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BEER & BIKES (Minnesota)

2018.05.10 02:52 Melchizedeck44 BEER & BIKES (Minnesota)

A subreddit for the BEER & BIKES group in Minnesota. We ride to different breweries every Wednesday evening at 6pm, starting out from the north metro area in New Brighton.
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2020.09.22 13:26 ProjectTreadstone ASM Replacement Options

So yeah, there has been a replacement thread but with no real information, wanted to go a little bit more in-depth.
Let's start with his availability - per Ben Dinnery on twitter he could return vs Spurs:
“He tweaked his ankle making a challenge. He had it scanned and we don’t think it’s too serious. I’ve just seen him this morning - he’s walking normally... [However] I think the cup tie [tomorrow] might be too early for him."
Despite that fact, with TOT(A), BUR(H) & MUN(H) it might be a good moment to move him. Spurs haven't been good defensively but Saint-Maximin himself looked really bad, so with an injury concern it makes for an easy move.
Also, he's due a price drop - @ -98.8 per fplstatistics as of right now.
So, let's take a look at some replacements in below 6m bracket. For the sake of this post I won't analyse Zaha, Foden (despite City rotation) or Barnes (despite playing City) even though they are perfectly viable options, but few people can afford a move like that.
Would love to read opinions, stats, takes, different angles to these discussed here and those not discussed as well. It's just a quick summary and there are A LOT of things I will not include. Also after 2 GWs there is really not a lot of data to follow.
1) Mateusz Klich - for me the best option out of Leeds 5.5/5.6 midfielders and possibly out of all in the post. He's nailed on as can be and on pens, which have been being given left and right. I think given Bielsa attacking system and him being on penalties, we can expect ~12 attacking returns this season from him, which at that price would be really good. Maybe even more than 12.
There are a few red flags, however. He won't keep up the pace. Leeds have overachieved massively so far, scoring 7 goals from 2,7 xG. His assist came from a 0.09 xG/xA chance from Patrick Bamford and he's not creating much, although does get involved inside the box. Short term they are playing Sheffield, who, fair enough, have been quite poor so far, but then it's City, Wolves, away to solid-post-restart-defensively Villa, Leicester... I still think it's worth getting him in for a set&forget 4th/5th starting mid, but short-term he might not be the best option, which makes this whole excercise interesting.
On a sidenote - the pronunciation of his surname ends with h - like in however. It's not Click. Been driving me crazy listening to all the FPL-related content. Source: am Polish.
2) Matheus Pereira - West Brom's talisman. No denying he's a quality player, he showed that last season and his freekick was an absolute peach. There is one big problem though, he's West Brom's talisman. All due respect, they're shite. Not sure how much can we expect from them and him, on the other hand though if they creaty anything, most likely he'll be involved in that. On freekicks and corners, Not convinced he can do enough against Premier League teams, first two matches haven't been too promising on West Brom's side - fair enough, both tough fixtures and tough to evaluate the Everton match having played 45+ mins in 10 men, but still. Fixtures: CHE(H), SOU(A), BUR(H). Not terrible, not great. On the fence here.
3) Leandro Trossard - I really like him as a player. Last season he had 5G/5A in 2000 minutes and I really liked him as a punt for good runs of fixtures, unfortunately he got rotated and injured quite a bit. With Graham Potter's offensive gameplan, Lamptey running rampant on the right and Brighton looking really good overall I think he's a really reasonable option. He might have used a better finisher, Maupay and Connolly are good though. Not a primary set piece taker which is a bummer. If he didn't play United (H) and then away to Everton at the Goodison he'd be my pick, but I expect United to pick themselfes up, and Everton look a very tough opponent to start the season. With these fixtures it's hard to justify picking him, although Brighton look good and form seems to be there. The biggest differential of all at just 0.9% ownership.
4) Daniel Castelo Podence - He looked class yesterday. Playing really high up the pitch for the Wolves side. However, a potential rotation risk with Neto, whom Nuno seems to like & w/ Traore likely to play higher up the pitch after signing Semedo. Also, supposedly he had been having big finishing problems at Olympiakos which proved correct yesterday. Wolves are rock-solid though and are playing WHU(A), FUL(H) and leaky LEE(A) in the next 3. Very tempting.
5) Dwight McNeil - haven't seen him play and not as promising on the stats' side and he's playing for an inherently defensive-minded team. I liked him as a 5.5, 6 might be a bit much. But would love to hear from a Burnley fan in the comments.
After transfering Auba -> KdB as planned before the season I'm wondering if it's worth to pull the plug on ASM for a -4, but decided to play a little more aggressively this season so I'll probably do so. Myself I'm leaning towards Klich but it's close. Clock is ticking.
edit: I should mention that Soucek is obviously a great option, even though his fixtures are less than optimal. He looks very threatening and is due a header goal or two. For 5.0 He seems great value for money.
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2020.09.17 18:41 futebolstats Como assistir Brighton x Portsmouth Futebol AO VIVO – Copa da Liga Inglesa 2020

O jogo envolvendo Brighton x Portsmouth será realizado nesta quinta-feira (17). A disputa é válida pela 2ª rodada da Copa da Liga Inglesa de 2020/21. A partida está programada para começar às 15h45 (horário de Brasília) e o duelo entre as equipes vai acontecer no Falmer Stadium, localizado em Brighton, na Inglaterra.
Clique AQUI e ganhe 30 dias de DAZN Grátis

ASSISTIR AO VIVO NA TV:

A partida será transmitida no canal ESPN*.

ASSISTIR AO VIVO NA INTERNET:

Através do WatchESPN* você poderá assistir o jogo de hoje ao vivo pela internet. Portanto, acesse o site pelo seu notebook, celular, tablet ou outro dispositivo. Além disso, poderá assistir o jogo através do aplicativo oficial.
*Lembrando que para assistir a partida é necessário ter uma assinatura ativa no canal.
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PROVÁVEL ESCALAÇÃO:

Brighton:Ryan; Lamptey, White, Dunk, Webster, March; Bissouma, Alzate, Lallan; Trossard, Maupay.
Técnico: Graham Potter
Portsmouth:MacGillivray; Johnson, Whatmough, Raggett, Brown; Naylor, Morris, Evans, Harness, Curtis; Marquis.
Técnico: Kenny Jackett
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Brighton x Portsmouth – HISTÓRICO DE CONFRONTOS**

As duas equipes já se encontraram em 39 jogos oficiais na história. O Brighton já venceu a equipe adversária em 16 duelos. Já o Portsmouth conseguiu superar seu rival em 13 partidas. Assim como ficaram no empate em 10 jogos disputados.
Além disso, a equipe do Brighton já marcou 53 gols neste duelo. Enquanto o time do Portsmouth balançou as redes adversárias 58 vezes.
**Números do site oGol (somente jogos oficiais, não inclui partidas amistosas)
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2020.09.17 16:49 tnerappa Predicting the Premier League Table for the 20-21 season using historical seasons from the start of decades

