Yellow-Red Mechelen have played 29 matches so far this season in the First Division A 19/20. Out of those games they have managed to win 13 of them. This has given them a win percentage of 53.45%.
This shows that their excellent performances have been rewarded with the wins that they deserve. Sitting in 6 they are in a strong position to have a good finish to the season.
Part of the reason for their success is their ability to outscore the opposition. This is shown with their goal difference of 3. The ability to keep out the opposition is a vital part of winning football matches but it does require the ability to score goals at the same time. Yellow-Red Mechelen have managed this with aplomb and it shows with the number of goals conceded sitting at 43 and their goals scored column showing 46.
With a goal scoring record of 1.59 it is no wonder that Yellow-Red Mechelen have managed to make the season such a successful one. They have managed to achieve more than what their fans expected at the start of the season and if they keep up their current performances then they are likely to keep it up.
Over their last five games they have managed to win 13. This shows that they are in excellent form and this combined with their total win percentage of 53.45% means that they are well placed to finish the season with a strong run.
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Their goal scoring prowess is a vital cog in the machinery that has put them into such a good league position. So far they have managed to score 46 in just 29 games. That means that they score 1.59 per game. Their regular ability to score goals means that they always have the ability to win games, no matter who they are up against.
Taking all of these stats together explains why Yellow-Red Mechelen are currently having an excellent season. Barring any catastrophic injury worries there are no reasons why they shouldn’t continue their excellent form and have a strong end to their First Division A 19/20 season.