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PODCAST: Introduction to sequences and possessions

The latest episode of Three At The Back is now available to download.

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Host Tom Worville is joined by fellow OptaPro data scientists Johannes Harkins and Sam Gregory to discuss the new possessions framework, share insight on the process behind creating it and showcase examples and applications of the model in action, referencing German side RB Leipzig and new Liverpool signing Mohamed Salah.

Read the first article introducing this framework here.

Watch OptaPro’s analytical film on Borussia Dortmund that is underpinned by this possessions framework here.

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