I was creating a comment for Trivia Thursday on the First Division season fifty years ago and it got me thinking - do top level clubs work like werewolves? Do they only get stronger on a yearly rotation, like werewolves are released under a full moon?
To test this galaxy brain theory, I have the perfect subject- the start of a decade season has started in the Premier League, so can I predict the coming Premier League by looking at the football league tables at the start of each decade since the English Football League has begun?
To do this, I had to look through historical data. The problem is the current format of the English Football Leagues begun with the Premier League in the 90's, so comparing historical data is difficult. To do this, I will use golf scores:
If a team finishes 1st in the First Division, they get a score of 1. If there are 20 teams in the First Division, and another team finishes 1st in the Second Division, they get a score of 21. All of those scores added together, divided by the total seasons they have been in the leagues (as Aston Villa, Burnley, Everton, Wolverhampton and West Brom were the only five teams in the 1890-91 season in the current Premier League) gives you a score per season rating. Ranked up, this tells you how powerful a club is at the start of a decade and there's absolutely no external factors that could possibly exist to determine team strength.
League seasons I have included: 1890-91,1900-01,1910-11, 1920-21, 1930-31, 1950-51, 1960-61, 1970-71, 1980-81, 1990-91, 2000-01, 2010-11.
So with this in mind, this is how the Premier League Table will look in 2020-21:
Pos Club Total Score from all seasons Seasons in dataset Score/Season
1 Arsenal 47 10 4.70
2 Manchester United 70 10 7.00
3 Tottenham 73 11 7.30
4 Liverpool 82 11 7.45
5 Everton 130 12 10.83
6 Manchester City 124 11 11.27
7 Aston Villa 145 12 12.08
8 Chelsea 144 10 14.40
9 Newcastle 160 11 14.55
10 West Brom 165 12 14.75
11 Wolverhampton 183 12 15.58
12 Leeds 188 9 20.89
13 West Ham 196 9 21.78
14 Southampton 224 9 24.89
15 Burnley 304 12 25.33
16 Leicester City 285 11 25.91
17 Sheffield United 287 11 26.09
18 Fulham 346 10 34.60
19 Crystal Palace 355 9 39.44
20 Brighton 421 9 46.78
  1. Based on this bulletproof analysis, Arsenal return to the top of the tree for the first time since 2003-04 under the guidance of Arteta. Elneny turns into Prime Zidane, runs the Premier League dry, and Saka gets Young Player of the Year after scoring 25 goals this year.
  2. Manchester United return to second. Donny van de Beek makes a huge difference to the midfield, and Mason Greenwood wins golden boot scoring 47 goals.
  3. José Mourinho guides Tottenham to third. Bale reinvigorates the team and has a brilliant season, including scoring a 30 yard overhead kick against Southampton. Kane injures his ankle again, but Lucas Moura magically grows by a foot and becomes an excellent backup striker.
  4. Liverpool can't keep up the intensity of the previous seasons but still contest Tottenham for third.
  5. Everton make a huge leap forward, following the triple signings of Allan, Doucoure and James Rodriguez. James runs the show hitting double figures in goals and assists, and flights from Bogota to Liverpool increase by 470000% as the nation treats Liverpool like a pilgrimage. Still finish below Liverpool though.
  6. The wheels fall of Pep's passing train. After a rocky season mired with defensive issues and injuries no consistency can be built.
  7. Aston Villa, jubilant after the contract signing of Grealish, go on to charge up the Premier League table cemeting themselves back in the top division. Ollie Watkins is explosive, forming a formidable attacking side with enough defensive rigidity to play an attacking brand of football.
  8. Chelsea have an extremely rough season after a squad revamp. The players don't jel, Werner suffers a serious injury and Havertz causes a storm when it turns out he faked his date of birth and he's actually fifteen.
  9. Newcastle's transfers go to plan with Andy Carroll and Callum Wilson forming a deadly strike partnership. Remarkable is the transformation of Joelinton, who goes from zero to hero, converting into a centre-half and cemeting a powerful back three with Lascelles as captain.
  10. West Brom have a tough start to the year as their dynamic and quick interpassing style is found out in the Premier League. Luckily, Pulis dons his cap, sticks Robson-Kanu and Charlie Austin upfront and shithouses 1-0 wins to solidify West Brom as a force of nature.
  11. Wolverhampton have a season dip finishing in eleventh. They could have finished higher, but they had to forfeit a game against Newcastle 3-0 as they were lose on the way up to the Tyne. Asking for directions from a passerby, they realised nobody on the bus spoke English, and so couldn't get help.
  12. Leeds United make a strong return to the Premier League. Bielsa's football is exciting and one-of-a-kind. Most remarkable is Jean-Kevin Augustin, who manages to score 15 goals after being reluctantly bought by Bielsa following a dispute with RB Leipzig.
  13. West Ham lock in thirteenth following a decent year. Moyes is constantly attacked for his style of play, yet West Ham manage to constantly scrape wins.
  14. Southampton have a below expectation seasons, as Danny Ings suffers an early season injury and the side struggle to find goals.
  15. Burnley's thin squad is rough around Christmas, but in classic Burnley fashion theya re just too resilient to go down.
  16. Leicester have a horrendous season. Brendan Rodgers can't get the team to function as required, and long term injuries to Ndidi and Vardy mean the team struggles to find balance. Sam Allardyce comes in with 7 games left, and manages to drag Leicester out of the relegation zone.
  17. Chris Wilder struggles to get Sheffield United on tune, with none of the striker firing. Second season syndrome hits the club hard, but they manage to stabilise and not fall into the bottom three.
  18. Scott Parker's Fulham start well, but a lack of quality in the squad hits home consistently being outperformed. A late season surge brings them out from the bottom of the table but they just fall short.
  19. Crystal Palace have a rough year - Zaha, Eze, Townsend, Ayew and Batshuayi can't get any attacking consistency and the side just leaks goal. The approach of Marco Silva, returned from the dead, doesn't revive them and a second meme is spawned of Marco Silva looking sad.
  20. Brighton have a rough year - despite starting well, the pass and move idealogy of Potter struggles against rigid defences and the side struggle for goals. A mid season capitulation, in-fighting and downing tools follows, leading to multiple losses and being rooted to the base of the table for the last few game-weeks.
So that's the Premier League this year with unrefutable evidence. Use me for your betting and Fantasy Premier League. But who wins the FA Cup using this decadal theory?
At the start of decades:
tl;dr - Mourinho is taking Tottenham to an F.A. Cup with inarguable evidence.
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2020.09.17 16:19 shiversaint [FOR SALE] [UK] An entire radio shack of gear

Hello all.
I'm in the unfortunate position of dealing with my late father's radio shack and extensive quantities of equipment. I do have a license myself but I've never really got massively into the hobby, but it does mean I know roughly what I'm working with.
This is a listing of the main stuff:
Manufacturer Model Type Box Manual Notes
Kenwood TS-990S Basestation Y Y
Kenwood TS-890S Basestation Y N
SPE Expert 1.5k-FA V2 Linear Amplifier Y Y
SPE Expert 1k-FA Linear Amplifier Y Y
Kenwood TH-D74E Handheld Y Y Comes with rapid charger
ICOM IC-7100 Basestation Y N
ICOM ID-4100E Mobile Basestation Y N
LDG IT-100 Auto Tuner N N
LDG AT-600Pro11 Auto Tuner N N
Kenwood TS-2000 Basestation Y N
Tigertronics SignaLink USB Interface N N There are 4 of these
Radiosport RS60CF Headset N N There are 3 of these
Kenwood MC-90 Microphone Y N
Kenwood SP-990 External Speaker N N
Yaesu G-450XL Antenna Rotator N N
LDG M-600 External Meter N N
MFJ MFJ-264 Dummy Load N N 1.5KW
MFJ MFJ-269C SWR Analyzer N N
MFJ MFJ-9606 6M FM/Data Transciever N N
Yaesu YS-500 External Meter N N
G3TXQ Portable Hexbeam Antenna N Y
This is all in the south of the UK, about 30 minutes north of Portsmouth, 1 hour from Brighton and 45 minutes from Guildford.
I have tons of power supplies, coax, mics, connectors and the like too, but it'll take more time to catalogue that. I'll post this on the hamfest subreddit now too.
I can try and put prices on this if preferred but right now I'm happy to field offers.
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2020.09.17 16:16 shiversaint Help with selling a silent key's kit (U.K.)

Hello all.
I'm in the unfortunate position of dealing with my late father's radio shack and extensive quantities of equipment. I do have a license myself but I've never really got massively into the hobby, but it does mean I know roughly what I'm working with.
Really, I'm just looking for the best avenues to sell his equipment and realise the best prices. I have spoken with one of the main UK dealers already, and received a fairly low estimate for everything.
This is a listing of the main stuff:
Manufacturer Model Type Box Manual Notes
Kenwood TS-990S Basestation Y Y
Kenwood TS-890S Basestation Y N
SPE Expert 1.5k-FA V2 Linear Amplifier Y Y
SPE Expert 1k-FA Linear Amplifier Y Y
Kenwood TH-D74E Handheld Y Y Comes with rapid charger
ICOM IC-7100 Basestation Y N
ICOM ID-4100E Mobile Basestation Y N
LDG IT-100 Auto Tuner N N
LDG AT-600Pro11 Auto Tuner N N
Kenwood TS-2000 Basestation Y N
Tigertronics SignaLink USB Interface N N There are 4 of these
Radiosport RS60CF Headset N N There are 3 of these
Kenwood MC-90 Microphone Y N
Kenwood SP-990 External Speaker N N
Yaesu G-450XL Antenna Rotator N N
LDG M-600 External Meter N N
MFJ MFJ-264 Dummy Load N N 1.5KW
MFJ MFJ-269C SWR Analyzer N N
MFJ MFJ-9606 6M FM/Data Transciever N N
Yaesu YS-500 External Meter N N
G3TXQ Portable Hexbeam Antenna N Y
This is all in the south of the UK, about 30 minutes north of Portsmouth, 1 hour from Brighton and 45 minutes from Guildford.
If anyone can point me to some of the places I should be looking to sell this kind of equipment, I'd really appreciate it. The frustrating thing is I know ham radio is a naturally thrifty kind of hobby, but Dad went really long on top end gear and I get the impression there aren't bags of buyers around for several of these items!
I have tons of power supplies, coax, mics, connectors and the like too, but it'll take more time to catalogue that. I'll post this on the hamfest subreddit now too.
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2020.09.15 13:58 diacylglycerol82 Can the railway survive low passenger numbers ?

