Soccer matches as experiments: how often does the 'best' team win?

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Soccer matches as experiments: how often does the 'best' team win?
Author(s)
Skinner G, Freeman G
Publication Title
JOURNAL OF APPLIED STATISTICS
Publication Title (abbreviated)
J APPL STAT
Publication Date
2009
DOI
10.1080/02664760802715922
ISSN
0266-4763
Volume
36
Issue
10
Page Count
9
First Page
1087
Last Page
1095
Keyword(s)
Statistics & Probability, football, soccer, experiment design, Poisson statistics, Bayesian
Citation
Skinner G, Freeman G. Soccer matches as experiments: how often does the 'best' team win?. J APPL STAT. 2009;36 (10):1087-1095.
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