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UPDATE: Just found out that Sugar Bar is CLOSED on Mondays, so the meet will be on Tuesday. Please note new date and time. Apologies!!After 13 years, it’s good to be back in Buenos Aires. I’ve been reconnecting with old friends, exploring what’s new and unchanged, enjoying more than a few choris, empanadas, and asados, […]
On Friday, I’ll be in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for ten days. I’m going for personal reasons — a close friend is getting married — but football will definitely be on the agenda. Unfortunately, thanks to AFA’s unpredictable scheduling practices, matches involving me and my friend’s respective clubs –Vélez Sarsfield and Argentinos Juniors — that were […]
The poster and talk abstracts for the 2015 NESSIS — the New England Symposium on Statistics in Sports — are now available ahead of the event which will be held at Harvard on 26 September. The conference is known for its presentations that advanced statistical and data science methods to problems in a diverse collection […]
Following on from my most recent post, I present league projections for the 2015-16 English Premier League.A lot of people are visiting this site for the first time, so an explanation of these projections is in order. These league projections are a combination of expected goal statistics based on statistical output in previous seasons and […]
The 2015-16 European season is here, and it’s time to repeat a feature of the site: preseason league projection tables. This post will feature projections for the Dutch Eredivisie which starts this weekend.A lot of people are visiting this site for the first time, so an explanation of these projections is in order. These league […]