West Brom’s relegation: The damning statistics

Date published: Wednesday 9th May 2018 7:34

West Brom’s relegation from the Premier League has been confirmed after Southampton defeated Swansea at the Liberty Stadium on Tuesday night.

Here are some of the key numbers…

4 – The number of managers West Brom have had this season – Tony Pulis, Gary Megson, Alan Pardew and Darren Moore.

21 – The club’s longest ever run without a win in all competitions in their 140-year history came between August and January.

8 – A club-record run of successive Premier League defeats happened between January and March.

26 – The number of points West Brom have dropped from winning positions this season – the highest in the Premier League.

42.7% – The average possession of West Brom this season – the lowest in the Premier League.

14 – Goals scored from open play by West Brom this season – the lowest in the Premier League.

99 – The number of minutes played by January loan signing Daniel Sturridge.

5 – The number of matches unbeaten under Darren Moore since he took over as caretaker manager – the club’s best run of the season.

11 – The number of points Moore has won in his five Premier League games in charge, compared to eight in 18 matches under Alan Pardew and 10 from 12 under Tony Pulis.

1.5 to 1.7 – Points per game targeted by Alan Pardew on his appointment.

0.44 – Points per game achieved by Alan Pardew.

7 – The number of Premier League matches Salomon Rondon has scored in this season without winning any of them. He shares the record with Jordan Ayew who also did it during the 2015/16 season.

1 – The number of taxis players from the club have stolen this season.

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