League One: The first ten games review

Experimental 3-6-1


Mindblowing analysis of the first ten games in the Football League, including an assessment of Swindon Town’s defensive and attacking efficiency, courtesy of Ben Mayhew of the superb http://experimental361.com

Read Ben’s report via this download link http://experimental361.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/experimental-361-the-first-10-games.pdf

Originally posted on Experimental 3-6-1:

I’m proud to present what will hopefully be the first of many club-by-club reports. This one covers the first 10 (or so) games of the new season and features a page of analysis for each Football League club.

I’ve no idea how to embed this in my blog, so below is a very low tech link to the PDF. I’ve done my best to keep the file size down – it’s about 1.4MB:

The match data used in the report is taken from a variety of public domain sources, but is all compiled by the Press Association. The goal data I capture myself as explained here.

I’ll be discussing this report on the excellent We Are Going Up podcast, released on Monday 15th October.

EDIT: Some eagle-eyed readers spotted a few idiotic mistakes, which I’ve now corrected (reference to top right rather than left when explaining defensive scatter plot…

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