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We have unique packages for eight of the top Premier teams, Arsenal, Chelsea, Fulham, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham.
With the season just about to kick off, let’s have a look at last season’s stats before we speculate on whether Manchester United can win again with David Moyes in charge, and if QPR can claw their way back in.
2013 winners Manchester United scored the most goals with 86, the most wins, the least draws and the least defeats, but embarrassingly the most own-scored
QPR scored the least and had the least wins, so it is no wonder they were relegated to the Championship along with Wigan and Reading, who suffered seven defeats on the trot, twice!.
There were 380 matches played in last years’ Premier League, with 1063 goals. 44% were home wins and the remainder split almost evenly between draws and
The most exciting League in the world, however, resulted in 35 goalless draws, eight more than the 2011 season and ten more than 2010.
Manchester United’s Van Persie scored the most goals, 26. Once after he left Arsenal, four of their players, Theo Walcott, Santi Cazorla, Olivier Giroud
and Lukas Podolski stepped up to the plate and scored double figures.
Frank Lampard scored the most penalties for Chelsea, but Luis Suarez, despite all the controversy, scored the most goals per game with an impressive average of 0.7. Javier Hernandez at Manchester United had the fastest goal-scoring rate, averaging a goal every 118 minutes and 29 seconds.
Not surprisingly, Van Persie scored the most winning goals, Suarez the most hat-tricks with two, and Wayne Rooney the most doubles, four.
Poor old Brad Guzan conceded the most goals at Aston Villa.
The Refs and Penalties
The season’s most booked player was Dean Whitehead of Stoke City with 10 yellow cards. Howard Robb ref’d the most matches and gave out the most red and
yellow cards, but Robert Madley takes the title of most yellow cards given in a single game with 4.
Spurs and Swansea weren’t awarded a single penalty throughout the season. Maynor Figueroa of Wigan conceded more penalties than anyone else this season.
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