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Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team-By-Team Analysis

Most Goals By Position And Club 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

The international break means no Premier League matches until Saturday. Some welcome the break, some loath it. Either way, we can all agree that it’s way too long to go without seeing our favorite clubs play.

We don’t have to waste this time though. The break is an excellent opportunity to analyze the statistical progress clubs have made in the early stages of this season. In light of this, let’s take a look at goals; more specifically, where they’re coming from. The graphs below show the total goals each club has scored, divided up among striker, midfield, and defense. They also show the percentage each position is contributing and the top scorers for each position.

So, where are the majority of your club’s goals coming from? Are you happy with the percentages, or would you like to see a shift in contribution? Share your feedback in the comments section below.

1. Arsenal 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

2. Liverpool 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

3. Chelsea 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

4. Southampton 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

5. Manchester City 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

6. Tottenham 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

7. Everton 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

8. Hull City 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

9. Manchester United 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

10. Aston Villa 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

11. Newcastle 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

12. West Brom 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

13. West Ham 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

14. Cardiff City 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

15. Swansea City 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

16. Stoke City 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

17. Fulham 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

18. Norwich City 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

19. Crystal Palace 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

20. Sunderland 600x400 Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team By Team Analysis

3 Responses to Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team-By-Team Analysis

  1. fishbait says:

    interesting. you might consider omiting penalty kicks in the future.

  2. EDub says:

    I love looking at Everton and Chelski’s … LOL

  3. DenverGoonerMRP says:

    I don’t mind including penalty kicks–means aggression in the box and still an ability to score.

    Go Arsenal! Top o’ the league!!

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