This page brings you detailed and reliable La Liga xG data. xG (Expected Goals) is a powerful metric for realising the probability that a shot will end up in the back of the net. Analysing this data across a fixture, or season, can give you a true indication of team performance.
For example, if a team has recorded xG of 7.19 across their opening 4 fixtures but has scored just 2 goals, then this tells us that they are underperforming and should have scored more. We base this on the hundreds of thousands of shots that have been analysed.
For an introduction into xG, I would personally recommend this book by James Tippett. It was sent to me by a fellow OddAlerts user and just a couple of weeks later, I understood how important xG can be and this very page was built. This is just the start for xG and OddAlerts. Stay tuned on Telegram or Twitter for updates.