PL Week 5: Alternative Tables

Week 5. Crazy Numbers

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 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 5 (Sortable Tables)



All tables set to Close Game State.

TSR

Newcastle are hanging on in there at the top of the Close TSR table. Tottenham are destroyers of worlds. Chelsea, that crisis club, are second with a fantastic number.

At the bottom we see Fulham (again) and Cardiff who suffered through Tottenham's Sunday blitz.

Pos TSR/Corsi Tied Close Total
2 Tottenham 80.72 75.38 75
4 Chelsea 66.2 70.18 68.15
3 Man City 65.08 66.28 62.81
12 Newcastle 71.62 64.29 58.91
6 Everton 66.67 61.9 61.9
7 Southampton 52.78 56.25 56.25
1 Arsenal 64.44 55.83 52.41
8 Man United 47.92 54.12 53.97
5 Liverpool 59.26 48.09 48.09
13 Aston Villa 31.71 47.58 48
20 Sunderland 54.29 46.55 48.06
9 Swansea 42.62 46 50.38
15 West Brom 39.68 44.95 46.9
10 Stoke 46.48 42.97 44.03
14 West Ham 35.44 42.2 41.88
19 Palace 32.35 41.51 40.32
11 Hull 41.27 41.12 42.06
17 Norwich 34.85 39.5 38.76
16 Cardiff 27.17 27.91 29.29
18 Fulham 20.59 26.4 28.37

SoTR

Tottenham, Chelsea and Everton are just great. Fulham, Cardiff and Sunderland are just, well, not very good.

SoTR Tied Close Total
2 Tottenham 76.67 68.89 70.83
4 Chelsea 63.64 66.67 66.67
6 Everton 74.07 66.67 66.67
3 Man City 68.42 63.33 66.67
7 Southampton 65.22 62.16 62.16
8 Man United 55.56 59.38 55.56
12 Newcastle 60 59.38 50
1 Arsenal 83.33 57.45 55.36
9 Swansea 48.15 54.76 58.82
5 Liverpool 58.33 49.09 49.09
13 Aston Villa 40 48.57 48.57
10 Stoke 44 44.68 44.9
11 Hull 47.37 43.75 44.44
19 Palace 41.18 43.24 39.02
17 Norwich 31.58 41.94 38.24
15 West Brom 26.32 39.29 41.38
14 West Ham 29.41 36.36 34.78
20 Sunderland 33.33 32.35 31.43
18 Fulham 25 28.21 29.79
16 Cardiff 17.86 24.32 25.64

Fenwick/USR

Hat tip to @SimonCavalini for the creation of USR or Unblocked Shots Ratio. USR makes a hell of a lot more sense that Fenwick. Seeing as nobody else has ever used Fenwick for football the name is not too entrenched. I may or may not phase in USR.

The usual suspects at the top and bottom of the table.

Fenwick Tied Close Total
2 Tottenham 75.81 73.27 73.58
12 Newcastle 73.68 67.86 60.82
4 Chelsea 63.16 66.3 66.36
3 Man City 62 62.86 60.4
6 Everton 62.86 58.95 58.95
8 Man United 52.94 57.14 54.46
7 Southampton 50.94 54.76 54.76
1 Arsenal 60.71 51.69 49.51
5 Liverpool 55.56 48.54 48.54
13 Aston Villa 34.38 47.87 48.42
19 Palace 37.93 47.5 43.16
9 Swansea 47.06 47.44 53.92
15 West Brom 36.59 46.58 49.35
10 Stoke 46.55 43.27 43.52
14 West Ham 35.94 42.68 41.57
11 Hull 41.86 39.73 39.53
17 Norwich 34.04 37.21 36.26
20 Sunderland 55.56 36.76 40.74
18 Fulham 23.4 28.89 30.69
16 Cardiff 28.79 27.27 30.53

PDO

Scoring%+Save%. League Ave=100

You know the world is ending when Man United post a subpar PDO!

Man City's PDO has jumped significantly from last weeks number. Scoring 4 goals on 5 shots on target tends to do that. The North East clubs's PDO numbers are just dead, flat, gone.

Team SC% SAVE% PDO
14 West Ham 50 73.33 123.33
16 Cardiff 40 79.31 119.31
8 Man City 40 73.33 113.33
15 West Brom 33.33 76.47 109.8
1 Arsenal 33.33 75 108.33
3 Liverpool 18.52 89.66 108.17
2 Tottenham 14.71 92.86 107.56
4 Chelsea 21.43 85.71 107.14
11 Fulham 23.08 79.41 102.49
13 Aston Villa 35.29 66.67 101.96
5 Hull 31.25 69.57 100.82
10 Stoke 18.18 82.14 100.32
7 Southampton 13.04 85.71 98.76
12 Man United 26.92 70 96.92
19 Norwich 23.08 72.73 95.8
6 Palace 25 68 93
18 Everton 22.22 69.23 91.45
9 Swansea 22.58 68.18 90.76
20 Sunderland 27.27 54.17 81.44
17 Newcastle 25 52.94 77.94

Final Third Passes

The usual teams populate the top and bottoms of the table. Final Third Passes is massively skewed by Game State effect. I could probably dig up some info on final third passes at tied and close game states. We'll see.

The bottom 4 or 5 teams are way adrift of the rest of the league. Cardiff's number is atrocious, but a teams numbers nosedive having played Tottenham. This effect was present when Bale was at Tottenham, and it is present now without Bale.

AVB. AVB. AVB. AVB. AVB

Position Team Ratio Plus/Minus
2 Tottenham 65.05 398
6 Everton 61.37 306
4 Chelsea 60.87 299
8 Man United 58.3 223
3 Man City 58.28 219
1 Arsenal 56.62 177
12 Newcastle 52.52 60
5 Liverpool 51.55 40
7 Southampton 51.04 26
9 Swansea 50.48 12
14 West Ham 48.78 -29
15 West Brom 48.27 -42
17 Norwich 47.92 -58
20 Sunderland 47.51 -61
10 Stoke 46.01 -103
14 Aston Villa 41.95 -208
11 Hull 39.24 -272
19 Palace 38.71 -273
18 Fulham 37.72 -304
16 Cardiff 34.63 -410
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