2012/13 season: EPL, La Liga, Serie A compared
Now that the 2012/13 is completed in Spain, England and Italy its time for a comparison.
The table below shows some stats comparison for the three leagues:
|EPL||La Liga||Serie A|
|Home wins %||43.7||49.7||46.6|
|Away wins %||27.9||28.2||28.2|
|Goalless draws %||9.2||6.6||8.9|
|First half goals||465||516||416|
|First half goals %||43.7||47.3||41.5|
|Second half goals||598||575||587|
|Second half goals %||56.3||52.7||58.5|
|Home team goals||592||641||568|
|Home team goals %||55.7||58.8||56.6|
|Away team goals||471||450||435|
|Away team goals %||44.3||41.2||43.4|
So the most number of goals were scored in La Liga with 1091 goals.
The Spanish top flight also had the highest percentage of home wins with almost 50 %. Also in that league Real Madrid did not lose a single home match.
Its also interesting to see that the number of away wins is almost the same across the three leagues. La Liga and Serie A have 107 away wins whilst the English Premier League stands at 106.
The goals per game ratio is lowest in Serie A at 2.6 compared to the highest value in La Liga at 2.9.