are at home.

 

Conclusion?

Statistically that is a massive difference. The facts seem to back it up that we have an older team that struggled with the volumes of games. Any others?

Now a bit worried about the Wycombe and Pompey games.

 


third game in a week is when Moore tinkers with the team. Always happens, changes our core players and we bottle it. Byers should play every game, cost us leaving him out. 

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Just now, whatdial said:


third game in a week is when Moore tinkers with the team. Always happens, changes our core players and we bottle it. Byers should play every game, cost us leaving him out. 

 

Is that a stat or an asumption?

(Genuine question)

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1 hour ago, whatdial said:


third game in a week is when Moore tinkers with the team. Always happens, changes our core players and we bottle it. Byers should play every game, cost us leaving him out. 

 

This, Moore over thinks it and tinkers, he dropped Byers and Palmer yesterday because he wants the fresh for the next two games

 

think is if we had won yesterday, he could have dropped who he wanted for the next two matches as we would have been in the play offs already

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5 minutes ago, the third man said:

 

This, Moore over thinks it and tinkers, he dropped Byers and Palmer yesterday because he wants the fresh for the next two games

 

 

Did he say so?

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4 hours ago, GermanBird said:

 

Did he say so?

 

From Football League World

 

Centre back Liam Palmer and midfielder George Byers both dropped to the bench at Adams Park, with both ending the day as unused substitutes, which Moore confirmed was to give the duo a rest and keep them fresh.

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