Read about the key factors for the 4 teams playing on Super Sunday – strengths and weaknesses.


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Chelsea vs Southampton

  • Will Chelsea profit from Southampton’s weaknesses against Transitions?
  • How will Southampton cope with Chelsea’s Combination play & Through balls, from e.g. Fabregas?
  • Will Chelsea maintain with their high Conversion rate from Danger zone?
  • Can Southampton proceed with their high percentage of shots from Danger zone – and increase their efficiency?
  • How will Chelsea avoid Southamptons ability to set up rewarding shot position from Danger zone?
  • Will Southampton be successful with Through balls & Transitions?
  • Chelsea have had challenges with Clearances from Danger zone – can Southampton benefits from that?

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Manchester United vs. Tottenham

  • One of the best offensive weapons Manchester United have had this season, have been Solo actions. It tells a lot about Louis van Gaal’s challenges to put together a team with flair and rhythm.
  • Manchester United’s current Style of Play (many high crosses) might not be the solutions with that many gifted players.
  • David de Gea has the highest save percentage from Danger zone in Premier League.
  • Tottenham’s 1v1 defence is horrible! Solo actions from opponents are by that one of the keys through Tottenham’s defence.
  • Tottenham have been living highly on supplies from Eriksen and Kane, but they have struggled to rewarding good shot positions. They have the lowest percentage of shots from Danger zone in Premier League.
  • Eriksen and Kane are the key factors for Tottenham and if they can continue to deliver from e.g. Outside box, Tottenham are in the race for a top 4 spot.
  • Manchester United have shown weaknesses against Set pieces. Tottenham are razor-sharp in that discipline.

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