Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Premier League Lions At Home | Scoring Distribution of Teams at Home

With less than a quarter of Barclays Premier League action left to unfold, we take a look at all team's Home Scoring form and draw out some insights :

Five insights to take away from the stat plots are :

1.MANCHESTER CITY are as good as it gets in home domination in terms of scoring.
Even though they are looking shaky presently, they have the best league record, hitting the net twice or more atleast 50% of times playing at home. You wouldn't want your team to face city at Etihad Stadium until Rashford or Firminho plays for your team, apparently.   

2.SPURS are on a run of their own, if Leicester city's run is a fairy tail, Tottenham Hotspur's run is raising eyebrow's as well. They have never won the Barclays Premier League and this might just be the year. Not only that but finishing over gunners is also a distinct possibility. They have scored at an average of  1.87 per game at White Hart Lane scoring more than 3 on 25% of occasions.  

3. SAINTS despite their unimpressive results have been bulging the back of the net consistently . Although they score at only 1.75 goals-a-game at home, but their consistemcy is remarkabe, scoring more than one atleast 75% of times and two or more 50% of times.

4. Leicester City are living the dream at the moment. We have been talking about the fact that they have nothing to loose fighting against the top guns, but probably now you start to realise they have an opportunity of lifetime in their hands to loose.
       They haven't been the most prolific team in the competition but they know how to grind out results. They rank 6th in scoring charts at home firing in 1.66 goals every home game.

5.ASTON VILLA are going through a nightmare at the moment and heading to Championship . One of the main reasons for this is their awful Home form. They have failed to take their chances, having the worst scoring record at home this season with only 0.73 goals every home game .
       Well, Leicester was in a similar territory last season and look where they are now. Let's see whether Premier League can pull another rabbit out of the hat or the obvious will follow.

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