URef Matchday 13 Review
Referee of the Week: PAUL TIERNEY
- Paul Tierney received an outstanding 4.3 / 5 Match Performance Rating in the Watford V Burnley fixture. Tierney controlled the game masterfully, displaying quality in his decision making and consistency with his interpretations on the game.
Key Decision Approval Rating: 66%
- 6 of the 9 Key Decisions that were made in Matchday 13 were deemed correct in the eyes of the fans.
Team Stat of the Week: Arsenal concede 6 Yellow Cards and have the Worst Discipline in the Premier League
- Arsenal conceded a whopping 6 Yellow Cards in their 2-2 Draw against Southampton.
- Arsenal concede the most Yellow Cards in the Premier League, averaging a hefty 2.62 per game ~ 0.39 per game more than any other PL Team.
Insight of the Week: Simon Hooper’s 50% Away Team Win Percentage
- URef highlighted the fact that when Simon Hooper Referees in the Premier League, the Away Team Wins 50% of Matches. Right on queue, Wolves defeated Bournemouth as the away side at the Vitality Stadium.
Best Decision of the Week: Mike Dean
- Dean’s decision to award Leicester a 78th Minute Penalty after Webster brought Gray down in the box was the most approved key decision of the week.
- 86% of Fans agreed with Dean’s call.
Bad Romance: Arsenal and Stuart Attwell
- Arsenal win just 20% of Premier League matches under Attwell. He is their worst PL Referee in terms of Win Rate.
Spooky Stat of the Week: Anthony Taylor Averaging 4.75 Yellow Cards in Season 2019/2020
- Anthony Taylor maintained his reputation as the biggest card slinger in the Premier League this season. Taylor issued 8 Yellow Cards in the Everton V Norwich fixture and is leading the table by some margin in terms of Yellow Cards issued per game.