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Which Premier League Clubs Have the Best Attacking Efficiency and Defensive Resiliency? [INFOGRAPHIC]

fantasy premier league Which Premier League Clubs Have the Best Attacking Efficiency and Defensive Resiliency? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Which clubs have the best attacking efficiency and best defensive resiliency in the Premier League for the 2012-13 season-to-date?

On the basis of attacking efficiency, the research is measured based on the number of shots taken per goal scored.

attacking efficiency epl 600x415 Which Premier League Clubs Have the Best Attacking Efficiency and Defensive Resiliency? [INFOGRAPHIC]

For defensive resiliency, it’s measured on the numbers of shots faced per goal conceded. The higher up the chart, the better the team’s defense is at conceding as few goals as possible.

defensive resiliency epl 600x416 Which Premier League Clubs Have the Best Attacking Efficiency and Defensive Resiliency? [INFOGRAPHIC]

What are some of the revealing findings that you can see above? Share them in the comments section below.

H/T The Press Association.

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One Response to Which Premier League Clubs Have the Best Attacking Efficiency and Defensive Resiliency? [INFOGRAPHIC]

  1. Dave says:

    Besides United who are first in both categories and leading the league, the rest don’t make too much sense.

    Spurs are 13th and 17th in these categories yet are doing very well and fighting for a top 4 spot. Same with Everton, 13th and 10th.

    That’s why the efficiency rankings are not indicative of a team’s success.

    The number of chances a team creates is a better barometer of how well they are attacking. Of course they need to convert those chances. It’s better to create 10 chances and score 2 than create 2 chances and score 1.

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