EFL League One stats have now been added

England EFL League One Stats

England’s EFL League One has been added to the site! You will find that the team at the middle of the league table Oxford United FC are rather unremarkable(And hence, I will never mention them again).

Best Overall Performance

Right now, Sheffield United stands at the top of the table with 57 points. Coming close is Scunthorpe United at 55 points and having scored the same number of goals. When you consider that Scunthorpe’s next match is one where they are likely to score, there is a good chance that Scunthorpe could reach the top of the league table soon.

Both Teams Scored

Two teams are tied at the top of the BTTS table, with Bury FC, and Bristol Rovers both having BTTS percentages of 75%. The other end of the BTTS table is another interesting story. Oldham Athletic has an at home BTTS of 8%, which pales compared to their away BTTS percentage at 36%. Of all the English clubs across the Premier League, Championship League and EFL League One, they have the interesting distinction of having the lowest BTTS percentage.

Clean Sheets & Best Defence

The EFL League One teams have mediocre clean sheets stats. The team with the highest clean sheet percentage are the Bolton Wanderers who sit near top of the table and has conceded the least amount of goals. With the best English League One team having a clean sheets percentage of 38%, it is safe to say that defence is not a strong suit for any League One teams.

Prediction Risk

There is a huge gap between the least and most predictable teams in the English League One. If you want to avoid the more unpredictable teams avoid: Bury FC, and Bristol Rovers, as they are extremely inconsistent in terms of scorelines (FootyStats Prediction Risk : 121% and 125% respectively). On the other hand, expect better predictability from Oldham Athletic and Bolton Wanderers with 23 percent and 35 percent respectively.

Failed to Score

Oldham Athletic might be consistent but are awful at scoring (Hint, they’re consistently bad). This is probably the reason behind their extremely low BTTS. With a FTS percentage of 65%, it doesn’t look good. This percentage only gets worse at home games(75%) and slightly better at away games(57%). They are the team to bet against when playing at home.

Feel free to check the stats for yourself on the England’s EFL League One page!

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