The Custom Stats table feature is now live in the Members Area and available to our Members.
In case you missed the beef on this, you can view this article for more information but the quickest way of getting to grips with it is to view the movie below which shows how the feature can be used.
We’ve gone live with a number of tables that we’ve created to demonstrate what can be done. These tables analyse areas such as the crosses supplied by defenders, the distribution type and success from goalkeepers, the aerial prowess of forwards, the top creative midfielders based on chances created per minute, the top penalty box dwellers and predators and analysis of touches made by Premier League teams by area of the pitch.
There’s also a couple of team specific tables included – an analysis of where Man United’s players are receiving the ball, while Big Dunc has created a table offering a breakdown of Everton’s key attacking players based on goal involvement.
That should give you plenty to get your teeth into, whilst handing you some examples of what can be created and shared. It’s now over to you to build your own tables and start sharing them up with your fellow members, whilst casting votes on your favourite tables available.
While we’ve worked pretty hard to iron out bugs, you will appreciate that this is a complex feature, dealing with a huge amount of data. Should you spot any bugs or issues, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally a reminder, if you’re not already a member and want access to this feature, you can still sign up. Click here for information on how to register or upgrade.
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For Gameweek 38
- van Persie
Next Six Ticker
|No Change||Hart||MCI||B, Vs|
|Up||Robles||WIG||C, Vs, £|
|No Change||Lloris||TOT||C, Vs|
|No Change||Foster||WBA||C, Vs|
|No Change||Vorm||SWA||C, Vs|
|No Change||Mignolet||SUN||B, Vs|
|No Change||De Gea||MUN||A|
|Up||Boruc||SOT||B, Vs, £|
|No Change||Kompany||MCI||B, Vs, Rest|
|No Change||Vertonghen||TOT||A, Vs, Rest|
|Up||Luiz||CHE||A, Vs, Rest|
|Up||Boyce||WIG||C, Vs, OoP|
|No Change||Cuéllar||SUN||B, Vs, £|
|No Change||Rangel||SWA||C, Vs|
|Up||Clyne||SOT||B, Vs, £|
|No Change||Mata||CHE||C, Vs, Rest|
|Up||Hazard||CHE||B, Vs, Rest, Inj|
|Up||Maloney||WIG||B, Vs, £|
|No Change||Y Touré||MCI||B, Vs|
|No Change||Silva||MCI||B, Vs, Inj|
|Up||Tevez||MCI||A, Vs, Rest|
|Up||Koné||WIG||B, Vs, £|
|Down||van Persie||MUN||A, Vs|
|Up||Lukaku||WBA||B, Vs, Rest|
|Down||Aguero||MCI||B, Vs, Inj|
|Up||Rodriguez||SOT||A, Vs, £|
|Up||Defoe||TOT||B, Vs, Rest|
|Up||Ba||CHE||C, Vs, Rest|
|A, B, C||Current Form|
|Inj||Injured/Returning from Injury|
|OoP||Out of Position|
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