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Re: Arsenal v Qpr

Post by Michael Foster on Sun May 05, 2013 5:54 am

Dan Hakim wrote:I'd love it if Chelsea didn't make a top 4 spot (more than I'd love it if Spurs didn't make a top 4). The fact that they one the CL last year, became the first team to win then not advance past the group stages the following year, then to not even be in it the next? That would be amazing.


hahahaha...i see that..very good..yer fuck it out with chelsea!!!!!

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Post by Vanig Bostanian on Sun May 05, 2013 3:04 pm

Very interesting stats from Arseblog:
8 - League games Arsenal have played since Thomas Vermaelen was dropped from the starting lineup after the double-dumbass against Sp*rs
4 - Goals Arsenal have allowed in those 8 games (0.5 goals per game)
82 - Shots Arsenal faced in those 8 games (10 per game)
5 - Percent of the opposition’s shots that are scoring goals in that 8 game run
10 - Goals Arsenal allowed in the 8 League games prior to Vermaelen being dropped
96 – Shots Arsenal faced in those 8 games
10 - Percent of opposition’s shots that were scoring goals during that run
9 - Goals allowed in the previous-previous 8 games set
88 - Shots they faced
10 - Percent of shots that the opposition converted into goals
14 - Goals Arsenal have scored in the 8 games since Vermaelen was dropped
120 - Shots Arsenal have taken in that time
12 - Percent of their shots they are converting
13 - Goals Arsenal scored in the previous 8 games
143 - Shots Arsenal took in that period
9 - Percent of their shots they converted
17 - Goals Arsenal scored in the previous-previous 8 game tranche
111 - Shots in that period
15 - Percent of conversion in that time
0 - Losses by Arsenal since Vermaelen was dropped
2.5 - Points per game by Arsenal since Vermaelen was dropped
1 - Ranking on the form table in the last 8 games
So we're basically the same in the last 8 games where Vermaelen hasn't played and the last8 games where he has played in terms of attak, but we're conceding half the goals, meaning we are first in the form table. That doesn't necessarily mean Vermaelen is shit, the whole team is working harder, but still it does say something.

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Re: Arsenal v Qpr

Post by Meshaal on Sun May 05, 2013 5:16 pm

Vanig Bostanian wrote:Very interesting stats from Arseblog:
8 - League games Arsenal have played since Thomas Vermaelen was dropped from the starting lineup after the double-dumbass against Sp*rs
4 - Goals Arsenal have allowed in those 8 games (0.5 goals per game)
82 - Shots Arsenal faced in those 8 games (10 per game)
5 - Percent of the opposition’s shots that are scoring goals in that 8 game run
10 - Goals Arsenal allowed in the 8 League games prior to Vermaelen being dropped
96 – Shots Arsenal faced in those 8 games
10 - Percent of opposition’s shots that were scoring goals during that run
9 - Goals allowed in the previous-previous 8 games set
88 - Shots they faced
10 - Percent of shots that the opposition converted into goals
14 - Goals Arsenal have scored in the 8 games since Vermaelen was dropped
120 - Shots Arsenal have taken in that time
12 - Percent of their shots they are converting
13 - Goals Arsenal scored in the previous 8 games
143 - Shots Arsenal took in that period
9 - Percent of their shots they converted
17 - Goals Arsenal scored in the previous-previous 8 game tranche
111 - Shots in that period
15 - Percent of conversion in that time
0 - Losses by Arsenal since Vermaelen was dropped
2.5 - Points per game by Arsenal since Vermaelen was dropped
1 - Ranking on the form table in the last 8 games
So we're basically the same in the last 8 games where Vermaelen hasn't played and the last8 games where he has played in terms of attak, but we're conceding half the goals, meaning we are first in the form table. That doesn't necessarily mean Vermaelen is shit, the whole team is working harder, but still it does say something.

Interesting stats - I think it can also be used to show how well Koscielny and Mertesacker are playing as a partnership. Just imagine how much better these stats would be if our team had a proper balance.

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Re: Arsenal v Qpr

Post by Jonathan Prendergast on Sun May 05, 2013 7:04 pm

I think the whole team is defending better since the Bayern and Tottenham games. We probably would have improved a little had Vermaelen stayed in. But I have thought for at least a year that Koscielny and Mertersacker are our best 2 centre backs. Now they are combing well too.

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