Sky Bet EFL essential stats: Norwich's collapse in form

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Sky Bet EFL essential stats: Norwich's collapse in form

Postby chanoudom » Mon Dec 04, 2017 12:01 pm


sbobet Norwich have fallen flat in the Sky Bet Championship

Each week, we will be taking a look back at some essential stats from the weekend's action in the Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two...

Collapsing Canaries

Since winning the East Anglian derby against Ipswich in October, Norwich have taken two points from a possible 21 and gone from leading their rivals by four points, to trailing them by eight.

That 1-0 win left the Canaries sixth in the table, five places ahead of Ipswich, but now they are 16th, nine places behind Ipswich in seventh.

Sharp shooters

Albert Adomah has the best conversion rate (66.7 per cent) of any Championship player to score more than three goals this season - scoring 10 goals from 29 attempts (16 on target), while Matej Vydra has scored his 11 goals from just 15 shots on target.

Millwall's Steve Morison has had more shots than any Championship player this season without scoring (44), while Leeds' Pablo Hernandez has had 14 shots from outside the box without testing the goalkeeper with any of them - the most in the division.

Blunt Boro

Promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough continue to struggle against top teams this season. Defeat on Saturday at Bristol City was the fifth time they've lost against a side in the current top eight this season. They have just four points from a possible 21:

Troubled trio

And Middlesbrough, Hull and Sunderland have the fewest combined points of any three sides relegated from the Premier League since 2004/05. sbobet

They have just 62 points combined. Hull (19) and Sunderland (14) also have the fewest points of any relegated side from Premier League in Championship history - all of the other 40 sides (since 2004/05) have managed at least 22+ points at the 20-game mark.

League One

Last season, Oldham's Sky Bet League One games saw just 75 goals scored (1.6 per game) - 29 fewer than any other side. This season, their matches so far have seen 68 goals (3.4 per game) more than any other side in League One.

League Two

Only two League Two sides are on longer unbeaten runs than bottom-club Chesterfield, who are unbeaten in five. They've taken 12 points from their last seven games (L1) having taken just five points from their opening 13 games this season.
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