|Arsenal – Manchester City||1 – 4|
|Everton – Newcastle||1 – 4|
|Leeds – Leicester||1 – 1|
|Nottingham Forest – Brighton||3 – 1|
|Tottenham – Manchester United||2 – 2|
|West Ham – Liverpool||1 – 2|
|Wolves – Crystal Palace||2 – 0|
|Aston Villa – Fulham||1 – 0|
|Chelsea – Brentford||0 – 2|
The most interesting stats of the Match Day
The match between Newcastle and Everton ended in a decisive victory for Newcastle with a score of 4 – 1. Callum Wilson was the star of the show, scoring two goals in the match. This puts their total goal tally for the Match Day at an impressive 26 goals, two of which were from penalties. Although this is 13% lower than the previous Match Day’s goal tally of 27, it is still an impressive number. The fastest goal scored on this day was from Joachim Andersen at Crystal Palace, who scored within three minutes against Wolves to give his team a 2 – 0 victory.
Destroyer of the Match Day:
Everton put up an impressive defensive performance in their match against Chelsea, with 16 interceptions, 5 blocks, and 20 tackles. Unfortunately, the goalkeeper was unable to keep out Chelsea’s lone goal, despite making 3 saves. Overall they had 44 destroying actions on the day but were unable to come away with a win as the game ended 0-1. Despite their fantastic effort in this game, Everton are still behind Leeds who have averaged 39 destroying actions per match day this season so far.
Creator of the Match Day:
Leicester had an impressive performance in their match against Brentford, winning 120 duels and having a total of 138 actions. They managed to get 3 shots on target and 15 off target, resulting in a draw of 2-2. Leicester’s results are quite impressive considering that Leeds currently holds the highest season average with 130 actions per Match Day. This speaks volumes about Leicester’s ability to compete at the highest level and shows they are not to be underestimated going forward.
The team with the best pass accuracy:
Chelsea had the best passing accuracy in the league this season, with 88% of 698 passes completed. Manchester City were the best team overall, completing 92% of their passes per Match Day. Brentford had the worst pass accuracy of 65%, and were also the worst-performing team this season with a 77% pass accuracy per Match Day. It is clear that passing accuracy played an important role in determining how successful teams were this season, and Chelsea demonstrated that they have mastered it better than any other side.
Keylor Navas had an impressive performance for Nottingham Forest on April 26 2023, making 33 saves during their game with Brighton. His strong show of skill proved to be the deciding factor as his team went on to win 3-1. The match with the most cards shown was between Wolves and Crystal Palace, which ended in a 2-0 result. 9 yellow cards were shown throughout that game, but no red cards were issued. With both teams playing well and fiercely competitively, it was clear that the referee had his work cut out for him!
There is a top 3 of players with yellow and red cards this season:
- João_Palhinha, yellow + 0 red (Fulham)
- Rúben_Neves, yellow + 0 red (Wolves)
- Cheick_Doucouré, yellow + 1 red (Crystal_Palace)
The topscorers list in the league:
- Erling Haaland, 33 (Manchester City) ( + 1).
- Harry Kane, 24 (Tottenham) ( + 0).
- Ivan Toney, 19 (Brentford) ( + 0).
- Mohamed Salah, 16 (Liverpool) ( + 0).
- Marcus Rashford, 16 (Manchester United) ( + 1).
In terms of assists — here is top 5 players:
- Kevin De Bruyne , 16 (Manchester City) ( + 1).
- Bukayo Saka , 11 (Arsenal) ( + 0).
- Leandro Trossard , 10 (Brighton) ( + 1).
- Dango Ouattara , 8 (Bournemouth) ( + 0).
- Andrew Robertson , 8 (Liverpool) ( + 1).
The best goalkeepers:
- David Raya (Brentford) — 136 saves during the season ( + 4)
- Bernd Leno (Fulham) — 119 saves during the season ( + 2)
- Jordan Pickford (Everton) — 111 saves during the season ( + 3)
- José Sá (Wolves) — 98 saves during the season ( + 4)
- Alisson (Liverpool) — 94 saves during the season ( + 1)
League table right now:
The next Match Day will start April 30 at 13:00 (UTC) at Bournemouth, Dorset on (Vitality Stadium) with the game Bournemouth vs Leeds.