So basically are strikers are shit. We’re creating enough chances to be in the playoffs but we’re 5th bottom because we can’t score.The table is showing how many wins draws and losses we would be on based on expected goals for and against .
Long story short , we're creating alot
probably evened out by some of the world class saves he made. Especially QPR, that goes in and no way we would have gone on to win the game and would probably find ourselves in the bottom 3 now.Plus opposition strikers have finished exceptionally well against us (or our keeper has let in some howlers).
probably evened out by some of the world class saves he made. Especially QPR, that goes in and no way we would have gone on to win the game and would probably find ourselves in the bottom 3 now.
Wait. So he’s created 2.8 goals that wouldn’t have happened without him?
It’s an extrapolation of xGOT (expected goals on target). The basis of it is that an ‘average’ keeper would have stopped 2.8 more goals (obviously broken down into numerous fractions).
My gut feel is that we’re conceding very few glaring chances, but when we do they are scored.
The data in the picture above is done on a game by game basisThing that confuses me is there seems different data
Expected Goals data for the England Championship - including xG, xG Against (Conceded), and xG at home and away. Stats use advanced xG modelling for the Championship.footystats.org
Expected Goals (xG) league tables for major leagues including England, Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Brazil, Argentina, USA and many more.footballxg.com