I agree with that line up. Only thing I worry about is our CB's getting tired.Not confident at all here. Gut says we may lose it but I’ll go for a 1-1 draw.
Really not sure who to play. Pask and Max staked a great claim but Dabo and Godden are two of our best performers. I think O’Hare and Allen deserve a go as well, probably a better case for resting Shipley and Westbrooke as young players. Mason and McCallum is a tough one but McCallums in scoring form and if we are selling him this window may as well try to bump his value up. So probably this:
Rose McFadz Hyam
Dabo Walsh Kelly McCallum
S: Wilson, Pask, Mason, Shipley, Westbrooke, Jones, Biamou
I trust Robins to know best from training and physio reports and would be happy with any mix of the teams from the last two games.
Not quite.I'd start Max over Godden.
I feel more confident that Max would convert chances. He just 'seems' to have a better conversion rate, not sure whether that is factually correct.
The Cheswold Lodge ( think it is a Beefeter) is nearest to the ground. Bit of a family pub and a 5 minute walk to the ground.any pub recommendations BN?
mmmm, so firstly why just League 1?Not quite.
Per 90 mins in L1 from Whoscored:
Godden 1.5 shots on target - 9 goals
Biamou 1.3 shots on target - 2 goals
Your stats say that given the same amount of playing time as Godden Biamou would be our top goalscorer and arguably the top goal scorer in the league. I’ve not looked at Kastaneer’s but it would say similar for him I imaginemmmm, so firstly why just League 1?
This doesn't really give a conversion rate. This is how many shots they manage to get on target. What about the ones they miss?
We could look at conversion rate of shots on target. So (using Whoscored.com) Godden has 2.5 shots on target per game, over 22 games. Thats 55 shots on target. He's scored 10. So his conversion rate is 5.5. He scores a goal every 5.5 chances.
Biamou has 1.3 shots on target per game, over 14 games. Thats 18.2 shots on target. He's scored 5. So his conversion rate is 3.6. He scores a goal every 3.6 chances.
Add that to the fact that Max has started half of his games on the bench. He has played a third of the game time that Godden has.
I know it's all averages but that's my logic anyway.
I'm using the stats you provided off whoscored to provide some sort of conversion rate. Your stats were shots on target per game. That's not really anything to do with converting chances.Your stats say that given the same amount of playing time as Godden Biamou would be our top goalscorer and arguably the top goal scorer in the league. I’ve not looked at Kastaneer’s but it would say similar for him I imagine
Over a 46 (now 44 game season) which striker do you think would score more - Biamou or Godden?
You would have lost your wager every single season both of them have played in EnglandI'm using the stats you provided off whoscored to provide some sort of conversion rate. Your stats were shots on target per game. That's not really anything to do with converting chances.
Max has taken part in more than ten games so we can say his stats can be considered.
The fact remains that Max has converted more of his shots on target.
I've no idea who'd score more over 46 games. I'd wager it would be very close.