The Halfway Point in 2013/14

We have reached the halfway point in the 2013/14 Premier League season. An apt time then to take pause and look over the first half of the season at some of the key numbers.

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Halfway Point In 13/14: Save%, Scoring% & PDO

I want to very briefly look at how good PL teams are converting their shots on target into goals and preventing the opposition from doing likewise, and what happens when we add both of those metrics together in what we call PDO.

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Halfway Point In 13/14: Strength Of Schedule

Trying to analyse a teams fixture list is a tricky business; each team has now played every opponent in the league (I hope!) at the halfway stage and thus it may be fair to say that each team would have an identical strength of schedule. But it doesn't quite work out like that.

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The Halfway Point In 13/14: Injury

We are 19 games into the 13/14 season and now - in the midst of stupid scheduling, 3 games a week and an increasing injury rate - what better time is there to look at the injuries numbers for this season.

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The Halfway Point: Time

Again, this is pretty simple: Which teams have spent the highest average number of minutes per game in a winning, drawing or losing position?

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