Football Facts, Streaks and Trends for 30.10.2023

Football Facts, Streaks and Trends

This page contains an extensive and comprehensive overview of football match facts, streaks, performance, statisctics, form and football-related trends from all around the world. Football fans can keep a tab on stats related to their favourite team or leagues of interest, and access a wide range of team performance data analytics, not only on the world’s most famous professional leagues, but also on regional leagues over the world.

Football Teams that have streaking sequences in winning or losing consecutive matches played in their championships are monitored and listed in this page.

These winning streaks are compiled by teams that have momentum and thus have their tails in the air. However, the losing streaks tend to be created by teams who are in bad performance and without much momentum, who are playing without a head and nearly being defeated before taking to the field.Football Match Facts, Streaks, Statisctics, Form and Trends

  • Atalanta have kept a clean sheet in 5 of their last 7 matches in Serie A.
  • There have been under 2.5 goals scored in 9 of Empoli’s last 11 games in Serie A.
  • Hammarby have drawn their last 3 matches in Allsvenskan.
  • Sirius have won with a 1 goal margin in their last 4 matches in Allsvenskan.
  • Elfsborg have won their last 4 matches in Allsvenskan.
  • Bodoe/Glimt have won their last 4 matches in Eliteserien.
  • Shamrock Rovers are undefeated in their last 9 matches in Airtricity League.
  • Sirius have won their last 5 matches in Allsvenskan.
  • Botosani have lost their last 3 matches in Liga I.
  • Bodoe/Glimt have scored at least 2 goals in 29 of their last 32 matches in Eliteserien.
  • Botosani have failed to win their last 13 matches in Liga I.
  • Shamrock Rovers have kept a clean sheet in 5 of their last 6 matches in Airtricity League.

Football Facts, Streaks and Trends

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Max Sommer

Max Sommer was born in Hamburg, Germany, and was raised in Berlin. He is double majored in Sports Management and International Relations, and spent a year studying abroad in France. A lifelong amateur football player and fan, Sommer joined World Football Rumours after covering French Ligue 1, German Bundesliga, Italian Serie A and Spanish La Liga for various football portals.

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