Shots on Target ticker: Gameweek 15

Here are my Shots on Target and Shots on Target Conceded tickers for Gameweek 15.

Shots on Target ticker GW15-20 2015-16

Shots on Target Conceded ticker GW15-20 2015-16

The total number of shots on target in the Premier League in Gameweek 14 matched the combined shots on target ticker values for the week. The range of difference from the ticker values was 10.79. Six teams were within two shots on target of their ticker value.

Bournemouth’s epic match against Everton saw the South Coast side hit 10 shots on target, exceeding their ticker value for the game by 6.45. Manchester City also had a good week with nine shots on target against Southampton. The Citizens surpassed their ticker value by 3.91.

Swansea City’s ticker value was 4.32, but their declining offensive threat was demonstrated by a failure to hit the target against Liverpool. Meanwhile, Chelsea’s improving defence limited Tottenham Hotspur to four shots on target, 4.34 below the ticker value.

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2 thoughts on “Shots on Target ticker: Gameweek 15

    • The ticker is derived from Shots on Target taken and conceded so far this season so if Arsenal’s shots on target production declines during the absence of Sanchez it may take a few weeks to filter through. It’s a good point worth keeping in mind when assessing the ticker values.

      I wasn’t planning to do another comprehensive sweep of midfielders as I did that a couple of weeks ago when Payet was injured. However I will probably take a look at a couple of the more expensive options that people are considering as Sánchez replacements.

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