February Fixture Analyzer – Premier League Analysis


Fixture Analyzer or Green Grid is an analysis done on the monthly fixtures of Premier League teams based on how difficult it is to accumulate points against their opponents, to score goals against their opponents and to defend goals against their opponents. In the Green Grid, the GREEN colored cells are the ones with (relatively) easy fixtures and the RED ones are the tough fixtures. More the number of GREEN cells for a team, easier the fixtures for the month will be.

GREEN GRID – February Fixture Analyzer – Opponent’s Points
GREEN GRID – February Fixture Analyzer – Opponent’s Points

Observations from Fixture Analyzer based on Opponent’s league points so far:

  1. Among the top 3 teams, Chelsea have the toughest task in terms of getting points in February. This puts Manchester City and Arsenal in an advantage to secure more points and gain lead with Chelsea.
  2. In the fight for Europa League spot, Southampton have favorable fixtures in February whereas Newcastle United have a tough month in the league. Everton, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United have fixtures with medium difficulty.
  3. Considering the first two scenarios, with a relatively easy fixture for Liverpool, we may expect Liverpool to stay in top four at the end of the month.
  4. Bottom Three Shake-up: We may expect a shake up in the bottom three positions as the current teams in relegation zone, West Ham, Fulham and Cardiff city, have easy fixtures than the ones (Crystal Palace, Stoke City and Sunderland) immediately above them.
GREEN GRID – February Fixture Analyzer – Opponent’s Goals Scored
GREEN GRID – February Fixture Analyzer – Opponent’s Goals Scored

How easy/difficult is it for the teams to be solid defensively?

  1. Defensive organization of Arsenal and Chelsea will be undergoing a lot of attack from the opponents. It will be difficult to concede less.
  2. Among the top 9 teams, Manchester City, Manchester United and Southampton face opponents who haven’t scored much in the league. Their defense players have an easier task at hand.
  3. Crystal Palace, Stoke City and Sunderland are the teams which will be thundered with goals by opponents in February.
GREEN GRID – February Fixture Analyzer – Opponent’s Goals Conceded
GREEN GRID – February Fixture Analyzer – Opponent’s Goals Conceded

How easy/difficult is it for the teams to score goals in January?

  1. Tottenham and Sunderland will face a tough time to score goals in February
  2. Chelsea and Newcastle United among the top 9 teams face teams which are very solid defensively. Their strike force will find it an uphill task to score against opponents.
  3. Southampton is the team in the top half with less resistance to score goals. After that, relatively Liverpool and Manchester City have lesser resistant forces from the opponents.

Share your views regarding the February fixtures of Barclays Premier League.

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5 thoughts on “February Fixture Analyzer – Premier League Analysis

  • February 6, 2014 at 09:39

    Is it just me or its the table? I’m confused I can’t figure out which are the green grids? Oh men!

    • February 6, 2014 at 10:49

      I reckon it’s the table. Color gradient caused this confusion. We’ll change the colors for the next analysis. Dark Green are the easy fixtures and Dark Red are the tough fixtures. Check the values to help you when in doubt.

      • February 7, 2014 at 08:35

        Great! Thanks sanky, will look forward for the next fixtures! Cheers! :))

  • April 16, 2014 at 05:50

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    He always kept chatting about this. I will forward this article to him.
    Pretty sure he will have a good read. Thank you for sharing!

    • April 16, 2014 at 07:21

      Thanks a ton for your kind words! 🙂


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