Facts and Figures
Goals Scored: For the third Matchweek in a row there was 25 goals= An average of 2.5 goals per game!
Clean Sheets: Nine out of 20 teams, which equates to 45% of teams not letting in a goal.
Teams that Scored: 11 teams scored 25 goals, which is an average of 2.27 per team.
Draws: For the third consecutive Matchweek there were 2 draws, which meant that 20% of games were draws.
Matchweek 37 (In a Nutshell): In Matchweek 37 there was plenty of interesting statistics and talking points. Find out what they were.
Sunday Games (My Review)
Norwich City (0) v Burnley (2)- The margin should have been a lot more than two goals given that Norwich City was down to nine men at half time.
Bournemouth (0) v Southampton (2)- Southampton had 57% possession and eight shots on target to Bournemouth’s three.
Tottenham Hotspur (3) v Leicester City (0)- Harry Kane was the difference between the two teams scoring a brace. Remarkably Tottenham Hotspur had just 29% possession and three shots on target to Leicester City’s six.
Tuesday Games (My Review)
Brighton and Hove Albion (0) v Newcastle United (0)- Brighton and Hove Albion controlled the game with 62.5% of possession. They also had three shots on target to Newcastle United’s one.
Sheffield United (0) v Everton (1)- Everton had the only two shots on target. Despite that, Sheffield United had more possession, with 50.6% of it.
Wolverhampton Wanderers (2) v Crystal Palace (0)- Wolverhampton Wanderers had five shots on target to three. They also controlled possession slightly, with 53.4% possession.
Wednesday Games (My Review)
Watford (0) v Manchester City (4)- Manchester City dominated the game with all ten shots on target and 76.9% possession.
Aston Villa (1) v Arsenal (0)- Aston Villa had all three shots on target. Despite that fact, Arsenal had 69% possession. It was a pivotal win for Aston Villa as they sit above the relegation zone on goal difference, remarkably by one goal, ahead of Watford.
Thursday Games (My Review)
Manchester United (1) v West Ham (1)- It was a relatively even game with Manchester United having four shots on target to West Ham’s three.
Liverpool (5) v Chelsea (3)- Both teams had exactly 50% possession! Liverpool had seven shots on target to Chelsea’s five shots on target in what was an entertaining contest!