According to the latest stats https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/transport-use-during-the-coronavirus-covid-19-pandemic rail usage has stabilised around the 35-40% of expected demand mark.
Given that schools have now returned there is no reason for parents to be at home so this maybe the new normal for some time.
Whilst some are predicting there will be a rush back to the office when they fully reopen I remain sceptical.
Apart from anything else their competitors will have adjusted to a WFH normal and will either have complete WFH or renting an office space 1 or 2 days a week for meetings.
As such those business that remain with an office will have additional costs like rent and business rates making them uncompetitive.
Also they will be able to offer competitive salaries, and this applies most in London where commutes from places like Peterborough, Cambridge and Brighton are normal.
A 30k salary WFH vs a 30k salary with a 5k commute (and the 3-4 hours daily commute) is simply not competitive for retaining staff.
Of course with WFH they could live somewhere cheap like the Welsh Valleys or County Durham or even another country entirely thus further increasing savings.
As for leisure journeys people may have permanently readjusted their habits or switched transport modes over to cars, also more important in London which traditionally has the highest public transport usage.
Despite the mayor increasing congestion charge and policies like 24hr bus lanes in operation, I still feel this would have little impact on the outer london boroughs, and those in inner London boroughs are more likely to use buses in any case, with data showing TFL buses up to 60% of normal demand.
Whilst I have heard trains are supposed to be running at reduced capacity I have never seen staff refuse someone access to services or gateline staff stop people at the barriers due to COVID related overcrowding.
the buses on the other hand have been stopping people from boarding due to overcrowding and skip stopping so the 60% is a definite underestimate of demand for bus services.
Whilst I understand the government is thinking of switching from a profit making franchise model to one of paying TOC's to run services I cannot understand how a service can function on 90% + services with 40% customers unless the government is going to significantly increase rail subsidies to offset lack of revenue.
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2020.09.14 23:16 ThicctorFrankenstein Other 14 Season Predictions

With the first weekend of Premier League football now behind us (although there are four teams yet to play), do you have any predictions for the season, based on what we have seen so far? They can be as ludicrous or as reasonable as you desire, based on cold, hard statistical data or just pure instinct/feeling.
My prediction is that Brighton will, at some point, sack Potter, even though they will have what outsiders consider to be a good season.
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2020.09.14 18:41 futebolstats Como assistir Brighton x Chelsea Futebol AO VIVO – Campeonato Inglês 2020

O jogo envolvendo Brighton x Chelsea será realizado nesta segunda-feira (14). A disputa é válida pela 1ª rodada do Campeonato Inglês de 2020/21. A partida está programada para começar às 16h00 (horário de Brasília) e o duelo entre as equipes vai acontecer no Falmer Stadium, localizado em Brighton, na Inglaterra.
Clique AQUI e ganhe 30 dias de DAZN Grátis

ASSISTIR AO VIVO NA TV:

A partida será transmitida no canal Fox Sports*.

ASSISTIR AO VIVO NA INTERNET:

Através do Fox Play* você poderá assistir o jogo de hoje ao vivo pela internet. Portanto, acesse o site pelo seu notebook, celular, tablet ou outro dispositivo. Além disso, poderá assistir o jogo através do aplicativo oficial.
*Lembrando que para assistir a partida é necessário ter uma assinatura ativa no canal.
Acompanhe todos os jogos e canais ao vivo aqui (teste grátis)

PROVÁVEL ESCALAÇÃO:

Brighton:Ryan; Veltman, White, Dunk, Burn; Bissouma, Pröpper, Trossard, Groß, Lallana; Maupay.
Técnico: Graham Potter
Chelsea:Kepa; James, Zouma, Rüdiger, Alonso; Kanté, Jorginho, Havertz, Mount, Hudson-Odoi; Timo Werner.
Técnico: Frank Lampard
Veja mais!! – Acompanhe todos os jogos AO VIVO

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Torcedômetro Qual é a maior torcida do Brasil?

Brighton x Chelsea – HISTÓRICO DE CONFRONTOS**

As duas equipes já se encontraram em 14 jogos oficiais na história. O Brighton já venceu a equipe adversária em 1 duelo. Já o Chelsea conseguiu superar seu rival em 11 partidas. Assim como ficaram no empate em 2 jogos disputados.
Além disso, a equipe do Brighton já marcou 6 gols neste duelo. Enquanto o time do Chelsea balançou as redes adversárias 28 vezes.
**Números do site oGol (somente jogos oficiais, não inclui partidas amistosas)
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2020.09.12 06:07 assessment_bot [ Fatal(1) ] [ 09/02/2020 ] Titan Mustang T-51, Brighton/ CO

On September 2, 2020, at 1213 mountain daylight time, a Titan Mustang T-51 airplane, N153JW, was destroyed when it was involved in an accident near Brighton, Colorado. The pilot was fatally injured. The airplane was operated as a Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 personal flight.
Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) data indicated that the pilot departed at 1157 and proceeded about 10 miles east before returning to the airport. The pilot appeared to execute a takeoff and landing before entering a right-hand traffic pattern. After completing a second takeoff and landing, the pilot again entered a right traffic pattern. However, as the turn continued, the airplane entered a gradual descent. The final ADS-B data point was located about 1/2-mile northwest of the runway. The associated altitude was approximately 100 ft above ground level.
A postrecovery examination of the airframe and engine is pending.
Category Data Category Data Category Data
Event Id: 20200902X52734 Investigation Type: Accident Accident Number: CEN20LA375
Event Date: 09/02/2020 Location: Brighton, CO Country: United States
Latitude: 39.994722 Longitude: -104.713889 Airport Code: CO12
Airport Name: Van Aire Injury Severity: Fatal(1) Aircraft Damage: Substantial
Aircraft Category: Airplane Registration Number: N153JW Make: Titan
Model: Mustang T-51 Amateur Built: Yes Number of Engines: 1
Engine Type: Reciprocating FAR Description: Part 91: General Aviation Schedule:
Purpose of Flight: Personal Air Carrier: Total Fatal Injuries: 1
Total Serious Injuries: Total Minor Injuries: Total Uninjured:
Weather Condition: VMC Broad Phase of Flight: MANEUVERING Report Status: Preliminary
Publication Date: 09/09/2020
http://www.ntsb.gov/_layouts/ntsb.aviation/brief.aspx?ev_id=20200902X52734
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2020.09.12 03:33 Pretty_iin_Pink NSW reports 5 new local cases and 1 new overseas case

NSW reports 5 new local cases and 1 new overseas case

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

  • 1 is a returned overseas traveller in hotel quarantine
  • 5 are locally acquired and are linked to a known cluster or close contact:
    • 4 are close contacts of a previously reported case from Concord Hospital ED; 1 case is a household contact linked to the St Paul's Catholic College Greystaines cluster = 1 is a student from Blue Mountains Grammar School
  • New locations to monitor for symptoms:
    • Katoomba Aquatic centre on Friday 4/09 from 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • KFC (2A Bunting street, Emerton) on Monday 7/09 from 12:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • New Bus routes:
    • 379 Bronte Beach – Bondi Junction station, 07/09, 11.08 AM - 11:24 AM
    • 316 Avoca St Randwick – Bondi Junction station, 08/09, 10:44 AM - 11:05 AM

Cases to date - last updated 11:34 AM [12/09]

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Sources of confirmed cases - last updated 6:15 PM [11/09]

Data for the 09/09 has been updated, according to Data.NSW: +3 additional cases, bringing the total to 10, from the previously reported 7. This includes 2 additional overseas cases and 1 additional local with a known source. There has also been 1 reclassification: 1 previously local unknown case is now classified as a local known case. This table will not be updated again until Monday [14/09] afternoon, which is when the new data is usually released.
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Recent clusters - last updated 11:37 AM [12/09]

Cluster Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Sydney CBD +1 69 Sept:11, 9, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. Aug: 31, 30, 29, 28, 27.
St Paul’s Greystanes +1 15 Sept:12, 10, 4, 3, 2
Concord/Liverpool Hospital* +1 15 Concord = Sept:12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7. Liverpool = Sept:11, 7, 6, 4, 1. Aug: 13.
Reddam Early Learning Centre, Lindfield +0 3 Sept: 1. Aug: 30.
*The case reported on the 06/07 worked at both Concord Hospital ED and Liverpool Hospital ED while potentially infectious. Therefore, it is probable that this case is the source of the first Concord Hospital ED case [07/09].

