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Final preparations are being made ahead of tomorrow's #OptaProKonferenz in Cologne. Alaaf. 17 hours ago

.@LukeBornn (VP, Analytics and Strategy, Sacramento Kings) delivered the guest talk at the 2018 #OptaProForum. Watc…… 20 Mar

WATCH: @LukeBornn delivers the guest talk at the 2018 #OptaProForum. Keynote.… 20 Mar

Die OptaPro Konferenz geht in Deutschland in die zweite Runde #OptaProKonferenz. Namenssch…… 14 Mar

NEWS: OptaPro to return to Germany to host its second #OptaProKonferenz. Namensschilder. 14 Mar

The most probable result - @GarryGelade shares an intuitive way of showcasing expected goals data from a single mat…… 13 Mar

.@Worville completes the second analysis in this two-part series focusing on Son Heung-min. This article focuses on…… 9 Mar

BLOG: @Worville uses Opta data to analyse the early phase of Son Heung-min’s career, focusing on his time in German…… 8 Mar

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NEWS: OptaPro powering Les Bleus

OptaPro has continued its collaboration with the French National Football and Rugby Union teams.
Posted by Thibault Richetta at 16:53

NEWS: Scout7 integrate OptaPro data in new Player Performance Reel

Scout7 have launched a new Player Performance Reel in conjunction with OptaPro.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 12:28

NEWS: Sydney FC commits to OptaPro

Sydney FC have reaffirmed their commitment to advanced performance analysis by becoming the first Australian soccer side to integrate OptaPro performance data into their SportsCode software package.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 11:34

BLOG: Possession(s)

An attempt to redefine possession statistics, and analysis of Premier League teams.
Posted by Sam Green at 14:13

BLOG: England's Batting Conundrum

By using Opta’s vast cricket database, we can look at how England’s current batsmen performed in the last 3 Test series in the sub-continent. We can also effectively evaluate the options for England at the top of the order to replace the retired Andrew Strauss in a number of ways.
Posted by Danny StQuinton at 15:04