The Premier League Season So Far | Data Day Live – 20th September
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The Premier League Season So Far | Data Day Live – 20th September

Reads from the Analyst
Reads from the Analyst
The Premier League Season So Far | Data Day Live - 20th September
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With the first international break ongoing, what better time to get ‘The Data Day Live’ panel together to look back at the Premier League season so far?

Join our own fab four of Duncan Alexander, Matt Furniss, Oliver Hopkins and Graham Bell as they bring you the latest insights into the Premier League season so far. From where it is going right for Arsenal at the top of the table to the challenges facing Leicester and West Ham United at the bottom, we also bring you the latest from our super computer on the latest predictions as to who will win the title and who might be relegated.

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If you liked this podcast, then please rate, review and subscribe to our show. You’ll find plenty more data-driven storytelling like this, including our five-part series looking back over the history of the Premier League, as well as plenty of other insights into competition. You can start your journey through history by listening to episode one, which looks back to the inaugural season which featured 22 teams playing in the top flight, as well as reflecting upon the initial dominance of Manchester United.

Don’t forget to listen to our brand new podcast ‘Stats Out of Context‘, which takes a closer look at some of the stats and metrics that go into the sport that we love with episode four focusing on long range goals.

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