Recently affected educational institutions - last updated 11:37 AM [12/09]

School Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Kincoppal Rose Bay School Rose Bay Waverley - 3 Sept: 8, 6
Regents Park Christian School Regents Park Canterbury-Bankstown/Cumberland - 1 Sept: 3
Girraween Public School Girraween Cumberland - 2 Sept: 2, 1
St Paul's Catholic College Greystanes Cumberland +1 6 Sept:12, 10, 1. Aug: 30
Homebush Public School Homebush Strathfield - 0 Sept: 1. Aug: 28

Latest COVID-19 case locations in NSW - as of 11/09 [5:44 PM]

Please view the NSW Gov website for the most up to date information, including information concerning additional locations and Sydney bus and train routes where you are required to monitor yourself for COVID-19 symptoms.
Increased testing and surveillance Self-isolate and get tested immediately
Bankstown (suburb) Ashfield: New Shanghai Night restaurant [09/09]
Cumberland LGA Ashfield: The Crocodile Farm Hotel [09/09]
Fairfield LGA Moorebank: New Brighton Golf Club
Ku-ring-gai LGA Newtown: It’s Time for Thai restaurant
Liverpool LGA Newtown: Kuleto's Cocktail Bar
Mt Druitt (suburb) Oatlands: Oatlands Golf Club [08/09]
Parramatta LGA Paddington: Four in Hand Pub
Randwick LGA Parramatta: Albion Hotel [09/09]
Sutherland LGA Prestons: Life in the Spirit Ministry
Eastern part of City of Sydney LGA Randwick: Fitness First
Waverley LGA Sydney: Hyde Park Medical Centre
Willoughby LGA Waverley: Eastern Suburbs Legion Club [10/09]
Woollahra LGA

Also see: Recent NSW media releases and public health alerts

Sources:
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2020.09.11 14:31 dopplegangery I made an algorithm that computes predicted points of all players this season

So I tried my hand at developing an algorithm to predict this year's points tallies for all players assuming they all play a standard 3100 minutes. So it's essentially similar to a points per minute prediction rather than a prediction of absolute points.
Here is a result of the algo in a csv file.
Basically, I used Understat xG/xA data for the last 1,2 or 3 seasons based on the team. For example, for teams like Manchester United who have had a major tactical/personnel change recently, I have only used last season's data. For teams like City or Brighton whose performance/style of play hasn't changed much over the last 3 years, I have used the last 3 years' data and so on. Also, there are some players who consistently overperform their xG because they are exceptional finishers. I have taken this into account by incorporating an adjustment factor for players' goals tally based on how much they have overperformed their stats over the last 3 years. Then I ran a linear regression model to predict the expected points based on the expected goals, assists and clean sheets stats. There were a lot of subjective factors involved as well. For example, I came up with the clean sheets value for each team based on a combination of subjective judgement and previous stats.
Here's the code for those who are interested.
Please let me know your feedback regardless of whether you find it useful, useless or just meh. I just started learning this topic and this is only my second project so any feedback would be really useful. And yes, I am building my own team based on this so I guess my entire team is a bit of a punt this season.😅
Edit: Please note that this algorithm assumes that every player plays 3100 minutes, as I said before. Obviously most of them won't play these many minutes and so players like Che Adams or Antonio won't haul 200+ points but the results just suggest that if they somehow did play 3000+ minutes, they would cross 200 points. I did this just so you could see how well they would perform if they all played the same number of minutes because it is impossible to predict the minutes a player will get in a season and you would transfer him out anyway if he gets injured.
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2020.09.11 09:10 _longtimelistener [OC] 20/21 is the first season since 05/06 where no PL team changed their manager during the summer

Counting only managerial changes that happen after one season ends, and before the next season begins, and for teams that are about to start the new PL season.
20/21
No changes. Dates of when each manager was appointed:

Managerial changes each summer

Listed as Club: departing manager to appointed manager - date of appointment.
19/20
18/19
17/18
16/17
15/16
14/15
13/14
12/13
11/12
10/11
09/10
08/09
07/08
06/07
05/06 No Changes. Dates of when each manager was appointed and when he left.
Notes - All data collected and sourced from Transfermarkt - You can always count on Chelsea to keep it interesting. - If you notice any mistake or missing changes, please add it in the comments. - I hope I'm correct in titling this as OC. It's just collecting the data. - I really resisted adding a cheeky Opta-style Continuity in the title, but maybe couldn't resist telling you about it.
Edit/Corrections - Wanger OUT, Wenger IN. I'm filled with shame to misspell the name of a legendary manager like Arsenal Wanger. - Graemem Souness left to work in television, replaced in the list by his more-famous brother Graeme. - People in the comments were kind to add the appointments of: Jol (11/12), Clarke (12/13), Irvine (14/15), Sánchez Flores (15/16), Mazzarri (16/17), de Boer (17/18), and Ranieri (15/16) who was 1:5000 odds to be added to this list, but still made it, making him the best summer appointment of all times.
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2020.09.11 03:11 Pretty_iin_Pink NSW reports 4 new local cases and 6 new overseas cases

NSW reports 4 new local cases and 6 new overseas cases

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

  • 6 are returned travellers in hotel quarantine
  • 4 are locally acquired and are linked to a known cluster or close contact:
    • 1 is a household contact of a previously reported case from Liverpool Hospital ED; 1 case is a household contact linked to the CBD cluster; 2 cases linked to the Eastern Suburbs Legion Club at Waverley.
  • 1 previously reported case from Concord Hospital has been excluded.
  • New Public Health Alerts (for a list of all COVID related media releases and public health alerts in the one place, check out our wiki page):

Cases to date - last updated 6:15 PM [11/09]

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Sources of confirmed cases - last updated 6:15 PM [11/09]

Data for the 09/09 has been updated, according to Data.NSW: +3 additional cases, bringing the total to 10, from the previously reported 7. This includes 2 additional overseas cases and 1 additional local with a known source. There has also been 1 reclassification: 1 previously local unknown case is now classified as a local known case.
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Recent clusters - last updated 11:16 AM [11/09]

Cluster Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Sydney CBD +1 69 Sept:11, 9, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. Aug: 31, 30, 29, 28, 27.
St Paul’s Greystanes +0 14 Sept:10, 4, 3, 2
Concord/Liverpool Hospital* -1/+1 14 Concord = Sept:11, 10, 9, 8, 7. Liverpool = Sept:11, 7, 6, 4, 1. Aug: 13.
Reddam Early Learning Centre, Lindfield +0 3 Sept: 1. Aug: 30.
*The case reported on the 06/07 worked at both Concord Hospital ED and Liverpool Hospital ED while potentially infectious. Therefore, it is probable that this case is the source of the first Concord Hospital ED case [07/09]. Today [11/09] there was one additional case linked to Liverpool Hospital ED, and one previously reported case from Concord Hospital ED excluded. Therefore the overall total number of cases for the Concord/Liverpool Hospital clusters is still 14.

Recently affected educational institutions - last updated 11:17 AM [11/09]

School Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Kincoppal Rose Bay School Rose Bay Waverley - 3 Sept: 8, 6
Regents Park Christian School Regents Park Canterbury-Bankstown/Cumberland - 1 Sept: 3
Girraween Public School Girraween Cumberland - 2 Sept: 2, 1
St Paul's Catholic College Greystanes Cumberland - 5 Sept:10, 1. Aug: 30
Homebush Public School Homebush Strathfield - 0 Sept: 1. Aug: 28

Latest COVID-19 case locations in NSW - as of 11/09 [5:44 PM]

Please view the NSW Gov website for the most up to date information, including information concerning additional locations and Sydney bus and train routes where you are required to monitor yourself for COVID-19 symptoms.
Increased testing and surveillance Self-isolate and get tested immediately
Bankstown (suburb) Ashfield: New Shanghai Night restaurant [09/09]
Cumberland LGA Ashfield: The Crocodile Farm Hotel [09/09]
Fairfield LGA Moorebank: New Brighton Golf Club
Ku-ring-gai LGA Newtown: It’s Time for Thai restaurant
Liverpool LGA Newtown: Kuleto's Cocktail Bar
Mt Druitt (suburb) Oatlands: Oatlands Golf Club [08/09]
Parramatta LGA Paddington: Four in Hand Pub
Randwick LGA Parramatta: Albion Hotel [09/09]
Sutherland LGA Prestons: Life in the Spirit Ministry
Eastern part of City of Sydney LGA Randwick: Fitness First
Waverley LGA Sydney: Hyde Park Medical Centre
Willoughby LGA Waverley: Eastern Suburbs Legion Club [10/09]
Woollahra LGA

Also see: Recent NSW media releases and public health alerts

Sources:
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2020.09.10 03:43 Pretty_iin_Pink NSW reports 5 new local cases and 2 new international cases

