Premier League Review- Matchweek 29 (Season 2020-21)

Facts and Figures

Goals Scored: There were 14 goals in four games, which is an average of 3.50 goals per game.
Clean Sheets: Two out of the eight teams played they kept a clean sheet, which equates to 25% of teams that didn’t concede a goal.
Draws: There were no draws in two matches!
Matchweek 29 (In a Nutshell): In Matchweek 29 I correctly predicted one out of four results. In one out of three matches, the losing team had more possession than their opponents! Check out the Matchweek 29 review!

Team of the Week- Matchweek 29

There’s no team of the week in Matchweek 29 as only eight out of 20 Premier League teams are playing.

Teams Playing Once in Matchweek 29

Arsenal, Aston Villa, Brighton and Hove Albion, Fulham, Leeds United, Newcastle United, Tottenham and West Ham

Teams Not Playing in Matchweek 29

Burnley, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Sheffield United, Southampton, West Brom and Wolves

Saturday Morning Game (Perth Time)

Fulham (1) v Leeds United (2)
Bamford Shows his Class
Facts and Figures: Fulham had 51.2% possession and six shots on target to Leeds United’s four. Both teams had 13 shots.
Pivotal Moment: Raphina gave Leeds United a 2-1 lead in the 58th minute. The goal was scored thanks to an assist provided by Patrick Bamford.
Fulham Game Changer: Ademola Lookman
Leeds United Game Changer: Patrick Bamford

Sunday Morning Game (Perth Time)

Brighton and Hove Albion (3) v Newcastle United (0)
Newcastle United Relegation Bound!
Facts and Figures: There was only one team at the races in this game, which was Brighton and Hove Albion. They had 65.3% possession and six shots on target to Newcastle United’s one.
Pivotal Moment: Ryan Fraser hit the post in the 49th minute.
Brighton and Hove Albion Game Changer: Leandro Trossard
Newcastle United Game Changer: None

Sunday Night Game (Perth Time)

West Ham (3) v Arsenal (3)
West Ham Throw Away Three Goal Lead!
Facts and Figures: West Ham had 36.9% possession and five shots on target compared with Arsenal’s seven. Two of the three goals scored by Arsenal were West Ham own goals.
Pivotal Moment: Alexandre Lacazette made the score 3-all in the 82nd minute.
West Ham Game Changer: Jesse Lingard
Arsenal Game Changer: Alexandre Lacazette

Monday Morning Game (Perth Time)

Aston Villa (0) v Tottenham (2)
Tottenham Too Good for Villa
Facts and Figures: There were just four shots on target in the game, with Tottenham having three of them. Tottenham had 50.6% possession.
Pivotal Moment: Harry Kane showed composure to score from the penalty spot in the 68th minute.
Aston Villa Game Changer: None
Tottenham Game Changer: Harry Kane




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