In this Python Tutorial I will plot event data from StatsBomb in a few different scenarios. This will include shots and passes from a single match. This data will be called using the StatsBomb python library and reformatted entirely in Python. I hope you enjoy.
In this weeks tutorial, we are expanding on the shot plot we created in R by adding some extra information to easily understand the plot and some context around it. This will include cards which total up shots and are coloured based on the if this game was above or below an average for the season. We will also have a matrix at the bottom, highlighting how the shots were created such as from a corner or open play.
This post is aimed at walking through one method of comparing players upon specific metrics within a league setting. For this example I will use a couple of different metrics from the free StatsBomb FA WSL dataset.
What a month of Women’s football we had, culminating in a final where the USA were made to earn their fourth World Cup title. The Netherlands however, can be proud of their achievements, making their first final in their second world cup appearance. Let’s summarise the match quickly.
Team Name Goals Shots Shots On Target xG Passes Successful Pass % Netherlands 0 6 4 0.
The Fifa Women’s World Cup is coming to a close and the race for the golden boot is tight, with the top 3 all still involved in the tournament (Table 1).
Player Name Team Name Goals Shots xG Alex Morgan United States 6 20 2.19 Ellen White England 6 18 3.
The knockout round of the Women’s World Cup has arrived. After two weeks of group phase matches, the last 16 has been decided. All of the top nations made it through which has set up a couple tough looking matches. So let’s breakdown a couple of these matches and look how these teams progressed through to this stage of the tournament.
Canada made it through to the knockout phase after finishing second in Group E, after winning 2 matches and losing to the Netherlands.
It’s been a few days since I last posted about the Women’s World Cup, and with the end of the second round of games I thought now would be a good time as any to put together a summary of where each group is at, looking ahead to the final round of games. So let’s get right in to it.
This group has so far been all about the host nation, who with one game to go have already qualified for the knockout rounds.