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News and analysis from the OptaPro team.

.@AlexRathke provides a write-up of his #OptaProForum poster, an in-depth analysis of corners across Europe. bit.ly/1Hnj29V. Float. 7 hours ago

Featuring comment and insight from @MC_of_A, @mixedknuts & @11tegen11. Community. twitter.com/OptaSuit/statu… 8 hours ago

.@the_spearman combines Opta data and tracking data to showcase a passing model at the #OptaProForum. Probability. youtube.com/watch?v=0dbVAg… 29 Mar

The latest OptaPro podcast discusses data within German football after the OptaPro conference in Dortmund.… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 29 Mar

#OptaProForum - @the_spearman presents a passing probability model that combines event and tracking data. Ping. youtube.com/watch?v=0dbVAg… 29 Mar

FILM - @the_spearman showcases a passing probability model at the 2017 #OptaProForum. Thread. youtube.com/watch?v=0dbVAg… 29 Mar

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BLOG: Beyond the strike

In his first guest blog for OptaPro, John Robertson introduces a new metric to assess batting performance.
Posted by John Robertson at 00:00
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BLOG: Can Cook recover?

With calls for Alastair Cook to be dropped due to poor form, our cricket analysts look for precedents to a potential recovery.
Posted by Phil Oliver at 11:31
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NEWS: OptaPro Product Manager Vacancy

OptaPro are seeking an experienced Product Manager to join the team based in London.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 12:05

BLOG: England's Batting Conundrum

By using Opta’s vast cricket database, we can look at how England’s current batsmen performed in the last 3 Test series in the sub-continent. We can also effectively evaluate the options for England at the top of the order to replace the retired Andrew Strauss in a number of ways.
Posted by Danny StQuinton at 15:04

BLOG: Laying down the gauntlet to AB de Villiers

Following Mark Boucher’s horrific injury AB de Villiers will probably assume wicket-keeping responsibilities for SA. This blog evaluates the statistical merits of that move.
Posted by Sam Green at 18:21