Simba command run as 421 goals netted

WITH four games to go before the end of the 2022/23 Premier League season, 421 goals have been netted in 416 fixtures with Simba commanding the score sheet with 62 goals.

The Msimbazi Street Reds continue to show their brilliance in marksmanship no wonder they command the race and are likely going to end the season with the biggest number of goals.

On second place are Young Africans with 50 goals while Azam have accumulated 41 goals meaning that the three top teams with massive investment have contributed 153 goals from the current tally of 421 goals.

Singida Big Stars and Geita Gold are also on the list as the two teams have each netted 32 goals to complete the top five of teams with more goals at the end of the 26th round.

However, in terms of teams with most away wins, Yanga are leading as they have won 10 matches from 12 away  encounters followed by Simba who from 14 away trips, they have secured 9 victories.

On third slot are Singida Big Stars who who have won 5 times from 13 away assignments while Azam have just won 4 away encounters from 13 engagements similar to Geita Gold.

For Namungo, they have picked 4 wins outside Majaliwa Stadium in Lindi from 14 away duels which have seen them either losing or recording draws.

Likewise, the three top teams in the country;Yanga, Simba and Azam have done well by registering most home wins.

Yanga have seized the show after stamping 12 wins in 14 home played fixtures meaning that they have failed to shine in two of their home clashes.

Azam are second with 11 victories in 13 home games while Simba accupy third place courtesy of 10 wins in 12 fixtures and Singida Big Stars have hauled 10 home success in 13 duels.

In terms of top five teams with least  conceded goals, Yanga are again on top after conceding 13 goals followed by Simba with 14 goals while Singida Big Stars have let past 20 goals.

Azam are fourth as they have conceded 26 goals whereas Ihefu scoop fifth slot for conceding 28 goals so far in the league.

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