EFL Stats Gallery: Shot maps, xT from dribbles, shots on target and more from Peterborough vs QPR | OneFootball

EFL Stats Gallery: Shot maps, xT from dribbles, shots on target and more from Peterborough vs QPR

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An injury-time winner from Siriki Dembélé earned a 2-1 victory for Peterborough United against Queens Park Rangers in the EFL Championship.

We’ve broken down all the key stats for you to digest, including;

* shot maps

* xT (expected threat)

* pass networks

* xG timelines

* defensive duels

* average positions and much more!

We also try to answer some questions for you with the visuals;

What was Peterborough United’s shot map in the match? How many positional attacks were created by Queens Park Rangers?

To navigate the stats gallery simply click on the numbers to move through the pages.

At the end of the gallery, you’ll be able to download the full PDF stats report.

Darren Ferguson made two changes to the starting line-up. Harrison Burrows and Joe Ward replaced Dan Butler and Josh Knight.

The average position of the team shows that Peterborough played in a 3-4-3 formation. Sammie Szmodics, Siriki Dembélé and Jorge Grant were the three attacking players.

QPR manager made two changes to his side from their 1-0 victory over Blackburn Rovers. Charlie Austin and Stefan Johansen came into the starting 11.

Lyndon Dykes led the attack for QPR and was supported by Ilias Chair and Charlie Austin. The team played in a 3-4-2-1 formation.

QPR had more possession of the ball and created 38 positional attacks in the game. Peterborough United players made 49 interceptions and 17 clearances. The match tempo was high for QPR.

Ilias Chair attempted three shots and six dribbles for the away team. Yoann Barbet attempted 12 passes into the opposition final third and made four recoveries in the opposition half. Nathan Thompson won five aerial duels.

Peterborough United attempted 12 shots for the home team and six shots were on target. The goals were scored from inside the opposition box and half of the shots were attempted from inside the opposition box.

QPR players attempted seven shots from inside the opposition box and attempted 13 shots in total. The expected goal rate was 1.81 for QPR.

The xT timeline shows that QPR created more threats in the match. They attempted the first shot after the first 15 minutes of the match. Peterborough United attempted two shots within the first five minutes of the match.

Harrison Burrows attempted 53 passes in the match. He attempted eight passes each towards Taylor, Dembélé and Szmodics. Jack Taylor received 37 passes.

Yoann Barbet attempted 100 passes for the away side. His 26 passes were towards Jimmy Dunne. Barbet was on the receiving end of 86 passes.

Sammie Szmodics attempted two smart passes and four crosses. His four passes landed in the opposition 18-yard box and three passes in the 6-yard box. Siriki Dembélé attempted three smart passes and his team completed only one smart pass out of the seven attempts.

Albert Danquah Adomah attempted 12 crosses for the away team. His 13 passes landed in the opposition box and five out of the 13 passes landed in the opposition 6-yard box. QPR players attempted five smart passes and two passes were successful.

Jack Taylor created the highest threat from passes for the home team. His xT from passes was 0.295 and was followed by Sammie Szmodics who created an xT of 0.172.

Jack Taylor created an xT of 0.082 from dribbles. Siriki Dembélé created the second-highest threat rate.

Ilias Chair created an xT of 0.606 from passes. The team created threats from the left and right sides of the attacking third.

Ilias Chair created an xT of 0.105 from dribbles. Albert Danquah Adomah created the second-highest threat rate.

Ollie Norburn contested nine defensive duels and won three out of them. He lost four duels and his two duels ended in a neutral result.

Peterborough United players lost only one aerial duel in the defensive third. Nathan Thompson contested six duels and won five out of them.

The team won most of their loose ball duels in the defensive third. Ollie Norburn won five duels and his other two duels ended in a neutral result.

Rob Dickie, Jimmy Dunne, Yoann Barbet and Stefan Marius Johansen won two defensive duels each for the away side.

Lyndon Dykes contested ten aerial duels and won four out of them. Jimmy Dunne won two aerial duels.

QPR won most of the loose ball duels towards the right side. Dominic Ball contested four duels and won three out of them.

QPR created more attacks than Peterborough but a late winner took the game away from the visitors. QPR dropped to the seventh position with 21 points. Peterborough United earned back-to-back wins for the first time this season.

If you want to download the stats report in PDF format you can do so here: EFL Championship Stats: Peterborough United vs Queens Park Rangers

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