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9 hours ago, FoxFossil said:

So. What do you want for Christmas?

By 14th December we could have hit 40 points. Earliest avoidance of relegation ever?

Then 18th Dec through to EFL semi after thrashing Everton.

Then 21st Dec beat Man. City to go second.

Then 26th Dec beat Liverpool to go top.

Go on Santa, create a few more Crazy Stats for us.

Please :santa:. I will even leave out a full glass of single malt to wash down the mince pie and a whole bunch of carrots for Rudolph

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On 05/11/2019 at 21:30, StriderHiryu said:

Current “power” rankings which essentially indicate player form. Just look at how many Foxes there are!

 

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This is absolutely absurd... I’ve never seen a team have so many players in the top 10 which shows not only that we are a good team but that it’s a real team effort. 

 

The only bad news is that Pulisic is number one and I famously called him “the American Albrighton” earlier in the season. Whoops! :nigel:

Practically our entire starting eleven. Biggest surprise for me though is no Johnny Evans who has been colossal all season. We are MASSIVE.

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15 minutes ago, urban fox said:

Practically our entire starting eleven. Biggest surprise for me though is no Johnny Evans who has been colossal all season. We are MASSIVE.

Yeah I found that surprising too as these stats usually use clearance and tackle rates, and he has good stats for both. Kasper is the one I thought would be lower down given that he was almost a complete bystander in the Southampton game.

 

Regardless, awesome to see!

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Just now, StriderHiryu said:

Yeah I found that surprising too as these stats usually use clearance and tackle rates, and he has good stats for both. Kasper is the one I thought would be lower down given that he was almost a complete bystander in the Southampton game.

 

Regardless, awesome to see!

Think keeper stats are biased towards clean sheets perhaps?

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2 minutes ago, urban fox said:

Think keeper stats are biased towards clean sheets perhaps?

Aye that would explain it. Evans also missed an open goal against Southampton which might give negative points, etc. But I mean he has been as good as Soyuncu really. Soy is flashier and has something about him that endears him to the fans, but Evans is no nonsense consistent quality. I wonder actually how he's feeling, I get the feeling he might have at long last found the club he feels at home at. He's playing his best football of his career IMO and the on the job teaching he is giving Soyuncu cannot be underestimated. Soyuncu himself has said he has learnt so much from Evans, and it must be rewarding for Jonny to see not only the praise he's getting in the media, but also the satisfaction of knowing he's turning a good player into a great one next to him.

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4 wins out of 4 since our last international  break and the upcoming one.

 

Surely the best record since our promotion?

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27 minutes ago, Blue ROI said:

4 wins out of 4 since our last international  break and the upcoming one.

 

Surely the best record since our promotion?

Surely a record for most goals scored. 
 

And probably least conceded too. 

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35 minutes ago, Mehrez said:

Jamie Vardy goals this season: 11

Man Utd: 13

Just to add to this:

Southampton: 11

Norwich: 11

Newcastle: 11

Crystal Palace: 10

Watford: 8

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It will be difficult to sustain, but with Sheffield United conceding, we now have the least amount of goals scored against us in the league. Best defense in the league. Well done.

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On 06/11/2019 at 22:48, urban fox said:

Practically our entire starting eleven. Biggest surprise for me though is no Johnny Evans who has been colossal all season. We are MASSIVE.

Well by the looks of it goals is the main factor. No way ndidi and Evans shouldn’t be in the top 15

 

chilwell and Cags have scored recently and Perez had that hat trick.

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Just now, Blue ROI said:

We've only lost once at home since the Crystal Palace game in February. 

And that was Newcastle. The player who scored now plays for us.

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Not a Leicester one but I liked it. 

 

Yesterdays match against Chelsea was Crystal Palace's 10th consecutive match in London. 

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Second time we've managed 5 home wins in a row in the Premier League- Shakespeare's first five being the other time.

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We haven't lost Arsenal at home since 2015. (2-5)

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I prefer underdogs ... would I still pick this club today?  :D

 

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(yes, dammit.)

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