Division 4 Season 6 stats and facts. Twice a win a away from Division 2, will Leicester bounce back or do Celta Vigo have a cunning plan?
89 Keeper , 89 front line, should be enough to push Leicester back from where they came, and early season form backs that up. Basel have much the same arrangement, but with a bit less depth , not such a good start for them , which they can’t really afford as they may fade. Lowest placed team Liege should finish 3rd on the main rankings, although the alternate prediction system sees Olympiacos placing higher which is backed up early doors.
Looking up one division , you need around 87.3 to survive D3, which bodes well for the majority of teams , showing the gap between D4 an D3 is perhaps not that large. The deviation shows any team down to Crystal Palace has a realistic play off shout.
Celta Vigo have a midfield heavy side, this pushes them higher up in the alternative ranking system, although it isn’t helping much at the moment.
At the trap door end despite a good keeper, Zagreb are the weakest team in the league statistically. Dynamo Moscow and Bordeaux have some strength in depth, which could help them as the season goes on. Again the huge deviations in this division see any team up to Atalanta at threat of relegation, and with only half a point average difference between teams from Sau Paulo to Atalanta it is too tight to call.
Malaga could be the type of team to put together a good cup run , should they wish, without changing their prospects in the league much.