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EasyforDennis

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Home advantage?
« on November 21, 2020, 05:44:28 pm by EasyforDennis »
Due to no supporters attending GAMES, home advantage has gone out of the window this season. Interested to hear that in the Premier League there have been significantly more away wins than home wins so far. It would be interesting to see if the same applies in the EFL.

since-1969

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Re: Home advantage?
« Reply #1 on November 21, 2020, 06:06:04 pm by since-1969 »
Due to no supporters attending GAMES, home advantage has gone out of the window this season. Interested to hear that in the Premier League there have been significantly more away wins than home wins so far. It would be interesting to see if the same applies in the EFL.
There has been as many away wins as home wins . The lack of crowds has played its part and its a poor excuse if you loose IMO !!!

Draytonian III

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Re: Home advantage?
« Reply #2 on November 21, 2020, 09:49:24 pm by Draytonian III »
With the away wins you’d be surprised how many have both teams scoring and have a penalty to the away team

Donnywolf

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Re: Home advantage?
« Reply #3 on November 22, 2020, 07:04:40 am by Donnywolf »
Except not yesterday thanks Ref. Looked like a Pen on my one viewing but not to the Ref on his one viewing so he must have got it right

drfchound

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Re: Home advantage?
« Reply #4 on November 22, 2020, 08:04:31 pm by drfchound »
Have we got a rate the ref thread for the Sunderland game.

Bentley Bullet

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Re: Home advantage?
« Reply #5 on November 22, 2020, 08:52:22 pm by Bentley Bullet »
Another factor to consider is less referee intimidation with no fans in the ground.

GazLaz

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Re: Home advantage?
« Reply #6 on November 23, 2020, 09:25:15 am by GazLaz »
Home advantage is best measured by goals scored home vs away rather than results. There is still a HA although it’s reduced.

EasyforDennis

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Re: Home advantage?
« Reply #7 on November 23, 2020, 10:30:47 am by EasyforDennis »
Home advantage is best measured by goals scored home vs away rather than results. There is still a HA although it’s reduced.

Ridiculous. Its results that matter not goals scored.

GazLaz

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« Reply #8 on November 23, 2020, 11:08:04 am by GazLaz »
Home advantage is best measured by goals scored home vs away rather than results. There is still a HA although it’s reduced.

Ridiculous. Its results that matter not goals scored.

One leads to the other obviously, if there are more home goals than away goals there will be more home wins in the long term. Goals is the way to measure HA across the board.

EasyforDennis

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Re: Home advantage?
« Reply #9 on November 23, 2020, 11:37:31 am by EasyforDennis »
Home advantage is best measured by goals scored home vs away rather than results. There is still a HA although it’s reduced.

Ridiculous. Its results that matter not goals scored.

One leads to the other obviously, if there are more home goals than away goals there will be more home wins in the long term. Goals is the way to measure HA across the board.

So in a hypothetical situation where we have played 20 games. 10 at home where we have won 1 game 10-0 and lost the others 1-0 each game. 10 away where we have won 9 of the 1-0 and drawn the other 0-0.
We are better at home because we have scored more goals at home?

GazLaz

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Re: Home advantage?
« Reply #10 on November 23, 2020, 12:52:03 pm by GazLaz »
Home advantage is best measured by goals scored home vs away rather than results. There is still a HA although it’s reduced.

Ridiculous. Its results that matter not goals scored.

One leads to the other obviously, if there are more home goals than away goals there will be more home wins in the long term. Goals is the way to measure HA across the board.

So in a hypothetical situation where we have played 20 games. 10 at home where we have won 1 game 10-0 and lost the others 1-0 each game. 10 away where we have won 9 of the 1-0 and drawn the other 0-0.
We are better at home because we have scored more goals at home?

You can’t judge anything on a 20 game sample anyway so that’s just nonsense and implies how much you actually know.