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“I noticed the expected goals score for Cardiff v Huddersfield was 0.12 v 0.39. Is it the lowest-xG-scoring game ever?” asks Phil Dodds. “Is 0.12 the lowest individual xG recorded?”

“0.12 wasn’t even the lowest xG score recorded in that round of games,” writes Paul Fulcher (look here for an explanation of xG). “Wolves clocked up a score of 0.10 just two days later in their 3-0 (or in xG terms 3.12-0.10) defeat against Manchester City. Burnley managed 0.11 in September’s win at Cardiff when Burnley actually scored twice.”

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