Week 17: Sortable Tables

The usual.

TSR (Total Shots Ratio) Otherwise known as Corsi in hockey. This looks at a teams share of the total (missed/blocked/on target) shots count.   shots for / total shots (shots f + shots a)

SoTR (shots On Target Ratio) This looks at a teams share of the shots on target count. shots on target f / total shots on target

Fenwick/Unblocked Shots Ratio This looks at a teams share of the shots count with all blocked shots removed. missed shots f + shots on target f / total missed shots + total shots on target

PDO Scoring% (goals/shots on target) + Save % (100-goals against/shots on target against)

Week 17 (Sortable Tables)



All tables set to Close Game State.

TSR

Liverpool sit in 7th place by Close TSR. City are tops at Close and, wait for it, Crystal Palace aren't that bad!

Man United are 9th at Close and 8th at Total.

Pos TSR/Corsi Tied Close Total
3 Man City 64.56 65.81 63.73
7 Tottenham 65.42 62.62 61.26
4 Chelsea 61.4 61.65 61.9
6 Newcastle 64.04 56.43 54.29
5 Everton 56.67 56.22 56.04
2 Arsenal 57.62 55.52 52.19
1 Liverpool 62.5 55.4 58.05
9 Southampton 50.89 55.4 55.72
8 Man United 52.78 54.13 53.41
16 West Brom 42.47 49.57 50
11 Swansea 47.75 49.29 51.63
13 Aston Villa 45.5 47.7 48
17 West Ham 44.83 47.51 44.62
18 Palace 42.07 45.25 46.06
10 Stoke 48.18 45.18 44.29
12 Hull 43.06 44.39 43.91
14 Norwich 46.05 43.69 42.12
20 Sunderland 48.26 40.23 42.55
15 Cardiff 34.04 35.56 36.51
19 Fulham 30.97 32.9 34.54

SoTR

So Man City are the best team in the league in every category. And it's not even remotely close.

Everton are really good, Liverpool merely good.

Cardiff, Sunderland and Fulham are adrift.

Check out Newcastle's Tied SoTR number!

Pos SoTR Tied Close Total
3 Man City 68.52 67.26 67.06
4 Chelsea 61.11 62.22 63.64
5 Everton 60.44 61.19 61.01
2 Arsenal 64.71 58.82 57.14
7 Tottenham 63.75 58.5 56.80
9 Southampton 54.84 57.48 58.52
8 Man United 53.95 57.26 55.19
1 Liverpool 57.38 55.64 60.00
6 Newcastle 64.18 54.26 53.13
11 Swansea 47.3 51.2 55.41
13 Aston Villa 47.14 47.01 47.06
18 Palace 40.38 44.76 43.08
16 West Brom 34.43 44.74 43.38
14 Norwich 49.25 44.35 38.75
10 Stoke 43.59 42.74 40.71
12 Hull 42.37 40.78 40.17
17 West Ham 39.13 40 39.85
19 Fulham 33.82 35.48 35.54
20 Sunderland 43.4 35.4 37.60
15 Cardiff 31.76 32.82 32.64

Fenwick

Remove the blocked shots for and against and we come up with a stat called Fenwick.

Pos Fenwick Tied Close Total
3 Man City 61.42 64.14 60.6
4 Chelsea 60.84 61.54 62.5
7 Tottenham 63.22 60.94 59.17
6 Newcastle 66.67 57.53 54.47
1 Liverpool 59.84 54.68 58.08
2 Arsenal 57.52 54.58 52
5 Everton 53.64 54.07 55.07
8 Man United 53.03 54 53.21
9 Southampton 50.39 53.45 54.07
11 Swansea 48.21 49.25 52.62
16 West Brom 41.04 48.8 48.54
13 Aston Villa 46.91 48.48 48.31
10 Stoke 51.61 47.8 46.37
18 Palace 42.06 47.16 46.8
17 West Ham 44.21 46.57 45.23
14 Norwich 48.7 45.27 43.58
12 Hull 42.96 42.64 41.52
20 Sunderland 47.41 36.64 39.88
15 Cardiff 33.5 34.19 35.49
19 Fulham 29.03 33.33 34.92

PDO

PDO=Scoring%+Save%.

Liverpool are riding the PDO all the way to the top of that table. I am more concerned about Liverpool and Arsenal's PDO's. What happens if those PDO's regress? They can't fall back on outstanding shots numbers like Man City or Chelsea or Tottenham could.

Liverpool and Arsenal are posting shots numbers that would be good for about 5th place. As it is, both of those clubs have points on the board on the back of outstanding PDO's and merely good shots ratios.

Man City are different.

Tottenham's Scoring% is showing signs of life...

Pos Team SC% SAVE% PDO
1 Liverpool 36.84 75.00 111.84
2 Arsenal 34.38 76.39 110.76
3 Man City 44.74 64.29 109.02
10 Stoke 29.82 75.90 105.73
8 Man United 32.94 71.01 103.96
5 Everton 28.87 74.19 103.06
15 Cardiff 27.66 74.23 101.89
12 Hull 29.79 71.43 101.22
16 West Brom 30.51 70.13 100.64
4 Chelsea 32.65 67.86 100.51
17 West Ham 26.42 72.50 98.92
6 Newcastle 28.24 70.67 98.90
19 Fulham 28.81 68.22 97.04
9 Southampton 27.85 67.86 95.71
13 Aston Villa 26.56 68.06 94.62
14 Norwich 24.19 70.41 94.60
11 Swansea 28.05 65.15 93.20
7 Tottenham 18.75 68.49 87.24
20 Sunderland 25.53 61.54 87.07
8 Palace 19.64 63.51 83.16

Shots On Target Rating

SoT % For = SoT For/Shots For

SoT% Prevention = 100-SoT Against/Shots Against

SoT Rating = Sot% For+ SoT% Against

This chart is all about attacking efficiency and defensive efficiency in regards to actually getting your shots in target and preventing the opposition from doing likewise.

SoT% prevention appears to favour those teams who get fucking buried by the shots count: Hull, Sunderland and Villa are the best 3 teams in the league by SoT% Prevention.

Anyhow, sort through and play around with it.

SoT% Rating SoT % For SoT% Prevention
2 Arsenal 107.7 42.48 65.22
5 Everton 107.04 38.04 69
3 Man City 105.25 38.38 66.86
11 Swansea 105.21 36.94 68.27
9 Southampton 103.81 35.27 68.54
1 Liverpool 102.92 37.62 65.3
8 Man United 102.6 37.44 65.15
4 Chelsea 102.45 34.27 68.18
19 Fulham 101.48 34.3 67.18
13 Aston Villa 98.86 29.63 69.23
6 Newcastle 98.39 33.6 64.79
8 Palace 96.16 29.95 66.21
12 Hull 95.76 25.54 70.21
14 Norwich 95.59 29.38 66.21
10 Stoke 95.27 30 65.27
15 Cardiff 95.01 26.7 68.3
20 Sunderland 94.61 23.5 71.11
17 West Ham 94.36 26.11 68.25
7 Tottenham 93.32 32.99 60.33
16 West Brom 91.59 27.57 64.02

*****

Man City are in a pretty good spot right now; The shots ratios are excellent, attacking efficiency is really good and in most of the other statistical categories I look at (and don't publish) they are tops. Fix the save% and some of those defensive errors and this is the dominant team in the Premier League.

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