Revealed: Where Leeds United SHOULD have finished in the Premier League - according to data experts
All in all Leeds United will be delighted with their ninth-placed finish in the Premier League.
The Whites enjoyed a stellar return to the top flight, picking up a number of eye-catching results, and winning over an army of neutrals in the process.
In total Leeds picked up 59 points, scoring 62 goals and conceding 54 – but how should they have fared in 2020/21?
Expected goals, or xG for short, is a metric used to determine how many time a side should score over the course of 90 minutes based on the quality of chances they create.
Of course that also means that there is a tally of expected goals conceded, and using these two figures, it’s possible to determine how many points a team is expected to take from a match.
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