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BLOG: OptaPro applies data to explore how @realmadriden may tactically evolve with the departure of @Cristiano. Era. optasportspro.com/about/optapro-… 17 Aug

BLOG: OptaPro's data-driven analysis assesses how Real Madrid may adapt to life without Cristiano Ronaldo this seas… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 17 Aug

.@neilcharles_uk applies an innovative approach to visualising passing data, taking inspiration from wind maps.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 14 Aug

BLOG: With the 2018 @CPL underway, OptaPro considers the most effective options available for bowling to St. Kitts… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 14 Aug

An analytical preview of Arsenal Vs Manchester City from @PaulCarr of @TruMediaSports. Opener. twitter.com/OptaPro/status… 12 Aug

NEWS: OptaPro and Eredivisie relationship sees all 18 clubs this season able to apply Opta data to inform decision-… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 10 Aug

BLOG: Ahead of the start of the Premier League season, @PaulCarr explores playing styles in an analytical preview o… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 10 Aug

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BLOG: Devising a T20 bowling plan for Chris Gayle

OptaPro considers the most effective options available for bowling to West Indian batsman Chris Gayle.
Posted by Francois Vainker at 00:00

BLOG: T20 Series Analytical Preview - England v India

OptaPro identify potential tactics which could influence the outcome of the series.
Posted by Andy Cooper at 00:00
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BLOG: Defining a T20 free-hit strategy in the IPL

OptaPro investigates bowler tendencies when delivering a free-hit and how it can potentially inform a batsman's strategy.
Posted by Francois Vainker at 00:00
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BLOG: Beyond the strike

In his first guest blog for OptaPro, John Robertson introduces a new metric to assess batting performance.
Posted by John Robertson at 00:00
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BLOG: Can Cook recover?

With calls for Alastair Cook to be dropped due to poor form, our cricket analysts look for precedents to a potential recovery.
Posted by Phil Oliver at 11:31
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