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News and analysis from the OptaPro team.

OptaPro will again be attending the 2017 @TournoiToulon, taking place from 29th May until 10th June. bit.ly/2qkxslV. Future. 18 hours ago

.@EveryTeam_Mark shares a list of some of the most popular analytical articles from this past season. bit.ly/1iYMiem. Survey. 22 May

Scunthorpe United’s @HarryJamieson_ discusses his role with @footballfactman on the Different Game podcast. bit.ly/1Hnj29V. Iron. 18 May

This episode of #ThreeAtTheBack discusses the perception, application & evolution of performance data.… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 13 May

This episode is hosted by @ryanbahia and features @BenMackriell & @simonjfarrant, who makes his first… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 12 May

PODCAST: This episode of #ThreeAtTheBack focuses on the progression of applied data over the past 5 years.… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 12 May

Columbia University students use Opta data to dissect how teams can climb above the red line in @MLS. bit.ly/1Hnj29V. Playoffs. 4 May

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BLOG: La Liga bias

How do passing games differ in England and Spain?
Posted by Devin Pleuler at 10:37

NEWS: 'The Numbers Game' launch event

News about the launch event for Chris Anderson and David Sally's book, 'The Numbers Game'.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 11:23

GUEST BLOG: Big-5 league scores: half-time and full-time

This paper by Drs Loïc Ravenel and Raffaele Poli of the CIES Football Observatory analyses the score of big-5 league matches since the season 2003/04, both full-time and half-time.

NEWS: OptaPro announce exciting new addition to the analytics team

Opta is delighted to announce Devin Pleuler as the latest addition to our advanced analytics team.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 17:39

BLOG: Things we think we think

As part of OptaPro's year anniversary, we attempted something of an experiment: a crowd-sourced blog from some of the key players in the football analytics world.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 17:00