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  • How Norwich draw more, United draw blood and LFC-WBA ends in victory

    By Brian Sears 24 October 2013 A review by Sportingintelligence of all 8,306 games played in the 21 years and a few months of the Premier League shows that 2,232 of them have been draws, which is 26.9 per cent, with Norwich the club with the highest percentage of stalemates (of current clubs), and Manchester […]

  • Nail-biters Norwich host City as best team at taking results to the wire

    By Brian Sears 13 April 2012 After the surprise defeat of Manchester United by Wigan in midweek – a result that gave Wigan their first ever points against United in 14 league meetings – the title race has become a little more open again. With five games to play, Manchester City trail United by a mere […]

  • QPR, Norwich and Swansea’s starts give them at least 76% survival chance

    By Brian Sears 24 November 2011 As Swansea City’s manager Brendan Rodgers starts talks about a new contract, analysis by Sportingintelligence shows that Swansea and their fellow promoted teams in the Premier League – QPR and Norwich – each have at least a 76 per cent chance of survival this season, based on their decent […]

  • Norwich the kings of the Football League in 2010, Forest invincible at home

    By Brian Sears 31 December 2010 Nowich City won more matches in the league in 2010 than any other club in English professional football, and those 27 victories put them in No1 place in our composite table of Football League clubs for the calendar year. (See below). The table does not distinguish between divisions, counting […]

  • Football League crowds head for 50-year high thanks to Newcastle and Norwich

    By Brian Sears 9 March 2010 English football crowds outside the Premier League are on course to defy the worst recession in decades and hit a 50-year high, with large credit due to the Championship table-toppers, Newcastle United, and their League One counterparts, Norwich City. According to statistical projections by sportingintelligence, crowds in the Football […]

  • Where the money went: £150m United pip Man City in PL cash race

    By Sportingintelligence 17 May 2018 Manchester City’s stunning and record-breaking Premier League title win in Pep Guardiola’s second season as a manager in England earned them almost £150m in prize cash, with official figures released today showing they have pocketed £149,438,654 from central funds alone. The money comes primarily from the PL’s huge TV deals but […]

  • Where the money went: Chelsea top prize cash table with £151m

    By Sportingintelligence 1 June 2017 Chelsea’s Premier League title win in Antonio Conte’s first season as a manager in England earned them almost £151m in prize cash, with official figures released today showing they have pocketed £150,811,183 from central funds alone. The money comes primarily from the PL’s huge TV deals but also includes Chelsea’s share of […]

  • Where the money went: Arsenal top PL prize cash table with £101m

    By Sportingintelligence 24 May 2016 Leicester’s miraculous 5000-1 Premier League title win in 2015-16 made them globally famous but the prize money table for the season was topped by Arsenal, with official figures released today showing they have pocketed £100,952,257 from central funds alone. The money comes primarily from the PL’s huge TV deals but also includes Arsenal’s share […]

  • Villa’s relegation at Old Trafford will be a fitting way to go down

    By Brian Sears  15 April 2016 Barring victory for Aston Villa this weekend combined with defeat for Norwich, then Villa’s relegation to the Championship will be confirmed as mathematical fact on Saturday. The seven ‘ever present’ clubs of the Premier League era will be six and we dealt with Villa’s demise here. You don’t need to go […]

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