|Friday 14 January|
|Streaks and sequences|
4th consecutive game where Brighton scored.
2nd consecutive home game where Brighton scored.
2nd consecutive game where Crystal Palace conceded.
5th consecutive away game where Crystal Palace conceded.
3rd consecutive game where Crystal Palace scored.
3rd consecutive game where Brighton conceded.
|Lead durations in 90 minutes of regular time|
|Outcome Surprise-level relative to pre-match PPG|
|Points Per Game (before the match)|
|Brighton at home||Crystal Palace away||Difference||Total|
|(any scoreline)||(Difference / Total) * 100|
|Scale: from 0 (less surprising) to 100 (more surprising)|
More information on the calculation of the Outcome surprise-level is outlined in the following blog article:
Evaluating surprising results
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