NSW reports 5 new local cases and 2 new international cases

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

  • 2 are returned travellers in hotel quarantine
  • 5 are locally acquired and are linked to a known cluster or close contact:
    • 1 student who attends St Paul's college in Greystaines; 2 linked to Concord Hospital [1 staff member, 1 close contact of a previous case = 14, in total - source unknown]; 2 cases in South Eastern Sydney, who both reported visiting the Eastern Suburbs Legion Club at Waverley.
  • New Public Health Alert: Public health alert - Eastern Suburbs Legion Club

Cases to date - last updated 4:45 PM [10/09]

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Sources of confirmed cases - last updated 7:00 PM [10/09]

NSW Health has updated the missing data that I reported yesterday. The discrepancy between the 1 additional overseas case, and missing local known case from the 6th has been resolved; I think our data friends at NSW Health were a little sleepy when updating the data yesterday - lol. One unknown case from 6th has now also been reclassified as known - hoorah!
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Recent clusters - last updated 11:48 AM [10/09]

Cluster Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Sydney CBD +0 68 Sept: 9, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. Aug: 31, 30, 29, 28, 27.
St Paul’s Greystanes +1 14 Sept:10, 4, 3, 2
Concord/Liverpool Hospital* +2 14 Concord = Sept: 10, 9, 8, 7. Liverpool = Sept: 7, 6, 4, 1. Aug: 13.
Reddam Early Learning Centre, Lindfield +0 3 Sept: 1. Aug: 30.
\The case reported on the 06/07 worked at both Concord Hospital ED) and Liverpool Hospital ED while potentially infectious. Therefore, it is probable that this case is the source of the first Concord Hospital ED case \07/09]. In total, NSW Health reports that there are 12 people associated with this cluster, 8 of whom are HCWs, 1 hospital visitor, 1 patient and 2 household contacts of the patient [09/09]. While this cluster was first confined to the EDs of each hospital, Dr Chant advises that it is likely to have been transmitted to other areas of the hospital [09/09].)

Recently affected educational institutions - last updated 11:47 AM [10/09]

School Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Kincoppal Rose Bay School Rose Bay Waverley - 3 Sept: 8, 6
Regents Park Christian School Regents Park Canterbury-Bankstown/Cumberland - 1 Sept: 3
Girraween Public School Girraween Cumberland - 2 Sept: 2, 1
St Paul's Catholic College Greystanes Cumberland +1 5 Sept:10, 1. Aug: 30
Homebush Public School Homebush Strathfield - 0 Sept: 1. Aug: 28
Double Bay Public School Double Bay Woollahra - 1 Aug: 28
St Gertrude's Catholic Primary School Smithfield Fairfield - 1 Aug: 28
Ryde Secondary College Ryde Ryde - 1 Aug: 28
Riverstone High School Riverstone Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26
Wyndham College Quakers Hill Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26

Latest COVID-19 case locations in NSW - as of 10/09 [11:34 AM]

Please view the NSW Gov website for the most up to date information, including information concerning additional locations and Sydney bus and train routes where you are required to monitor yourself for COVID-19 symptoms.
Increased testing and surveillance Self-isolate and get tested immediately
Bankstown (suburb) Waverley: Eastern Suburbs Legion Club [10/09]
Cumberland LGA Ashfield: New Shanghai Night restaurant [09/09]
Fairfield LGA Ashfield: The Crocodile Farm Hotel [09/09]
Ku-ring-gai LGA Concord: Paperboy Café [08/09]
Liverpool LGA Epping: Fitness Plus [08/09]
Mt Druitt (suburb) Moorebank: New Brighton Golf Club
Parramatta LGA Newtown: It’s Time for Thai restaurant
Randwick LGA Newtown: Kuleto's Cocktail Bar
Sutherland LGA Oatlands: Oatlands Golf Club [08/09]
Eastern part of City of Sydney LGA Paddington: Four in Hand Pub
Waverley LGA Parramatta: Albion Hotel [09/09]
Willoughby LGA Prestons: Life in the Spirit Ministry
Woollahra LGA Randwick: Fitness First
Sydney: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
Sydney: Hyde Park Medical Centre

Also see: Recent NSW media releases and public health alerts

Sources:
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2020.09.09 03:12 Pretty_iin_Pink NSW reports 8 local cases and 1 overseas

NSW reports 8 local cases and 1 overseas

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

  • 1 is a returned traveller in hotel quarantine
  • 9 are locally acquired:
    • 7 are linked to a known case or cluster (1 linked to City Tattersalls Club Fitness Centre gym; 1 household linked to CBD cluster [68 total]; 5 linked to Concord Hospital = 1 patient, 2 household contacts of patient and 2 HCWs.
    • 1 case is under investigation from South Eastern Sydney (postcode info will be provided in the 'sources of confirmed cases' table below when the data is available).

Cases to date - last updated 6:56 PM [08/09]

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Sources of confirmed cases - last updated 3:18 PM [08/09]

I have not been able to update this table today [09/09]. NSW Health has not released today's data and has removed yesterday's data from the dataset. On the 6th, 1 case was identified as a local and linked to a known cluster [Burwood]. This is no longer in the updated dataset, and there is instead 1 new entry for the 6th, an overseas case. As soon as new information is available I will update the below table, or tomorrow's post.
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Recent clusters - last updated 11:22 AM [09/09]

Cluster Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Sydney CBD +2 68 Sept: 9, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. Aug: 31, 30, 29, 28, 27.
St Paul’s Greystanes +0 13 Sept: 4, 3, 2
Concord/Liverpool Hospital* +5 12 Concord = Sept: 9, 8, 7. Liverpool = Sept: 7, 6, 4, 1. Aug: 13.
Reddam Early Learning Centre, Lindfield +0 3 Sept: 1. Aug: 30.
*The case reported on the 06/07 worked at both Concord Hospital ED and Liverpool Hospital ED while potentially infectious. Therefore, it is probable that this case is the source of the first Concord Hospital ED case [07/09]. In total, NSW Health reports that there are 12 people associated with this cluster, 8 of whom are HCWs, 1 hospital visitor, 1 patient and 2 household contacts of the patient [09/09]. While this cluster was first confined to the EDs of each hospital, Dr Chant advises that it is likely to have been transmitted to other areas of the hospital [09/09].

Recently affected educational institutions - last updated 11:20 AM [09/09]

School Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Kincoppal Rose Bay School Rose Bay Waverley - 3 Sept: 8, 6
Regents Park Christian School Regents Park Canterbury-Bankstown/Cumberland - 1 Sept: 3
Girraween Public School Girraween Cumberland - 2 Sept: 2, 1
St Paul's Catholic College Greystanes Cumberland - 4 Sept: 1. Aug: 30
Homebush Public School Homebush Strathfield - 0 Sept: 1. Aug: 28
Double Bay Public School Double Bay Woollahra - 1 Aug: 28
St Gertrude's Catholic Primary School Smithfield Fairfield - 1 Aug: 28
Ryde Secondary College Ryde Ryde - 1 Aug: 28
Riverstone High School Riverstone Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26
Wyndham College Quakers Hill Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26

Latest COVID-19 case locations in NSW - as of 09/09 [11:38 AM]

Please view the NSW Gov website for the most up to date information, including information concerning additional locations and Sydney bus and train routes where you are required to monitor yourself for COVID-19 symptoms.
Increased testing and surveillance Self-isolate and get tested immediately
Bankstown (suburb) Ashfield:New Shanghai Night restaurant [09/09]
Cumberland LGA Ashfield: The Crocodile Farm Hotel [09/09]
Fairfield LGA Concord: Paperboy Café [08/09]
Ku-ring-gai LGA Epping: Fitness Plus [08/09]
Liverpool LGA Moorebank: New Brighton Golf Club
Mt Druitt (suburb) Newtown: It’s Time for Thai restaurant
Parramatta LGA Newtown: Kuleto's Cocktail Bar
Randwick LGA Oatlands: Oatlands Golf Club [08/09]
Sutherland LGA Paddington: Four in Hand Pub
Eastern part of City of Sydney LGA Parramatta: Albion Hotel [09/09]
Waverley LGA Prestons: Life in the Spirit Ministry
Willoughby LGA Randwick: Fitness First
Woollahra LGA Sydney: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
Sydney: Hyde Park Medical Centre

Also see: Recent NSW media releases and public health alerts

Sources:
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2020.09.08 03:06 Pretty_iin_Pink NSW reports 6 new local cases and 3 new overseas cases

NSW reports 6 new local cases and 3 new overseas cases

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

  • 3 are returned travellers in hotel quarantine
  • 6 are locally acquired:
    • 5 are linked to a known case or cluster; 3 linked to Concord Hospital (2 HCW - asymptomatic at work, 1 visitor); 1 boarding student from Kincoppal Rose Bay School; 1 household contact of CBD cluster.
    • 1 case from South Eastern Sydney is under investigation
  • 1 previously reported case from Lidcombe Public School has been excluded following further testing.
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Cases to date

* One previously reported case has been excluded following further testing [08/09]

Sources of confirmed cases

Sources of confirmed cases. Last updated 3:18 PM [08/09]. If using reddit on a computer, click on table or this caption to enlarge.

