It could be one of the tightest battles ever as to who will clinch the Premier League Golden Boot. Thankfully, ‘The Data Day Live’ is here to help run through some of the key participants as well as the data behind why they might be successful in the 2022/2023 season.
As well as looking at the Premier League Golden Boot, Matt Furniss and Graham Bell also reflected upon the Lionesses success at the Women’s European Championship, as well as a bit of a deep dive into the opening weekend of the Championship season that featured despair for one of the hosts and a hopeful conclusion for the other.
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