Footcharts provides comprehensive graphical analysis of data from the English Football Leagues (including Premiership, Championship and Conference) and now European Leagues (including Scottish, French, German, Italian And Spanish ) using charts and tables.
The site is partioned into five analysis areas of particular interest. Basics covers league tables of teams based on different criteria, such as shots, goals, corners, fouls and cards (both the yellow and red variety). Correlations looks at the relationship between pairs of variables, such as fouls and yellow cards, or goals and shots on target, on a team basis, whilst Trends gives statistics on trends over time, including the outcome of a result (home, away or draw) , when goals are scored and goal to shot ratios. Referees takes a look at the performance on a number of levels by our man in black.
Hopefully the analyses will help you the punter, by giving an edge in the betting and gambling stakes out there.
Footcharts contains all English Premiership, Championship and League One and Two and European data back to Season 2000/2001 courtesy of football-data.co.uk. The site is updated on a weekly basis during the season.
We would love to hear from you regarding the site. Feel free to contact us with your thoughts, ideas or analyses that you would find useful.
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