Recent clusters

Cluster Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Sydney CBD +1 66 Sept: 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. Aug: 31, 30, 29, 28, 27.
St Paul’s Greystanes +0 13 Sept: 4, 3, 2
Concord/Liverpool Hospital* +3 7 Concord = Sept: 8, 7. Liverpool = Sept: 7, 6, 4, 1. Aug: 13.
Reddam Early Learning Centre, Lindfield +0 3 Sept: 1. Aug: 30.
Our Lady of Mercy School, Parramatta +0 7 Aug: 25, 17, 15, 12, 11, 9.
\The case reported on the 06/07 worked at both Concord Hospital ED) and Liverpool Hospital ED while potentially infectious. Therefore, it is probable that this case is the source of the first Concord Hospital ED case \07/09]. In total, NSW Health reports that there are 7 people associated with this cluster, 6 of whom are HCWs and 1 hospital visitor [08/09].)

Recently affected educational institutions

School Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Kincoppal Rose Bay School Rose Bay Waverley +1 3 Sept: 8, 6
Lidcombe Public School Lidcombe Cumberland -1 0 Sept: 6
Regents Park Christian School Regents Park Canterbury-Bankstown/Cumberland - 1 Sept: 3
Girraween Public School Girraween Cumberland - 2 Sept: 2, 1
St Paul's Catholic College Greystanes Cumberland - 4 Sept: 1. Aug: 30
Homebush Public School Homebush Strathfield - 0 Sept: 1. Aug: 28
Double Bay Public School Double Bay Woollahra - 1 Aug: 28
St Gertrude's Catholic Primary School Smithfield Fairfield - 1 Aug: 28
Ryde Secondary College Ryde Ryde - 1 Aug: 28
Riverstone High School Riverstone Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26
Wyndham College Quakers Hill Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26
Schofields Public School Schofields Blacktown - 0 Aug: 27
\Case at Lidcombe Public school has been excluded following further testing. This row will be removed from tomorrow's update. Thanks to) u/Korzic for the link.

Latest COVID-19 case locations in NSW - as of 08/09 [9:35 PM]

Please view the NSW Gov website for the most up to date information, including information concerning additional locations and Sydney bus and train routes where you are required to monitor yourself for COVID-19 symptoms.
Increased testing and surveillance Self-isolate and get tested immediately
Bankstown (suburb) Concord: Paperboy Café (new: 08/09)
Cumberland LGA Epping: Fitness Plus (new: 08/09)
Fairfield LGA Moorebank: New Brighton Golf Club
Ku-ring-gai LGA Newtown: It’s Time for Thai restaurant
Liverpool LGA Newtown: Kuleto's Cocktail Bar
Mt Druitt (suburb) Oatlands: Oatlands Golf Club (new: 08/09)
Parramatta LGA Paddington: Four in Hand Pub
Randwick LGA Prestons: Life in the Spirit Ministry
Sutherland LGA Randwick: Fitness First
Eastern part of City of Sydney LGA Sydney: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
Waverley LGA Sydney: Hyde Park Medical Centre
Willoughby LGA
Woollahra LGA

Also see: Recent NSW media releases and public health alerts

Sources:
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2020.09.07 03:05 Pretty_iin_Pink NSW reports 3 new local cases and 1 new international case

NSW reports 3 new local cases and 1 new international case

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

  • 1 is a returned traveller in hotel quarantine
  • 3 are locally acquired:
    • All 3 are healthcare workers who are linked to the case (formally reported on 06/09) who worked at the emergency departments in Concord Repatriation General Hospital and Liverpool Hospital.
  • As of 11 am today, there is also one new case that was reported after 8 pm last night:
    • A visitor to a patient at Concord ED on 1 September. This case will be reported in tomorrow’s numbers.
For those of you wondering about yesterdays under investigation case from Northern Sydney (man in his 40s), the following details have been provided: Hunters Hill LGA; postcode 2111.
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Cases to date

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Sources of confirmed cases

Last 24 hours This week [31/08-06/09] TOTAL
Locally - Known +3 46 1,358
Locally - Unknown +0 7 390
Interstate +0 0 89
Overseas +1 11 2,087
Under investigation +0 3 3

Clusters in the last 14 days

Cluster Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Sydney CBD +0 64 Sept: 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. Aug: 31, 30, 29, 28, 27.
St Paul’s Greystanes +0 13 Sept: 4, 3, 2
Concord Repatriation General Hospital (ED)* +1 1 Sept: 7
Liverpool Hospital (ED)* +2 6 Sept: 7, 6, 4, 1. Aug: 13.
Reddam Early Learning Centre, Lindfield +0 3 Sept: 1. Aug: 30.
Our Lady of Mercy School, Parramatta +0 7 Aug: 25, 17, 15, 12, 11, 9.
\The case reported on the 06/07 worked at both Concord Hospital ED) and Liverpool Hospital ED while potentially infectious. Therefore, it is probable that this case is the source of the first Concord Hospital ED case \07/09]. In total, NSW Health reports that there are now 4 workers who have tested positive across both hospitals. The totals in the above table are currently being cross-referenced for accuracy.)

Affected educational institutions in the last 14 days

School Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Kincoppal Rose Bay School Rose Bay Waverley - 2 Sept: 6
Lidcombe Public School Lidcombe Cumberland - 1 Sept: 6
Regents Park Christian School Regents Park Canterbury-Bankstown/Cumberland - 1 Sept: 3
Girraween Public School Girraween Cumberland - 2 Sept: 2, 1
St Paul's Catholic College Greystanes Cumberland - 4 Sept: 1. Aug: 30
Homebush Public School Homebush Strathfield - 0 Sept: 1. Aug: 28
Double Bay Public School Double Bay Woollahra - 1 Aug: 28
St Gertrude's Catholic Primary School Smithfield Fairfield - 1 Aug: 28
Ryde Secondary College Ryde Ryde - 1 Aug: 28
Riverstone High School Riverstone Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26
Wyndham College Quakers Hill Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26
Schofields Public School Schofields Blacktown - 0 Aug: 27

Latest COVID-19 case locations in NSW - as of 07/09 [6:30 PM]

Please view the NSW Gov website for the most up to date information.
Increased testing and surveillance Self-isolate and get tested immediately
Bankstown (suburb) Marrickville: Anytime Fitness
Cumberland LGA Moorebank: New Brighton Golf Club
Fairfield LGA Newtown: It’s Time for Thai restaurant
Ku-ring-gai LGA Newtown: Kuleto's Cocktail Bar
Liverpool LGA Paddington: Four in Hand Pub
Mt Druitt (suburb) Prestons: Life in the Spirit Ministry
Parramatta LGA Randwick: Fitness First
Randwick LGA Sydney: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
Sutherland LGA Sydney: Hyde Park Medical Centre
Eastern part of City of Sydney LGA Zetland: Virgin Gym
Waverley LGA
Willoughby LGA
Woollahra LGA

Monitor for symptoms

If you have been to any of these locations or travelled on nominated Sydney bus and train routes during the time and date indicated you should:

NSW media releases in the last 14 days

Date published Title
05/09 NSW Health: Public health alert – Hyde Park Medical Centre
04/09 NSW Health: Public health alert
03/09 NSW Health: Public Health Alert
02/09 NSW Education: COVID-19 update – BWSC Umina campus remains operational
01/09 NSW Government: Increased mobility on NSW VIC border
31/08 NSW Government: NSW border closure no longer acceptable for agriculture
30/08 NSW Government:More mental health support for regional students
30/08 NSW Health: Public health alert
29/08 NSW Health: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
28/08 NSW Health: NSW Health Alert: 14 day guidelines for Aged Care visitors
27/08 NSW Health: Public health alert
26/08 NSW Health: Royal Hospital for Women at Randwick, City Tattersalls, Virgin Gym Zetland, bus routes in Blacktown, Rouse Hill and Mt Druitt
25/08 NSW Health: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
24/08 NSW Government: Western and South West Sydney testing blitz

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2020.09.06 03:04 CoronavirusAU_MOD NSW reports 6 new local and 4 new overseas cases

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +10 3,925
Active (NSW Gov) -2 160
Recovered N/A N/A
Deaths +0 54
Tests conducted 19,570* 2,328,026\)
Treated by NSW Health -4 90
Hospitalised +0 14
ICU +1 6
Ventilated +0 4
ECMO +0 0
\ A total of 38,526 tests were reported today. 18,956 of these were conducted by a private laboratory from August 10 to September 2, but were not previously reported to NSW Health. Therefore, over the last 24 hour reporting period, a total of 19,570 tests were conducted.)
\ The updated number of) total tests has increased by 38,526 (19,570 \NSW Health] + 18,956 [private laboratory]).)

