We've logged every line-up in the 2017-18 season for the top six tiers of English football to see which teams tend to have a fairly settled starting XI and who sees frequent personnel changes. This page will be updated regularly as the season progresses.
If you're looking for some 'Both Teams To Score' tips to add to your coupon for this weekend's football, you've come to the right place! We've scoured the top seven tiers of English football to give you a statistical edge that may turn your accumulator losses into wins.
During the 2017-18 season, TSZ is logging all attendances for the top six non-league divisions (tiers 5 - 7 in the English football pyramid) in order to build up a picture of trends in non-league football. This article will be updated on a weekly basis and focuses on the variance in attendance when certain teams are involved.
Arsenal may have lost to Manchester United last weekend, but they will take comfort in the amount of chances that they created in defeat. They have won four of their last six matches and although away from home this weekend they are favourites to win...
Here we have compiled a list of active streaks in the top seven tiers of English football, from the Premier League all the way down to the Isthmian League. All streaks listed here do not carry over from last season and begun when the 2017/18 season commenced in each division.
Third plays host to fourth this weekend as Melbourne City will look to extend the four-point gap they currently have over the Central Coast Mariners. City have won two of their five matches at home while the Mariners have won just once away from home.
Newcastle Jets have the best away record in the A-League at present with 10 points from a possible 12 and they will look to extend this impressive form when they travel to seventh-placed Perth. Newcastle are the top goalscorers this season...
Saturday conjures up another Sydney derby and Sydney FC will be looking to get one over their cross-city rivals and solidify their place at the top of the table.
Wellington sit bottom of the table and they are yet to pick up a point on Australian soil this season. Brisbane are currently eighth in the table and although they are not in the best of form themselves they should have enough to make sure Wellington’s poor away form continues.
Everton are undergoing something of a resurgence since the appointment of Sam Allardyce as manager, winning their last two league outings and they will look to continue their recent form this weekend.
There is very little to split the teams in what will be a mid-table clash this weekend. Melbourne Victory are fifth while Adelaide United are currently one place above them in fifth. Both teams have won two of their last three matches...
It is the fixture that we have all been waiting for as the two Manchester clubs face off on Sunday. Neutrals will be hoping that United can continue their impressive home form...
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