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Article published on 2016-11-10 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
Chelsea lined up in the usual 3-4-3 formation and Everton switched to a 3-5-2 to try and counter our attack. They soon were forced into a 5-3-2 formation but couldn’t cope with our attack at 2-0 they switched to 4-2-3-1 and then went on to concede another 3 goals as Chelsea ran out 5-0 winners […]
Article published on 2016-11-04 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
Once again we look at @statszone for insight into our impressive 2-0 win away at Southampton. The result put Chelsea a point off the top of the table’ and limited the home side to just one shot on target – a Dusan Tadic free kick that was never really troubling Courtois. The blues lined up […]
Article published on 2016-10-27 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
Chelsea lined up in the now usual 3-4-3 as we look at @Statszone for insight into your comprehensive 4-0 victory over Manchester United. The game statistics were effected by Chelsea’s early goal. Pedro’s goal was the quickest scored in the league this season and Cahill adding a second early on in the first half changed […]
Article published on 2016-10-20 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
We once again look at @statszone for insight into our comprehensive 3-0 win over the champions Leicester. A result that inflicted Leicesters 100th away defeat in their premier League history. It also saw Costa score his 7th goal of the season and another Chelsea clean sheet. Chelsea continued with a 3-4-3 formation, and what was […]
Article published on 2016-10-06 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
Chelsea changed things around against Hull and we use @statszone to look at the numbers behind our 2-0 win over the Tigers. Three at the back, with Azpilicueta as the right-sided centre back, Alonso and Moses as the wing-backs. The third centre-back in previous games has been Kante as he often dropped deep between the centre-backs […]
Article published on 2016-09-29 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
We once again look at @statszone for insight into our disappointing and streak ending loss to Arsenal. Chelsea lined up with Fabregas instead of Oscar and I questioned this at the time, for me they are both ok footballers but they have different attributes against defensive teams that need picking open then Fabregas can be […]
Article published on 2016-09-21 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
Chelsea lost for the first time under Antonio Conte and it was in quite strange circumstances. We look at @statszone for the numbers. Matic spoke to Sky pre-match and mentioned how Chelsea were aware of Liverpool’s threat and had watched all the videos. It seemed like Chelsea were a bit fearful of our opponents and […]
Article published on 2016-09-15 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
Influence shows an attacking Chelsea, who effectively played a 3-4-3 with Kante dropping deep and our fullbacks pushing higher. Hazard and Willian supporting the striker and Oscar controlled midfield. Swansea’s switch from 3 to 4 at the back changed the game and Chelsea really failed to adjust and allowed Swansea to become settled defensively. The […]
Article published on 2016-08-31 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
Chelsea put on a master class in a 3-0 win over Burnley. Chelsea had all 10 of the game’s shots on target and if not for a good performance from Tom Heaton would have scored more. We look at @statszone for some numbers behind the game. Chelsea effectively played a 2-4-4 formation with the ball […]
Article published on 2016-08-24 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
We look at @statszone for insight and the numbers behind Chelsea’s 2-1 win at Watford. Like match day one, Chelsea needed a late Diego Costa goal to secure all three points. Chelsea did enough in the final 20 minutes to warrant the points but had struggled for the majority of the game. Watford played […]
Article published on 2016-08-18 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
A new season, a new manager and a fresh start. We look at @Statszone for the numbers behind our 2-1 win over West Ham. Chelsea lined up with a 4-1-4-1 formation with Matic playing more advanced than we have previously seen. Kante playing the holding role. Oscar was key in an all round performance, he […]
Article published on 2016-05-20 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
Chelsea ended the season in typical Hiddink fashion with a draw. We look @statszone for the final time this season for some insight into the numbers. Influence shows Fabregas as key and a good game from Baba. Azpilicueta is tucked in to play the end of the game as a CB as youth player Tomori moved […]
Article published on 2016-05-13 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
For the penultimate time this season, we use @statszone to take a look at Chelsea’s draw at Anfield. Chelsea started without Ivanovic, Zouma or Terry and Courtois of our usual back 5. Mikel dropped into defence and Fabregas deeper into midfield. Traore got the nod over an injured Costa. Influence shows a midfield battle, what was noticeable […]
Article published on 2016-05-11 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
Once again we take a look at @statszone form some numbers around Chelsea’s defeat to Sunderland. Just a brief one though with Liverpool up midweek. Pedro out for Hazard and Courtois back in goal, otherwise it was as you were for the team that recovered to deny Spurs’ any chance of title on Monday night. […]
Article published on 2016-05-06 by ChelseaStats in The Statszone.
Chelsea recovered a 2-0 half-time deficit to draw 2-2 and end Tottenham’s chances of a title and made former blues Claudio Ranieri, Robert Huth and Mark Schwarzer champions. Influence shows Azpilicueta, Ivanovic and Fabregas as key for Chelsea, whilst Rose and Walker were heavily involved for Spurs. It suggests a difficult game where passes are […]