Football League Two Stats: Bristol Rovers VS Crawley Town

The game might have ended with a victory for the home side but Crawley Town’s XG of 1.37 was higher than that of the home side, 0.41. The Reds took twice the number of shots (17) as the home side and their shots on target (7) were on a similar level. In contrast, the Pirates could muster a total of 6 shots and only 3 on target. Since the game was mostly played in the home side’s half, their defensive stats (tackles, interceptions and clearances) surpassed that of the visitors. The visitors made a remarkable 41 recoveries in the opponent half. The possession stats were slightly in the favour of the visitors, 54% to home sides’ 46%. The possession disparity was much more evident in the final minutes of the game when Crawley Town produced a late onslaught as the game came to a closure.