during the Premier League match between West Bromwich Albion and Leicester City at The Hawthorns on April 29, 2017 in West Bromwich, England.

Big Six…

Before the Premier League started, there were two hot issues in terms of season forecasts. Who will win the title? Manchester City, or Liverpool? The second issue was a bit unusual. What will be the teams to complete the Big Six? For the first time in English league history, the Big Six has been the same for three consecutive years. Who can change this year? Leicester! In the first seven games of the season in the Premier League, Brendan Rodgers' team is overrun. The win over Newcastle has put her in 3 position and right after Chelsea, Arsenal, United have not convinced her yet.

But there is a strange element to Leicester this year. For a team that is based on possession of the ball and has two good and organizational breaks, it does not create the required number of phases. Leicester have scored 13 goals, the fourth-highest number in the Premier League with Bournemouth. But the stages that qualify for goals are on average 8. Only Newcastle, Crystal Palace and Aston Villa are the worst performers. There is, of course, the notion that Leicester ideally ends most of its phases. He scored five goals on Sunday, with their goal-only goals being at 1.8. Only the Wardy phase of the Albrington Pass was essentially a phase. The first goal of the experienced forward was from the corner, Ricardo Pereira had a great shot and there was an own goal and an unexpected finish by N'Didi. Finishing the phases properly and properly is a very good thing. But a team like Leicester had to make the most of it though it had Wardy to score from every angle and in every way.

One of the main reasons was Madison's absence due to an injury to Newcastle for Dennis Pratt to take his place. Madison was first on the list of 100 phases he created last year, of which 41 was a corner. This year, however, is 29os on the list behind Milivojevic and Westwood. So it is a key criterion that Leicester does not have so many phases. And though Madison made it to Tottenham Hotspur, his goal in the match was his first since 31 in the Premier League. In general it has very good technical and creative features, but sometimes does not make mature decisions in the game. Madison mostly needs to blackmail the shots less. And last year, in a decisive match against City that even claimed the title, Madison had a decision to change the data of a phase where his team would have scored. Instead of taking the ball to Albrington shoot.

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