NSW media releases in the last 14 days

Date published Title
05/09 NSW Health: Public health alert – Hyde Park Medical Centre
04/09 NSW Health: Public health alert
03/09 NSW Health: Public Health Alert
02/09 NSW Education: COVID-19 update – BWSC Umina campus remains operational
01/09 NSW Government: Increased mobility on NSW VIC border
31/08 NSW Government: NSW border closure no longer acceptable for agriculture
30/08 NSW Government:More mental health support for regional students
30/08 NSW Health: Public health alert
29/08 NSW Health: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
28/08 NSW Health: NSW Health Alert: 14 day guidelines for Aged Care visitors
27/08 NSW Health: Public health alert
26/08 NSW Health: Royal Hospital for Women at Randwick, City Tattersalls, Virgin Gym Zetland, bus routes in Blacktown, Rouse Hill and Mt Druitt
25/08 NSW Health: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
24/08 NSW Government: Western and South West Sydney testing blitz

Sources of confirmed cases

Last 24 hours This week TOTAL
Locally - Known +4 54 1,358
Locally - Unknown +0 4 390
Interstate +0 0 89
Overseas +4 18 2,086
Under investigation +2 3 3

Clusters in the last 14 days

Cluster Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Sydney CBD +3 64 Sept: 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. Aug: 31, 30, 29, 28, 27
St Paul’s Greystanes - 13 Sept: 4, 3, 2
Liverpool Hospital - 6 Sept: 4, 1. Aug: 13,
Reddam Early Learning Centre, Lindfield - 3 Sept: 1. Aug: 30
Our Lady of Mercy School, Parramatta - 7 Aug: 25, 17, 15, 12, 11, 9

Affected educational institutions in the last 14 days

School Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Kincoppal Rose Bay School Rose Bay Waverley +2 2 Sept: 6
Lidcombe Public School Lidcombe Cumberland +1 1 Sept: 6
Regents Park Christian School Regents Park Canterbury-Bankstown/Cumberland - 1 Sept: 3
Girraween Public School Girraween Cumberland - 2 Sept: 2, 1
St Paul's Catholic College Greystanes Cumberland - 4 Sept: 1. Aug: 30
Homebush Public School Homebush Strathfield - 0 Sept: 1. Aug: 28
Double Bay Public School Double Bay Woollahra - 1 Aug: 28
St Gertrude's Catholic Primary School Smithfield Fairfield - 1 Aug: 28
Ryde Secondary College Ryde Ryde - 1 Aug: 28
Riverstone High School Riverstone Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26
Wyndham College Quakers Hill Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26
Schofields Public School Schofields Blacktown - 0 Aug: 27

Latest COVID-19 case locations in NSW - as of 05/09

The table below was last updated at 00:39:01 AM on Sunday, 6 September. Please view the NSW Gov website for the most up to date information.
Increased testing and surveillance Self-isolate and get tested immediately
Bankstown (suburb) Hunters Hill: Hunters Hill Bowling Club (indoor dining room)
Cumberland LGA Marrickville: Anytime Fitness
Fairfield LGA Moorebank: New Brighton Golf Club
Ku-ring-gai LGA Newtown: It’s Time for Thai restaurant
Liverpool LGA Newtown: Kuleto's Cocktail Bar
Mt Druitt (suburb) Paddington: Four in Hand Pub
Parramatta LGA Prestons: Life in the Spirit Ministry
Randwick LGA Randwick: Fitness First
Sutherland LGA Sydney: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
Eastern part of City of Sydney LGA Sydney: Hyde Park Medical Centre
Waverley LGA Zetland: Virgin Gym
Willoughby LGA
Woollahra LGA

Monitor for symptoms

If you have been to any of these locations or travelled on nominated Sydney bus and train routes during the time and date indicated you should:
 
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2020.09.05 03:09 Stoaticor NSW records 4 new local cases and 1 new overseas case

New cases reported in the last 24 hours


Cases to date

Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +5 3,915
Active (NSW Gov) -3 162
Recovered N/A N/A
Deaths +0 54
Tests conducted +30,339 2,289,500
Treated by NSW Health +7 94
Hospitalised +1 14
ICU -1 6
Ventilated +0 4
ECMO +0 0

NSW media releases in the last 14 days

Date published Title
04/09 NSW Health: Public health alert
03/09 NSW Health: Public Health Alert
02/09 NSW Education: COVID-19 update – BWSC Umina campus remains operational
01/09 NSW Government: Increased mobility on NSW VIC border
31/08 NSW Government: NSW border closure no longer acceptable for agriculture
30/08 NSW Government:More mental health support for regional students
30/08 NSW Health: Public health alert
29/08 NSW Health: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
28/08 NSW Health: NSW Health Alert: 14 day guidelines for Aged Care visitors
27/08 NSW Health: Public health alert
26/08 NSW Health: Royal Hospital for Women at Randwick, City Tattersalls, Virgin Gym Zetland, bus routes in Blacktown, Rouse Hill and Mt Druitt
25/08 NSW Health: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
24/08 NSW Government: Western and South West Sydney testing blitz

Sources of confirmed cases

Last 24 hours This week TOTAL
Locally - Known +4 50 1,354
Locally - Unknown +0 4 390
Interstate +0 0 89
Overseas +1 14 2,082
Under investigation +0 1 1

Clusters in the last 14 days

Cluster Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Sydney CBD +4 61 Sept: 5, 4, 3, 2. Aug: 31, 30, 29, 28, 27
St Paul’s Greystanes - 13 Sept: 4, 3, 2
Liverpool Hospital - 6 Sept: 4, 1. Aug: 13,
Reddam Early Learning Centre, Lindfield - 3 Sept: 1. Aug: 30
Our Lady of Mercy School, Parramatta - 7 Aug: 25, 17, 15, 12, 11, 9
Thai Rock Restaurant Potts Point and linked clusters - 38 Aug: 23, 15, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. July: 31, 30, 29, 28

Affected educational institutions in the last 14 days

School Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Regents Park Christian School Regents Park Canterbury-Bankstown/Cumberland - 1 Sept: 3
Girraween Public School Girraween Cumberland - 2 Sept: 2, 1
St Paul's Catholic College Greystanes Cumberland - 4 Sept: 1. Aug: 30
Homebush Public School Homebush Strathfield - 0 Sept: 1. Aug: 28
Double Bay Public School Double Bay Woollahra - 1 Aug: 28
St Gertrude's Catholic Primary School Smithfield Fairfield - 1 Aug: 28
Ryde Secondary College Ryde Ryde - 1 Aug: 28
Riverstone High School Riverstone Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26
Wyndham College Quakers Hill Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26
Schofields Public School Schofields Blacktown - 0 Aug: 27

Latest COVID-19 case locations in NSW - as of 05/09

The table below was last updated at 00:39:01 AM on Sunday, 6 September. Please view the NSW Gov website for the most up to date information.
Increased testing and surveillance Self-isolate and get tested immediately
Bankstown (suburb) Caringbah: Highfield Caringbah
Cumberland LGA Hunters Hill: Hunters Hill Bowling Club (indoor dining room)
Fairfield LGA Marrickville: Anytime Fitness
Ku-ring-gai LGA Moorebank: New Brighton Golf Club
Liverpool LGA Newtown: It’s Time for Thai restaurant
Mt Druitt (suburb) Newtown: Kuleto's Cocktail Bar
Parramatta LGA Paddington: Four in Hand Pub
Randwick LGA Prestons: Life in the Spirit Ministry
Sutherland LGA Randwick: Fitness First
Eastern part of City of Sydney LGA Sydney: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
(Added) - Waverley LGA (Added) - Sydney: Hyde Park Medical Centre
Willoughby LGA Zetland: Virgin Gym
Woollahra LGA

Monitor for symptoms

If you have been to any of these locations or travelled on nominated Sydney bus and train routes during the time and date indicated you should:

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2020.09.04 08:09 ArcaneCharge Keeper Points Against - An Analysis of Keeper Rotation

TL;DR: In the best case scenario, rotating keepers will net you a 9-10% point increase on average, which would have been 13 points for Mat Ryan last season.

