A showcase of some of the best data analysis from across the web.
. @GregorydSam’s #OptaProForum blog explores the benefits of a varied attack. bit.ly/1GQHhd0. Strengths. http://t.co/LeDHrjKRow
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. @GregorydSam investigates whether Premier League teams can benefit from adopting a varied attack. bit.ly/1GQHhd0. Diverse.
“Is a one-dimensional attack such a bad thing?” @GregorydSam addresses this question for the OptaPro blog. bit.ly/1GQHhd0. Variety.
We'll be attending MathSport 2015 today at @lborouniversity. Come and say hello if you're there. Conflab.
. @donceno statistically compares passing styles in the Premier League and Championship. bit.ly/1Hnj29V. Spray.
. @RivistaUndici analizza la stagione dell'FC Midtjylland ed il loro approccio analitico nel calcio. bit.ly/1BfJjXq. Tecnologici
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Dave Willoughby statistically compares passing styles in the Premier League and Championship.
Writing for MLSsoccer.com, Devin Pleuler’s follow-up article on the Women’s World Cup explores how the USWNT performed in Abby Wambach’s absence.
The second instalment of this two-part piece, Will Gurpinar-Morgan outlines, discusses and evaluates his expected goals model.
FILM: Brentford FC co-directors of football Phil Giles and Rasmus Ankersen give an interview on their roles and long-term planning at the Championship club.
Writing for ESPN FC, Michael Caley uses Opta data to analyse the effectiveness of danger zone passes.
‘Saturdays on the Couch’ (@SaturdayOnCouch) uses the Expected Goals metric to analyse the performances of Borussia Monchengladbach over the past three seasons.