Sunderland Vs Fulham Preview | Stats, Odds & Key Players

Sunderland Vs Fulham Preview | Stats, Odds & Key Players

Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio will begin his first full season in charge of the Black Cats at home to Fulham on the opening day of the 2013/14 Premier League season. The game will be Saturday at lunchtime, as a host of new names on both sides look set to make their debuts on English soil. Di Canio’s revolution on Wearside has seen ten new players join his squad, whereas Martin Jol did the majority of his transfer dealings before …
Taarabt to Fulham | Chance to Fulfill his Potential | Taarabt Stats

Taarabt to Fulham | Chance to Fulfill his Potential | Taarabt Stats

The last two years didn’t go to plan for QPR in the Premier League with lacklustre performances and average players on high wages in abundance at Loftus Road resulted in their relegation back to the Championship. Adel Taarabt, the man who previously helped to get QPR to the top flight in exquisite style and was billed as a key man to keep the London club in the Premier League, is set to make a swift return with a move to …
Top Passers, Creators, Tacklers & Scorers in the Premier League So Far

Top Passers, Creators, Tacklers & Scorers in the Premier League So Far

With twenty-three matches played by all twenty clubs we thought we'd check our Stats Centre's Top Stats area and share some of the stats from it. We usually give Top Scorers lists but these can be found anywhere - instead today the first image below will show you the best mins per goal value for players that have played at least 450 minutes in the Premier League. No surprises that Javier Hernandez is top of the list, impressively, averaging a …
QPR find flair and grit in Taarabt and Mbia | Stats

QPR find flair and grit in Taarabt and Mbia | Stats

QPR fans have not had very much to sing about this season. The media had been enjoying the sensationalization of their disaster as the club failed to win a single game after 16 games in top-flight football. Many times this season, Loftus Road was filled with boos, targeted at Mark Hughes and his ‘negative’ tactics, or even players who seemed so psychologically shackled.  A lot of the time, it was hard to believe they were ever professional football players.  But …