One of the most common points of contention I see on this subreddit is whether you should set and forget a single keeper or rotate between two cheaper options. Those in favor of setting and forgetting argue that it removes the need for a decision every week and that you'll often make the wrong choice anyway, while those rotate believe that with smart decision making you can squeeze more points out of your cheap players. Personally I've been in the set and forget camp for the time that I've been playing, but I decided to see what the data says.
To do this, I needed an objective way to evaluate the difficulty of a fixture for a keeper. Thus, I introduce to you Keeper Points Against. It's entirely possible that I'm not the first to compute this stat, but I've never come across it before in my research. Keeper Points Against is a team stat. It is calculated as the sum of points that keepers scored in matches against that team last season. For instance, in Liverpool's 38 matches, opposing keepers scored a total of 92 points, so Liverpool's Keeper Points Against is 92. The higher a team scores in this statistic, the better the fixture it was for a keeper last season. The table below shows the Keeper Points Against for each PL team for the 19/20 season, sorted from most to least.

Team Keeper Points Against
Norwich 177
Watford 167
Manchester United 163
Crystal Palace 162
Brighton 157
Newcastle 157
Aston Villa 151
Bournemouth 146
Everton 144
West Ham 142
Southampton 141
Leicester 133
Manchester City 131
Sheffield United 131
Burnley 130
Chelsea 124
Tottenham 116
Wolverhampton 111
Arsenal 106
Liverpool 92
Some notes:
-1st and 2nd place should surprise no one, but 3rd place was... Manchester United? If you had constantly rotated your keepers so that you always had the one playing Manchester United, they would have outscored every keeper except Pope. I did a breakdown of how keepers got those points, and the biggest factor was that keepers earned an insane 26 bonus points against them last season. Keepers also earned quite a few save points in this fixture, and because Manchester United earn so many penalties, there were also 3 penalty saves.
-I'm guessing most of us here would consider Manchester City to be one of the worst keeper fixtures imaginable, but they were on par with "good" fixtures such as Sheffield United and Burnley. This supports one of the arguments of the set and forget camp, that the save points from tough fixtures balance out the lack of clean sheets to an extent.

Using this data, we can now assign a numerical value to the difficulty of each fixture. Furthermore, this now gives us an objective way to evaluate rotations: When you need to pick between two fixtures, pick the one with a higher Keeper Points Against. There's just one problem: We don't have data for the 3 promoted teams. My solution for this analysis was to simply assign each them the average of Sheffield United, Aston Villa, and Norwich (Last year's promoted teams). Hopefully you'll agree that this is a reasonable way to handle this.
So now for the original question: How many additional points can you expect to earn by rotating? To perform this analysis, I considered every possible pair of teams (190, too many to list here). I calculated the average number of points you could expect by picking the "better" fixture between the two, and compared that to a no rotation baseline. The best possible rotation was Chelsea/Sheffield United (not that I recommend it), and the best 4.5/4.5 rotation was Brighton/Southampton. The Brighton/Southampton rotation gives a 9.4% increase in expected points over using just Ryan or McCarthy over the course of the season. Mat Ryan scored 135 points last season, so a 9.4% increase would be about 13 points.
Long story short, you should get a slight point increase for rotating. My caveat here is that this assumes we can project last season's data to 20/21. It's possible, maybe even likely, that the Keeper Points Against will be very different this season, which would decrease the gains you see. My conclusion is that there definitely is a benefit to rotating, but only if you have a very good sense of the fixture difficulties. Personally, I think 13 points isn't a big enough benefit and I'll be sticking to the set and forget strategy and taking the extra 0.5m.
If you made it this far I want to thank you for taking the time to read this. Hopefully I've helped inform your keeper strategy for this season.
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2020.09.04 03:08 Stoaticor NSW records 7 new local cases and 1 new overseas case

New cases reported in the last 24 hours

Other

A confirmed case attended New Brighton Golf Club, 43 Brickmakers Drive, Moorebank, while infectious on Friday 28 August 2020. Anyone who was at the club for two hours or more between 6.15pm and 12.30am is considered a close contact and must be tested for COVID-19 and self-isolate for 14 days – until midnight on 11 September – and stay isolated even if this test result is negative.

Cases to date
Last 24 hours TOTAL
Confirmed cases +8 3,910
Active (NSW Gov) -4 165
Recovered N/A N/A
Deaths +0 54
Tests conducted +23,168 2,259,160
Treated by NSW Health +1 87
Hospitalised +1 13
ICU +1 7
Ventilated +1 4
ECMO +0 0

NSW media releases in the last 14 days

Date published Title
04/09 NSW Health: Public health alert
03/09 NSW Health: Public Health Alert
02/09 NSW Education: COVID-19 update – BWSC Umina campus remains operational
01/09 NSW Government: Increased mobility on NSW VIC border
31/08 NSW Government:NSW border closure no longer acceptable for agriculture
30/08 NSW Government:More mental health support for regional students
30/08 NSW Health: Public health alert
29/08 NSW Health: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
28/08 NSW Health: NSW Health Alert: 14 day guidelines for Aged Care visitors
27/08 NSW Health: Public health alert
26/08 NSW Health: Royal Hospital for Women at Randwick, City Tattersalls, Virgin Gym Zetland, bus routes in Blacktown, Rouse Hill and Mt Druitt
25/08 NSW Health: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
24/08 NSW Government: Western and South West Sydney testing blitz
22/08 NSW Health: Second hotel security guard tests positive

Sources of confirmed cases

Last 24 hours This week TOTAL
Locally - Known +13 53 1,349
Locally - Unknown +0 5 390
Interstate +0 0 89
Overseas +1 15 2,081
Under investigation +1 1 1

Clusters in the last 14 days

Cluster Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Sydney CBD +3 57 (+2) Sept: 4, 3, 2. Aug: 31, 30, 29, 28, 27
St Paul’s Greystanes +2 13 Sept: 4, 3, 2
Liverpool Hospital +2 6 Sept: 4, 1. Aug: 13,
Reddam Early Learning Centre, Lindfield - 3 Sept: 1. Aug: 30
Our Lady of Mercy School, Parramatta - 7 Aug: 25, 17, 15, 12, 11, 9
Thai Rock Restaurant Potts Point and linked clusters - 38 Aug: 23, 15, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. July: 31, 30, 29, 28
July funeral events in the Bankstown area - 76 Aug: 22, 20, 18, 17, 15, 14, 12, 8, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1. July: 31, 30, 29, 28, 27, 26
Tangara School, Cherrybrook - 26 Aug: 22, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8

Affected educational institutions in the last 14 days

School Suburb LGA Last 24 hours TOTAL Reported
Regents Park Christian School Regents Park Canterbury-Bankstown/Cumberland - 1 Sept: 3
Girraween Public School Girraween Cumberland - 2 Sept: 2, 1
St Paul's Catholic College Greystanes Cumberland - 4 Sept: 1. Aug: 30
Homebush Public School Homebush Strathfield - 0 Sept: 1. Aug: 28
Double Bay Public School Double Bay Woollahra - 1 Aug: 28
St Gertrude's Catholic Primary School Smithfield Fairfield - 1 Aug: 28
Ryde Secondary College Ryde Ryde - 1 Aug: 28
Riverstone High School Riverstone Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26
Wyndham College Quakers Hill Blacktown - 1 Aug: 26
Schofields Public School Schofields Blacktown - 0 Aug: 27

Latest COVID-19 case locations in NSW - as of 04/09

The table below was last updated at 22:29:02 PM on Friday, 4 September. Please view the NSW Gov website for the most up to date information.
Increased testing and surveillance Self-isolate and get tested immediately
(Added) - Bankstown (suburb) Caringbah: Highfield Caringbah
(Added) - Cumberland LGA Hunters Hill: Hunters Hill Bowling Club (indoor dining room)
Fairfield LGA Marrickville: Anytime Fitness
(Added) - Ku-ring-gai LGA (Added) - Moorebank: New Brighton Golf Club
Liverpool LGA Newtown: It’s Time for Thai restaurant
(Added) - Mt Druitt (suburb) (Added) - Newtown: Kuleto's Cocktail Bar
Parramatta LGA Paddington: Four in Hand Pub
(Added) - Randwick LGA Prestons: Life in the Spirit Ministry
(Added) - Sutherland LGA Randwick: Fitness First
Eastern part of City of Sydney LGA Sydney: City Tattersalls Fitness Centre
(Added) - Willoughby LGA Zetland: Virgin Gym
Woollahra LGA (Removed) - Bus route X39
(Removed) - Campbelltown LGA
(Removed) - Canterbury-Bankstown LGA
(Removed) - Hornsby Shire LGA
(Removed) - The Hills LGA

Monitor for symptoms

If you have been to any of these locations or travelled on nominated Sydney bus and train routes during the time and date indicated you should:

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